Gregg


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Gregg

(grɛg)

n.
John Robert, 1864–1948, U.S. educator: inventor of a system of shorthand.
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Among these were a couple of cyclists, a jobbing gardener I employed sometimes, a girl carrying a baby, Gregg the butcher and his little boy, and two or three loafers and golf caddies who were accustomed to hang about the railway station.
SIR ALEX FERGUSON called it right when he hailed Manchester United icon Harry Gregg as "beyond legendary" and "a most reluctant hero" back in 2012.
29, 1925, in Herrin, to William and Mary (Dillow) Gregg.
When Cindy Lighturn - nee Maule - left her home in Ireland to attend The Gregg High School for Girls in Newcastle upon Tyne, she was unaware the school's founder was born and actually started his education just a few short miles from where she grew up.
The man, now in his 60s, was just 14 when he says Colin Gregg sexually assaulted him in a series of alleged attacks.
Liam Gregg, aged 29, who is from Coventry but of no fixed address, admitted burgling the 67-year-old's home and was jailed for two-and-a-half years.
GREGG Wallace's mum yesterday spoke out in passionate defence of her son and insisted: "He's not a thug.
Judd Gregg, who in recent months has excoriated government overspending in general, was hailed as something of a conquering hero in Littleton last month--for all the federal largesse the town has received thanks to Gregg's long tenure in Congress.
Texarkana businessman Gregg Orr is suing his two cousins, who were his partners in the dealership, for allegedly looking through his business records and outbidding him to land another dealership.
When the Angels took over 34 minutes to complete a 10-run second inning, Colon was replaced by Kevin Gregg to limit further elbow damage.
This is the job of my life," says Gregg Kaminsky, who cofounded R Family Vacations with Kelli O'Donnell.
Gregg Dickson, director of document and content management for Wells Real Estate Funds, has been selected by U.