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  • proper n. A Welsh patronymic surname derived from the given name Griffith.


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  • Kevin Griffiths-Boden from Llay, and Alan and Rebecca Kilfoyle from Saltney, were so moved by the story they wanted to raise awareness and promote tolerance across North Wales and Chester.

    UK: Goths march for tolerance in memory of hate crime victim Sophie Lancaster

  • Martin Griffiths wrote for LabLit about 17th century natural philosopher Margaret Cavendish: The feminism, fiction, science and philosophy of Margaret Cavendish

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Content planning: This, according to Griffiths is a group of people too new to define clearly.

    Defining ‘planners’ « One Size Fits One

  • It's my firm conviction that Griffiths is a rogue, and that he treated me quite scurvily yesterday.

    A Son of the Sun

  • Increasingly, it seems, the George Steinbrenners are setting the salary standards for the Calvin Griffiths.

    The Last of the Pure Baseball Men

  • Above him, on the drawing-room floor, lived a fifth-year man called Griffiths; but

    Of Human Bondage

  • Above him, on the drawing-room floor, lived a fifth-year man called Griffiths; but Philip saw little of him, partly because he was occupied chiefly in the wards and partly because he had been to Oxford.

    Of Human Bondage

  • "I remember the epiphany when I discovered Bisquick," recalled Griffiths, head of a team that creates recipes for new products and develops menu concepts for food-service operators. Sports Eagles

  • The then prime minister, Harold Wilson, called Griffiths a

    The Guardian World News

  • The Griffiths are a different attack than any other team left in the dance, and if they get that outside shooting like they did vs. the Orangemen,

    Sports News :


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