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Gris

 (grēs), Juan Originally José Victoriano Gonzáles. 1887-1927.
Spanish painter who adopted and further developed cubism. His works include Homage to Picasso (1912).

Gris

(Spanish ɡris)
n
(Biography) Juan (xwan). 1887–1927, Spanish cubist painter, resident in France from 1906

Gris

(gris)

n.
Juan (José Vittoriano Gonzáles), 1887–1927, Spanish painter in France.
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This consists of a simple gros de laine, trimmed with ashes of roses, with overskirt of scare bleu ventre saint gris, cut bias on the off-side, with facings of petit polonaise and narrow insertions of pa^te de foie gras backstitched to the mise en sce`ne in the form of a jeu d'esprit.
I tell you that, in the emigration, the Abbe de la Marche who was here and was employed in the Quiberoon business with Puisaye and Tinteniac, was the same Colonel of Mousquetaires Gris with whom Steyne fought in the year '86--that he and the Marchioness met again--that it was after the Reverend Colonel was shot in Brittany that Lady Steyne took to those extreme practices of devotion which she carries on now; for she is closeted with her director every day--she is at service at Spanish Place, every morning, I've watched her there--that is, I've happened to be passing there--and depend on it, there's a mystery in her case.
Fernando Gris, 57, suffered head injuries and ended up in the hospital in Grenoble.
With it, a glass of Salwey Pinot Gris 2011 from Baden (PS13.
Little progress has been made on clarifying and strengthening the legal framework for insolvencies/debt restructuring, while details of the Dubai government's capacity to support its GRIs remain uncertain.
Gorman, for whom today's EUR20,000 Irish Stallion Farms EBF Nursery at Killarney represents a rare chance to make some headlines, said yesterday: "Cest Notre Gris is very well and the ground and the trip should be fine for him.
In Austria the majority of people resort to insurances to cover court expenses, Irmgard Gris said.
The range will be available from Ocado, and the Sauvignon Blanc Pinot Gris from The Co-operative.
These actions reflected a reassessment of their support assumptions following Dubai's recent decision to explicitly segregate its direct obligations from those of its GRIs and to articulate increased conditionality for the provision of support.
Among these criteria are whether the GRIs are able to demonstrate sustainable business plans, the on-going support of their existing financial creditors, and realistic prospects of fulfilling their repayment obligations.
The government also reiterated that GRI debt obligations not benefiting from a guarantee are not regarded as obligations of the government and that the government is under no obligation to extend support to any such GRI either directly or through the Support Fund.