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  • Trustee Harvin Moore called Grier's magnet plan "way better" than the audit but expressed concerns about proposed funding reductions to many of the Vanguard schools, which serve gifted children.

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  • Past failed attempts include David Alan Grier's Chocolate News, which was canceled after one season, and David Spade's The Showbiz Show, which aired for three seasons.

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  • The pattern of the last three seasons is not an encouraging one, as the Toreros have gone from one of the best teams in the conference in Bill Grier's first season, to one of its worst in his third.

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  • Associated Press Brooke Shields oversees her daughter Grier's model moment.

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  • An editing error in "Pam Grier takes raunch to the ranch" Magazine, added 10 years to two important events in actress Pam Grier's life.

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  • Grier's team can infer economic changes from the variety of shells and animal and fish bones in the refuse piles outside doorways.

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  • Alas, Grier's smart and expansive brand of faux journalism has been axed.

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  • My potential boss looked at me blankly as I babbled about how much I liked Grier's characters, especially Antoine Merriweather, one of the two gay reviewers in the brilliantly hilarious sketch "Men on Film."

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  • Marleau assisted on Mike Grier's empty-net goal with 28.6 seconds left, giving the Bruins their first three-goal loss of the season.

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  • Goc created the Sharks 'second goal, picking up the puck along the wall and pushing it behind the net, from where he passed into a pile of players with the puck finding Grier's stick for a deflection.

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