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Greig

(greg),
David M., Scottish physician, 1864-1936. See: Greig syndrome.
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And so, once more, John fell to work discounting the delightful future: his first appearance in the family pew; his first visit to his uncle Greig, who thought himself so great a financier, and on whose purblind Edinburgh eyes John was to let in the dazzling daylight of the West; and the details in general of that unrivalled transformation scene, in which he was to display to all Edinburgh a portly and successful gentleman in the shoes of the derided fugitive.
Belgium-based Ablynx has named Dr Russell Greig as its new chairman of the board of directors, it was reported yesterday.
The school invited students with their parents and carers to the annual ceremony along with Greig Trout, a double cancer survivor and the founder of website 101 Things To Do When You Survive.
ATHLETIC pals have raised PS3,000 for charity in memory of Gavin Greig.
Greig examines the immediate postwar years, which he dubs a "new age" because of its focus on children as Canada's best "hope" for the future (ix).
By Jason Reimer Greig (Georgetown University Press, 2015)
NORTHSTAR Ventures director Alasdair Greig has been named among three of the UK's best investors in the technology sphere.
Christopher Greig, Ontario Boys: Masculinity and the Idea of Boyhood in Postwar Ontario (Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press 2014)
Wallace herself should take credit for redressing the critical invisibility David Greig suffered in the first part of his career, which began in the early 1990s but, as she observes, was probably obscured by the pervasiveness of the In-Yer-Face label.
Jim Murphy has written to David Cameron asking for Old Firm heroes John Greig and Billy McNeill to be put forward for knighthoods.
Australian Mel Greig, who flew to the UK for Jacintha Saldanha's inquest, wept as she told her 46-year-old husband and two children: "I'm truly sorry, I have wanted to say that for so long.