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Grat·tan

 (grăt′n), Henry 1746-1820.
Irish politician and orator who supported suffrage for Catholics and opposed the union of Ireland with England (1800).

Grattan

(ˈɡrætən)
n
(Biography) Henry. 1746–1820, Irish statesman and orator: led the movement that secured legislative independence for Ireland (1782), opposed union with England (1800), and campaigned for Catholic emancipation

Grat•tan

(ˈgræt n)

n.
Henry, 1746–1820, Irish statesman and orator.
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In this writing I supply the only answer that I am able to make--Caspar Grattan.
That was a very fine thing of him,--taking into his house that poor lad Grattan, who shot his mother by accident.
Part of St Kilda Road will reduce to one lane and Grattan Street will close for many years from this week to enable work on the biggest public transport project in Victorias history.
Vaughn Anthony Henry, from Willesden, Dev Anand, from Slough, and Grattan Delano Samuels, from Victoria Park, London, were the other three gang members.
Henry was sent pictures of the bag by Vaughn Henry and Dev Anand London drug trafficker Grattan Samuels, 23, who was in contact with other criminals and organised the importation.
The building, located at 13 Grattan Street, will have a 5,000 s/f roof deck, 15,000 s/f of ground-floor and lower-level retail space and 25,000 s/f of office space on the second, third and fourth floors.
A report by the Grattan Institute has found Australia pays 3.
The Australian Labour Party (ALP) have seized on a flawed report on Negative Gearing by The Grattan Institute to push their cause.
Professor John Grattan, Aberystwyth University's acting vice-chancellor, has raised almost PS6,000 for student hardship after finishing the Pembrokeshire Ironman event on Sunday.
Officers tracked her phone to the Coundon Road area and the home address of prolific thief Paul Grattan.
Daniel Phillip Grattan, 26, was serving four years and four months for several assaults in Cheshire, in October, 2013, when he was released on licence.
Clare Lewis, 43, bought them from online retailer Grattan as a Christmas present for her daughter Tilly, ten.