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  • proper n. A patronymic surname.


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From Greg +‎ -son.


  • Gregson is probably most famous for criticizing the concept of a "war on terrorism" while still on active duty in 2005.

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  • Bosch presumed she was calling Gregson at the DA's office.

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  • "Gregson," he said, "that kind of talk may be good enough for Parliament and for labour meetings, but it is not proper diet for the Merrie

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  • "It was absolutely worth the wait," said Linda Gregson, 52, of Darwen, after spending 2 and 1/2 hours in the rain with her son to briefly see the royal couple.

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  • Too many to read each one, but those he recognized jumped out at him: Phillip Andrews, Jacob Cavanaugh, Roger Gregson, Henry “Hank” Harnack …

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  • She also picked up a Golden Globe and was nominated for a SAG Award for her portrayal of Tara Gregson, a wife and mother who's been diagnosed with multiple personality disorder.

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  • The political turmoil in MENA countries has, however, "reaffirmed gold's relevance" and has helped to further reestablish the metal as a form of insurance among investors, Mr. Gregson said.

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  • "What we were seeing in January was people asking, had the perfect storm passed?" said J.P. Morgan Global Mining Fund manager Neil Gregson .

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  • Oliver Gregson , head of investment advisory at Barclays Wealth U.K., says that while there is plenty of empirical evidence to suggest why high-net-worth customers shouldn't trade under the market conditions seen in recent weeks, where clients do want to trade there are some specific strategies that they can pursue.

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  • "Our highest conviction call is to overweight certain developed market equities, the U.S. in particular," says Mr. Gregson.

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