Grene


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a.1.Green.
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When he came to grene wode, In a mery mornynge, There he herde the notes small Of byrdes mery syngynge.
Liverpool & District Sunday League Premier Division outfit Seymour FC prior to last weekend's 3-1 FA Sunday Cup triumph against Chapeltown Fforde Grene.
The Solvatten grene technology is unique in the market, and can provide a significantly needed technology to these sectors.
WICHITA -- Grene Vision Group and Meineke Car Care Centers have galvanized Wichita Festivals' Celebrations for a Cause campaign, donating 1,000 Riverfest buttons each and challenging the community to welcome those served by local charities to Riverfest.
I kept my eye on the stray successful female philosophers of my acquaintance with children, like Marjorie Grene, but on the poetic side I was worried by the childlessness of Marianne Moore, Edith Sitwell, Edna St.
David Grene (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987).
28) Green curtains were apparently not unknown from very early in the history of the English stage: in documents relating to a 1530-31 lawsuit between John Rastell and Henry Walton concerning theatrical costumes and other properties belonging to Rastell there are references to "ij cur tens of grene & yelowe sarcenet" and "ij curtayns of grene & yelow sarcenett" (Dillon 59, 64).
Critical of the master-narrative of nationalistic dramaturgy, this play focuses on those who "do not fit with the way we want to imagine our history" (Nicholas Grene, "Out of History": from The Steward of Christendom to Annie Dunne.
William Grene, who writes a parallel narrative, must determine the fate of all the patients.
Wheper hade he no helme ne hawbergh nauper, Ne no pysan ne no plate pat pented to armes, Ne no schafte ne no schelde to schwue ne to smyte, Bot in his on honde he hade a holyn bobbe, bat is grattest in grene when greuez ar bare.