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  • proper noun An English occupational surname for someone who was a farm bailiff.


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Anglo-Norman grainger.


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  • GRANGER -- Judges at the Washington State Menudo Festival in Granger on Sunday sit, sample-size bowls of the Mexican-style soup in front of them, and ponder.

    Yakima Herald-Republic Weekly News 2008

  • I was probably going to far in saying Granger is “obviously” better, but my point is, Pierce is more at a Granger or Butler level than a Kobe or LeBron level.

    Matthew Yglesias » Best Guards in the East 2009

  • Sure Hermione Granger is the smartest character, but Harry's still the lead.

    Never Mind About Those Cowboys 2010

  • I went and checked our copy of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone to be sure, and Hermione Granger is first described as bushy-haired and buck-toothed.

    mrissa: They'll put it on my tombstone: "The book was better." mrissa 2010

  • Danny Granger is pretty obviously better than Pierce right now, too. too many steves Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Best Guards in the East 2009

  • Billings Blog: Marvin Granger steps down skip to main | skip to sidebar

    Marvin Granger steps down David 2008

  • Granger is expected to be out up to another two weeks with a foot injury; Dunleavy is out indefinitely with a knee injury. 2008

  • First we lost Marvin Granger and "Your Opinion Please," the best talk show on radio, for my money, because it was the only one that seemed interested in actually airing competing viewpoints and ideas.

    Berg on Rye David 2008

  • Granger is beginning to make a habit of scoring big late in games. 2008

  • PHOENIX (AP) - The Indiana Pacers are making a habit of beating the NBA's elite teams, and Danny Granger is making a habit of scoring big. 2008


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