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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of grane.

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Examples

  • She maned and she graned out o 'dolour and pain, 15

    Werena my Heart's licht I wad dee

  • Dougal MacCallum, poor body, neither grat nor graned, but gaed about the house looking like a corpse, but directing, as was his duty, a’ the order of the grand funeral.

    Wandering Willie’s Tale

  • Dougal MacCallum, poor body, neither grat nor graned, but gaed about the house looking like a corpse, but directing, as was his duty, a 'the order of the grand funeral.

    Stories by English Authors: Scotland (Selected by Scribners)

  • How would you expect to see the knives and gunfire in this video? knives are small, gunfire came from lower deck. you can, however, see a fire -- bomb and stun graned in other videos.

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  • The issue seems to be how much they can take customers for graned.

    ZDNET.com.au

  • What you’re proposing to do is not to use force in order to defend the integrity of private property, but rather to use force in order to assault the integrity of private property, by attacking peaceful people who have asked for, and been graned, permission to stay where they are staying by the only person whose opinion matters — the property owner.

    ¡Papeles para tod@s! 1 May 2009, 3:30 PM @ Commercial Center Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada

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