American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Griffith, Arthur 1872-1922. Irish nationalist leader who was a founder of the Sinn Fein movement for Irish independence (1905). He led the Irish delegation that negotiated the 1921 treaty with England that established the Irish Free State.
- Griffith, D(avid Lewelyn) W(ark) 1875-1948. American filmmaker who developed several cinematic techniques, such as fade-ins, fade-outs, close-ups, moving-camera shots, and flashbacks. The Birth of a Nation (1915) is among his many films.
- n. United States film maker who was the first to use flashbacks and fade-outs (1875-1948)
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“Calvin Griffith is a holdout against the forces of change”
“Saul Griffith is involved so I'm guessing it is good.”
“We saw a lot of friends, celebs and smelled the fresh air and cool breeze of a fall night in Griffith Park.”
“I bought the CD sometime in Griffith, 1997, when my partner of the time and I were getting around the back blocks of country NSW in an old, yellow, Ford Falcon sedan, going from harvesting job to harvesting job.”
“Hoping to unseat Mr. Boucher in Virginia's 9th District, Republican candidate Morgan Griffith is hammering away at the congressman's vote on the cap-and-trade bill.”
“Griffith is most notably remembered for his name sakeshow were he played a Mayberry Sheriff, but he also enjoyed a nine year role as the lead in the Matlock series.”
“Calvin Griffith moved the Senators baseball team to Minneapolis today.”
“So Robert Byrd or DW Griffith is the equivalent of someone who lynched people?”
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