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Grierson

(ˈɡrɪəsən)
n
(Biography) John. 1898–1972, Scottish film director. He coined the noun documentary, of which genre his Industrial Britain (1931) and Song of Ceylon (1934) are notable examples
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If you had been a week later at Lisbon, last spring, Frederick, you would have been asked to give a passage to Lady Mary Grierson and her daughters.
This is the third year Simpson Grierson has been recognised at the YWCA Equal Pay Awards, winning silver in 2014, and gold in 2016.
Grierson greeted them with a stare, followed by a grin forming on his square-jawed face.
Douglas Robert Grierson, 69, of Palace Avenue, who had been a clerk most of his working life, died at Glan Clwyd Hospital on December 31 last year.
Julie Grierson, 46, sexually abused two girls, leaving one suffering from depression.
Sandy Grierson looks perfectly hungover throughout.
Other top-10 finishes went to Seth Leech (four), Alastair Henderson (two), Jacob Grierson (three) and Luke Clegg (five).
After confirming the signing of mid-court recruits Brie Grierson, Jaydene Robinson and Claudia Heath it is clear Northumbria are in no mood to relinquish their reputation as a hotbed for players with potential.
After confirming the signing of mid-court recruits Brie Grierson, Jaydene Robinson and Claudia Heath, it is clear Northumbria are in no mood to relinquish their reputation as a hotbed for players with potential.
The Win with Wellness Fit Club program is led by Kathy Grierson, PA-C, Ludington Hospital community programs coordinator and Leona Ashley, the hospitals community health educator.
They include: W Close, W Riley, W Standon, B Parkes, B Broughton, G Allport, Stone, L Whittle, B Townsend, Brown, B Brockleband, B Edwards, J Greenwood, B Tate, John Crocker, Sanderson, B Wells, K Smeaton, Mr Grierson, R Pape, Derek Stratton and Poad.