from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Grey, Charles. Second Earl Grey. 1764-1845. British politician who as prime minister (1830-1834) implemented parliamentary and social reforms, notably the abolition of slavery throughout the British Empire.
- Grey, Lady Jane 1537-1554. Queen of England for nine days (1553). Proclaimed queen on the death of Edward VI (July 10, 1553), she was imprisoned after her short reign, replaced by the popular Mary Tudor, later Mary I, and subsequently beheaded for treason.
- Grey, Zane 1875-1939. American writer of Western adventure novels, including Riders of the Purple Sage (1912).
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- proper n. A surname, alternative spelling of Gray.
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And there followed the great grey head of the Grey
And I meant to take you to no other sight than the bare grey walls of an old Grey Friars 'Priory near the Sea; and I proposed to make myself further agreeable by showing you three or two passages in your Books that I do not like amid all the rest which I like so much: and had even meant to give you a very small thirty year old
You need to grow a grey 'stache too. hallowellboy: Grey hair looks great.
I found information about some ¨backpackers¨ hostel, but it was about 20 blocks away, so i began to walk in the grey drizzle, then got a bus, then found it had closed down .. no wonder, its so far away, then got a bus back and found a hostel about a block from the bus terminal that was quite nice, with nice warm room to myself and no Grey inside!
An honourable mention to The Man in Grey, which is being shown on Channel 4 on Thursday (1. 40p.m.).
Coco the African Grey is a favourite at the council's Pet's Corner facility but Angelo Ferlazzo claims the bird belongs to him and he wants him back.
The week's third-lowest vote getter, Jennifer Grey, is "in jeopardy."
We Fade To Grey is available from Pendragon Press, priced £7.99.
Audio fiction @PseudoPod: "The Worm that Gnaws" by Orrin Grey, read by Ian Stuart
 Bloomfield's daughter copies out the continuation of Anne Lindsay's 'Auld Robin Grey: a Ballad' in Letter 236.