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  • I buy my cornmeal at Graue Mill in Hinsdale, Illinois, and use the recipe that comes with every sack of the freshly milled cornmeal.

    Let the Cornbread Wars Begin!

  • Graue Muses march in triumph and with prayses (H. B.)

    The Faerie Queene — Volume 01

  • “Graue clothes make dunces often seeme great clarkes.”

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • Mexican Embassy spokesman Bernardo Graue said consular officials had visited Perez Bautista in prison and described him as "relaxed" and in good physical condition as he waited to go before a judge.

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  • The Mexican officials did not ask him if he had in fact planned a gas attack, because interrogating him is up to Spanish authorities, Graue said.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • Mexican Embassy spokesman Bernardo Graue said consular officials had visited Perez Bautista in prison and described him as "relaxed" and in good physical condition as he waits to go before a judge.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • Many of those who had traveled for days on foot or cycled along highways as a sacrifice applauded when the basilica's vicar, Monsignor Enrique Glennie Graue, told them Benedict was coming to Mexico.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • What more is the reste troubled of a dead bodie, when the Deuill carryes it out of the Graue to serue his turne for a space, nor when the

    Daemonologie.

  • A few years later, Elizabeth Graue, a professor of early childhood education at the University of Wisconsin, made exactly the same point: "What counts as play in many classrooms are highly controlled centers that focus on particular content labeled as 'choice' but that are really directed at capturing a specific content-based learning experience, such as number bingo or retelling a story exactly as the teacher told it on a flannel board" "Are We Paving Paradise?"

    Alfie Kohn: Five Not-So-Obvious Propositions About Play

  • Beth Graue, Interim Director, Wisconsin Center for Education Research

    Children, Language, and Literacy: Diverse Learners in Diverse Times « Books « Literacy News

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