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grice

(ˈɡraɪs)
vb
(Trainspotting) (intr) (of a railway enthusiast) to collect objects or visit places connected with trains and railways
n
(Trainspotting) an object collected or place visited by a railway enthusiast
[C20: origin obscure]
ˈgricer n
ˈgricing n
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Among my headings under this one twelve months I find an account of the adventure of the Paradol Chamber, of the Amateur Mendicant Society, who held a luxurious club in the lower vault of a furniture warehouse, of the facts connected with the loss of the British barque "Sophy Anderson", of the singular adventures of the Grice Patersons in the island of Uffa, and finally of the Camberwell poisoning case.
Det Con Ian Grice from BTP said: "Whoever's been responsible for this has been quite well organised and they've had a good knowledge of railway infrastructure and railway line removal.
Mr Grice said: "There was considerable recruitment in South Wales, but we weren't starting from scratch as we always had a considerable presence on this site where the economic surveys were traditional done.
Peter Cooke prosecuting said Grice was in the store with his father when he said he wanted to go and buy some cheese and he then sought out the schoolgirl, who was with her parents and seven-year-old brother.
All three were found not guilty but all three were bound over for 12 months - Dean Grice and Anthony Grice in the sum of pounds 500 and Nicholas Grice in the sum of pounds 150.
Kerri Grice, aged 24, from Leamington, won the regional heat in the advanced class and Selina Mayo, also 24, from Stratford, was second.
Mr Grice said the court would hear from a number of witnesses, including a woman who said Ubbey drove in an "intimidating way at her.
Grice and other detectives have had to sift through the images one by one.
Grice served as the medical director of clinical excellence and integration for Group Health's multispecialty group practice, overseeing quality, safety, and service programs.
Mr Irons delivered the news at noon on the day of the murders, bringing his new manager Richard Grice with him to the pub.
Grice says, alkanones occur naturally in different types of organisms, but not with these particular chain lengths; these are very much shorter, with different carbon distributions.
Grice bogied the first hole when they resumed, leaving just Meadow and Karlin Beck for the one remaining spot.