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  • It also plays a significant role in the epic Beowulf where the villainous Gredel, a descendant of Cain (Christianity's first murderer), is attacking (raising Cain in?) the Viking mead halls only to be thwarted by the hero, Beowulf.

    Big D, Little A, Double L, A, S – Spells Viking (Viking Weathertop Wheat)

  • She reminded herself to walk with the straight-backed, braced posture of the Fleet officer and not the less formal slouch she'd adopted as Gredel.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • "Gredel, this is Miss Chesko," Casimir told Sula in a voice that suggested both her importance and his own.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • "I know even less about Lady Sula than I do about Gredel."

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • "Solidarity" features Sula/Gredel, the protagonist first introduced in "Margaux" (_Asimov's_, May 2003), and takes place in the same future as the author's novels _The Praxis_, _The Sundering_, and the forthcoming _Conventions of War_ (Harper Torch).

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • When he walked into a shop with Gredel, the assistants knew to bring out their flashiest, most expensive clothing, and he'd buy them with a wave of his hand and a pocket of cash.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Christian Gredel, and Nils Sparwasser from the German Aerospace Center produced a video to introduce the advanced warning system, which combines data from underwater probes, orbiting global positioning system satellites, and floating buoys in a joint project from Germany and Indonesia called the German Indonesian Tsunami Early Warning System.

    Marc's Voice

  • pg 140 - Guess: Sula is really Gredel in Caro's place?

    07.24.2004

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