grege

grege

(ˈɡreɪɡeɪ)
vb (tr)
to make heavy
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Malone, a carrion eater, like all of his kind--porcus ex grege diaboli-- a swine from the devil's herd.
The walls, ceiling, flooring, fabric, rugs, pillows, lamp shades, paintings and flowers are in various shades of ivory and greige (from the French word grege, which refers to the natural color of raw silk).
Among those axed were Police Officers 1 Djona Ansing Genorosa, Felix Josephius Pascual, Arian Lloyd Luchana, April Rose Denopol, Grege Lagare, Ralph Shemuel Supnet, Daniel Audy Talpis, Al-Najib Ujaji, Fermuzaina Umda, Joel Espina Aliser, Jilhani Mohaimen Dalongenes, Nohasim Yusop Sakilin and Raymond Sumonglay.
The collection includes eight new shades, including a special hue, Grege #169, proceeds from which will be going to the Oscar winner's charity of choice the 'Free the Children Association.'
Go neutral with vinyls Homestyle is a new collection of vinyl floors from Tarkett, which includes this neutral DJ/ Grege, priced pounds 15 per sq m (www.tarkett.com.
/ Da risse, e division lo sparso Grege / Per opra di costor, che della loro / Pastoral potesta custodiranno / Gelosi il don, onde in sicura pace / Frutti tramandi al Ciel, fora guardato; / Lungi che mai nel Tempio la discordia / Alzar possa il vessillo, ed a feroci / Turbe pretesto dar la Religione.
(74) His swimming (unctos Tiberinis umeros lavit in undis, 7), riding (eques ipso melior Belleronphonte, 8) and his exceptional athletic ability in boxing (nequepugno .../ victus, 89) and running (neque segni pede victus, 9) would make him a natural huntsman (catus idem per apertum fugientis agitato grege cervos iaculari, 10-11), seeking challenges to hone his skill (celer arto latiantem / fruticeto excipere aprum, 11-12).
Acquired pitcher Dan Haren and pitcher Connor Robertson from the A's for pitchers Brett Anderson, Dana Eveland, Grege Smith, infielder Chris Carter and outfielder Aaron Cunningham, Carlos Gonzalez.