Zane Grey

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Noun1.Zane Grey - United States writer of western adventure novels (1875-1939)
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Kevin Murray, Lee Marshall, Stuart Hume and George Wylie beat the rink of Tony Corrigan 18-16; Richard Thomson, Craig Coltart, Eddie Dunbar and John Jarvie beat the rink of David Palmer 21-20; Andrew Coltart, Jim Little, Colin Ramage and Chris Warren beat the rink of Billy Wilson 22-17 and Steven Lowther, David Jess, Zane Gray and Robert Lenza beat the rink of Harry Queen 25-15.
Al Capone, Zane Gray, Lou Gehrig, Al Jolson, Clara Bow, Gutzon Borglum, and so many others.
The literary device of having the principal characters launched on a journey is well established, calling to mind examples as divergent as Chaucer and Zane Gray. If not done well it can be a cliche.
Zane Grey, born Pearl Zane Gray on January 31, 1872, grew up in Zanesville, Ohio (a town founded by his mother's ancestors), with two brothers, R.C.
There was no sign of Zane, named after Zane Gray the cowboy novel author who was the idol of his father Bernie.
This fire zapped writer Zane Gray's home just below the famous Mogollon Rim.