Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry, cut into steps, one upon another: said of lines, of the edges of ordinaries, or the like. Sometimes called battled embattled, battled grady, or embattled grady.
“Kevin Grady, 33, hopes tailgating limits will reduce the fan misbehavior he has seen at many NFL stadiums.”
“The next step, says Rearden CEO Patrick Grady, is to pull in ratings from all over the Web and mash them up with anonymous information from Rearden users.”
“D.B. Grady is the author of Red Planet Noir, a cross-genre Chandleresque mystery set on Mars.”
“Oh, Please, ecohuman - it's clear Grady is right and you're wrong.”
“PamP: My second novel, ECHOES (written as Erin Grady) has a reincarnation story in it.”
“I've read all your Erin Grady books and loved them.”
“Since we last encountered her, Sarah has left her previous job as Grant county coroner, sold her paediatrics practice, and is now working crazy hours in Grady hospital ER.”
“Sandy Grady is a longtime political and sports columnist.”
“One of my best friends, Matt O'Grady is one of the publishers, so I've been helping them out for a little over a year now.”
“Grady is among those calling for such reforms, which could be the true legacy of the Florida Outpouring.”
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