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v. t.1.To broil; to grill; hence, To harass.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Three other newly minted executive vice presidents at Digital First are longtime MediaNews executives, including Jerry Grilly (chief executive of the Denver Post), Steve Rossi (president of the California Newspapers Partnership, which MediaNews owns along with Gannett Co.
We found some handy items to further our cause when perusing a catalogue from Grilly Goat, a division of Sackso Enterprises, LLC, Lakewood, Ohio.
Cognitions, emotions, and social interactions are viewed as manifestations of complex interactions among neurotransmitters, cell signaling mechanisms, and molecular properties affecting neuronal activity (for helpful reviews, see Grilly, 2000; also Julien, 2001).
Foster, Max Grilly, Isabel Guzman-Barron, Christopher LaBove.
His book is a "travel companion", he says, a mixed bag of information and rumination, starting in Hermance, moving along the 58 km with Haute Savoie, curving around and proceeding up from Chancy to Grilly on the western side of Geneva bordering l'Ain (45 km).
Andy Millen and Mark Grilly were impressive with their range of passing from midfield, and Ricky Gillies gave them good width on the right-hand side.
Comorbidity has been defined as the coexistence of two or more conditions, one of which is a mental illness (Grilly, 2002).
Grilly hired him in 1999, describes his departure as "really a mutual understanding about separation.
Outgoing Post publisher Gerald Grilly has taken the position of executive vice president and chief operating officer of MediaNews.
It looked promising when the West Midlanders changed ends 7-0 in front after a try by Alistair Barran, converted by Paul Littlehales, but they fell away in the second half as Liverpool took control with tries by Simon Worsley (2) and Darren Grilly.