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(grān'jĕr),
Amedee, U.S. radiologist, 1879-1939. See: Granger line, Granger projection.
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His Excellency, President David Arthur Granger, will be returning to Guyana, having completed the second round of medical treatment and evaluation at the Centro de Investigaciones Mdicas Quirrgicas (CIMEQ) in Havana.
Matt first started going to the Grangers club with his nan, Patricia Tippetts, when he was just 11, and began actively volunteering at age 14.
Barry Granger, 62, suffered a severe leg injury, eight broken ribs and internal bleeding after he tried to prevent the thugs from escaping.
For all other types of products you need to hand wash in warm water using a non bio-degradable powder or detergent (like Grangers Extreme X Cleaner), you can not bleach, tumble dry, dry clean or iron your wet weather gear.
Jack Osborne, alias Zach Granger, alias Mack Greene, manages to pull it off with a maturity that belies his years.
Teams Gaynors Grangers - 106 Cathays Cons Bulldogs - 104 Gabalfa Top Guns - 103 Grange Stars - 96 The Deserters - 93 The Harses - 89 Happy Rollers - 88 Gail's Honeys - 86 Philly Stars - 85 Kelly's Boys - 85 Grange Stars Dazzlers - 85 Ironites - 85
* Farley Granger, the 75-year-old American film star of "Rope" and "Strangers on a Train," has departed the imminent West End bow of Noel Coward's "Semi-Monde." (An interview in the March 7-14 edition of Time Out spoke of Granger's difficulty learning his lines.) 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." And who are these "handicapped" children?
AFTER 25 years the Grangers Club, a social club for people with learning disabilities aged 14 years upwards, has moved from Ernsford Grange Community College, Princethorpe Way, Coventry.
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.
A friend is also collecting information on Mr and Mrs Granger, well-known (like Miss Botley) for their attendance at BAA meetings in the 1950s, '60s and '70s.