Grantham


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Grantham

(ˈɡrænθəm)
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(Placename) a town in E England, in Lincolnshire: birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton and Margaret Thatcher. Pop: 34 592 (2001)
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It happening that nobody did, he remarked with a mysterious air that he had heard a medical gentleman as went down to Grantham last week, say how that snuff-taking was bad for the eyes; but for his part he had never found it so, and what he said was, that everybody should speak as they found.
Twenty miles further on, two of the front outside passengers, wisely availing themselves of their arrival at one of the best inns in England, turned in, for the night, at the George at Grantham.
They were little more than a stage out of Grantham, or about halfway between it and Newark, when Nicholas, who had been asleep for a short time, was suddenly roused by a violent jerk which nearly threw him from his seat.
I go to Grantham," said the Corn Engrosser, "but I shall lodge tonight at Newark, if I can get so far upon my way.
BBC bosses admitted hours before the event started that Grantham, 57, would not be facing shocked fans and colleagues.
After a bright opening quarter of an hour County allowed their Lincolnshire visitors Grantham a two goal lead through strikes by Stuart Wilson and Peter Sutton after 16 and 22 minutes and it looked like game over for the under-achieving home side.
Both were remanded in custody on Saturday at Grantham Magistrates' Court.
I knew we found home,'' said Fay Grantham, when she and her husband, LeRoy, discovered the Fallbrook Avenue church 41 years ago.
The Future of Work: The Promise of the New Digital Work Society by Charles Grantham.
Grantham also serves as chairman of the Polycystic Kidney Research Foundation in Kansas City.
Grantham University, specializing in educating working adults, today announced it received a Cornerstone Award from the Economic Development Corporation of Kansas City in recognition of its recent business expansion.
Jeremy Grantham, who called the market tops before the dot-com and housing bubbles burst, wants investors to know he hasn't abandoned his bearish ways even though he appears more optimistic these days.