Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Obsolete forms of gruff.
  • Flat on the ground; with the face on the ground, or on any object; so as to lie prone; forward and down.

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  • Judging by the hopeful tone of next week's MAPS conference, the world of medicine may finally be ready to catch back up with him. stanislav grof

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  • Judging by the hopeful tone of next week's MAPS conference, the world of medicine may finally be ready to catch back up with him. stanislav grof

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  • When he asked for volunteers, Grof raised his hand. stanislav grof

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  • Judging by the hopeful tone of next week's MAPS conference, the world of medicine may finally be ready to catch back up with him. stanislav grof

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  • When he asked for volunteers, Grof raised his hand. stanislav grof

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  • Judging by the hopeful tone of next week's MAPS conference, the world of medicine may finally be ready to catch back up with him. stanislav grof

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  • When he asked for volunteers, Grof raised his hand. stanislav grof

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  • When he asked for volunteers, Grof raised his hand. stanislav grof

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • Judging by the hopeful tone of next week's MAPS conference, the world of medicine may finally be ready to catch back up with him. stanislav grof

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  • Judging by the hopeful tone of next week's MAPS conference, the world of medicine may finally be ready to catch back up with him. stanislav grof

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