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Vox populi
adjective Referring to an older person, usually at or near the age of retirement.

Turner,

George Grey, English surgeon, 1877-1951.
Grey Turner sign - local areas of discoloration about the umbilicus and in the region of the loins, in acute hemorrhagic pancreatitis and other causes of retroperitoneal hemorrhage.

grey

A colour said to be achromatic or without hue. It varies in magnitude from white to black. Note: also spelt gray.
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Editor's note: Built in 1926, Zane Grey Pueblo has 16 guest rooms.
He said yesterday: "It took a long time for the penny to drop with Zane grey, but he came good at Wexford where the fast ground possibly helped.
He was a Rube in that, unlike most of the American baseball novelists, Zane Grey was a gifted ballplayer, amateur, college, and semi-pro.
Located in Southern Oregon's Siskiyou Mountains, the Rogue inspired legendary Western author Zane Grey to write novels, including "Rogue River Feud" and "Riders of the Purple Sage" and to live on its banks in a cabin that remains standing to this day.
Dramatically narrated by Grover Gardner, Tales From The Old West features short stories from renowned and enduringly popular western writers Louis L'Amour, Zane Grey, and Max Brand, all of which are flawless and expertly recorded in the studios of Blackstone Audio.
Pauly (Professor of English, University of Delaware) fans of Zane Grey will learn that he was a disappointed aspirant to major league baseball, an unhappy dentist, and took up writing at the age of thirty.
Zane Grey and Wallace Stegner found inspiration in the soaring sandstone cliffs, as did artist Maynard Dixon.
Thanks, too, for the excellent writing of Jimmy Robinson and Zane Grey and Nash Buckingham and Erle Stanley Gardner and Elmer Keith and Russell Annabel and Havilah Babcock and Dave Harbour and John Madson and Lee Wulff and Gene Hill and Grits Gresham and Thomas McIntyre and Jack Denton Scott and Rick Bass and Tom McGuane and Dwight Schuh and other talented, inspiring hunters/authors who were a crucial part of the publication's rich history.
Gowdy, Ernest Hemingway, Zane Grey, Michael and Helen Lerner, Ted
The Punchestown seventh, the Henry de Bromhead-trained Zane Grey, reappears in the Mount Leinster Maiden Hurdle (1.
The governor also toured the Zane Grey Museum in Lackawaxen, the Masker Museum and the Pickerel Point Campground.
His abilities for the novel's strong characterization he attributes to a life long admiration for Dickens as well as for the Westerns of Zane Grey, Louis L'Amour and Max Brand which he has continually kept his nose in over the years.