Grenfell


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Grenfell

(ˈɡrɛnfəl)
n
(Biography) Joyce, real name Joyce Irene Phipps. 1910–79, British comedy actress and writer

Gren•fell

(ˈgrɛn fɛl)

n.
Sir Wilfred Thomason, 1865–1940, English physician and medical missionary in Labrador.
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PETER Grenfell has been serving the communities of Ashington, Bedlington, Blyth and the surrounding area for more than 35 years.
Now the memory of Gary, known to friends at Redcar's Grenfell Club for adults and children with learning and physical disabilities as "Big G" due to his height and equally "big personality", is being kept alive with a special Tardis tribute bench in the garden of the club.
The Daily Record revealed last week that Grenfell, who was jailed for 17 years for the killing, has written letters to a female pal saying he should never have been convicted of murder.
By legal pluralism, Grenfell means the traditional customary law of community institutions and leaders that operates alongside of state legal structures and prevents the state from having a monopoly on law.
Incidentally, these were volunteers led by the injured Captain Francis Grenfell of the 9th Lancers who also gained a VC in the action.
During the trial, the jury heard evidence from his colleague Susan Grenfell who told the court she works as a care officer for the local authority and had done two shifts at Maesglas as part of that role - one on the day of the alleged offence and one the day before.
Crowds of well-wishers loudly cheered as Gen Sir David Richards, Chief of the Defence Staff, pinned the honour to the chest of retired Cdr Eddie Grenfell.
Grateful thanks also to John Grenfell and staff at John Grenfell & Son for help with the funeral arrangements.
At the core of Swing Thing is a lengthy musical bond between Palmer and trombonist Kevin Grenfell.
In the case of Newfoundland and Labrador, the links between medicine, missionary work, autobiographical and other published writings, and travel and adventure literature are historically inextricable owing to the legacy and legend of Wilfred Grenfell.
Grenfell was one of the brightest stars of the entertainment industry from the 1940s to the 1960s.