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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.
Mr Greig's son, also called David, said: "My father would not have wanted to be regarded as just another murdered farmer.
JOHN GREIG has laid a wreath at Billy McNeill's statue at Celtic Park in tribute to his former Old Firm opponent.
Greig as interim president and chief executive officer, effective November 26, 2018.
The firm has appointed Paul G Greig to the position.
Opus Bank announced that Paul Greig, who has served as chairman of the Opus Bank Board of Directors since January 2018, has been appointed interim president and CEO, effective November 26, 2018.
Ross Greig, 32, ended up shouting abuse and brawling with officers after he lost the plot on a night out in the town.
GEORDIE Greig will be the new editor of the Daily Mail, DMGT chairman Lord Rothermere has announced.
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. Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2014.