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Gran·ger

(grān'jĕr),
Amedee, U.S. radiologist, 1879-1939. See: Granger line, Granger projection.
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Police revealed it was the third time the Grangers had fallen victim to raiders.
Musto uses both HPX and MPX fabrics and these products can be washed in a washing machine at 40[degrees]C using a non biodegradable powder (like the Grangers Extreme X Cleaner)--Do not bleach, dry clean, iron or use a fabric softener.
In the years prior to the Civil War in Creek Crossing, Pennsylvania, the Grangers having lost their farm to a flood and have taken refuge with Uncle Jacob, a pious but harsh man.
Actor-cabaret performer Stefan Bednarczyk -- some 35 years or so Grangers junior -- has joined the east of 29 to take on the role.
Grangers of the world to the punch in telling their daughters the facts of life.
Eleven years after passage of PL 94-142," the Grangers write, "nearly 80 percent of children in Special Ed are there not because of identified physical problems, but because of someone's feeling--a teacher's, a school social worker's, a psychologist's--that the child didn't act like other kids.
Kay Granger, R-Fort Worth, said Monday she'll introduce legislation to create a federal grant program for schools interested in installing metal detectors after the Feb.