Grierson


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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."
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John Grierson, 32, was placed on an electronic tag and handed 18 months' supervision by a sheriff after a drunken rampage at his sibling's flat.
Two minutes later McKenna and Grierson combined superbly inside the box, only for Grierson's shot to be blocked by the outrushing keeper.
Young sports leaders from Langholm Academy received their 100hr Saltire Awards from John Grierson of Magnox Limited at the ceremony in Langholm's Buccleuch Centre.
The Real Horse Soldiers: Benjamin Grierson's Epic 1863 Civil War Raid Through Mississippi
Benjamin Grierson's Union cavalry thrust through Mississippi is one of the most well-known operations of the Civil War.
Out cold for three-anda-half hours after going under the knife, George Grierson woke to a nurse asking if he knew where he was.
Sharon Grierson, 44, had a polyp removed from a vocal cord.
Disability worker Sharon Grierson, 44, was left brain damaged after two anaesthetists put a breathing tube in the wrong place twice.
THERE WAS A time, about 60 years ago, when many of principal Randy Grierson's students wouldn't have been allowed to step foot in the building that now houses Cleveland Central High School.