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  • proper n. An English surname, probably derived from Old Norse grimr or grimmr

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Examples

  • The playable section, entitled Grims 'Alley, sees the player and a small squad of allies face off against a vast swarm of gangly, speedy mutants - a scene that, minus the elongated fangs and oddly placed eyes of your enemies, could easily be from any film of the' fast zombie 'genre.

    Edge Online - Interactive Entertainment Today

  • The character models, from the zombie-esque 'Grims' to the ubiquitous Chimera 'Hybrids', look fairly solid and react satisfyingly to every bullet, blade or grenade hurled at them, but the assortment of American landscapes are all rather pedestrian.

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  • "Grims scare the living daylights out of most wizards!"

    Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

  • Salisbury there is also a Grims-dike, and in Cambridgeshire and

    English Villages

  • Grims tells another tale; but ez Reuben never owned no pistol in his life, nor kerried one, it don't 'pear ter me ez what them Grims say air reasonable.

    In the Tennessee mountains,

  • Facebook removed the page at the end of last week but another was put up - 'Join If You Want to Expose Any Grims!

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  • Up to 7,000 people joined the page 'Join If You Want to Expose Any Grims!' which allowed users to post names and photographs of women they claimed were promiscuous.

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  • Barringer and three others, including Wayne Mechtel, the father of officer of the year Brandon Mechtel, and police Officer Chris Kirk jumped into the 20 - to 30-foot-deep water to save Grims.

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  • Grims seemed to be in shock and unable to cooperate.

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  • I've got a preorder for Grims, still need to find a Starscream.

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