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Franciscan

a member of any of several Christian religious orders of mendicant friars or nuns tracing their origins back to Saint Francis of Assisi; a Grey Friar
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Hot on the paws of Lassie coming home there comes the return of Greyfriars Bobby.
If the trials are successful, Greyfriars will add Yorkshire grown maize to its portfolio.
UNDER THREAT: Greyfriars Green, where up to a hundred trees could be hacked down to make way for the Friargate development
Rumours that I also make an appearance in the adult version - Greyfriars Boabie - have been greatly exaggerated.
The Adventures of Greyfriars Bobby premiere will benefit two specially-nominated charities - the Dogs Trust, Britain's largest dog welfare organisation, and children's charity Barnardo's Scotland.
Greyfriars marks its third anniversary ranked sixth in an independent table of Wales's leading shopping malls and also finds itself in the running for a prestigious national award - having just completed a hat-trick of wins in a coveted local council environmental scheme.
The deal on the 6,500 sq ft offices, which are over four floors, is the latest success story for Greyfriars Court, which attracted the British Chambers of Commerce last year.
Official police figures show violent crime has increased a huge 387% on Greyfriars Road over the past two years - from 53 incidents in 2008/09 to 258 last year.
Gerry - an animal specialist for movies and adverts - trained up his own West Highland Terrier, named Bobby, for the remake of classic film Greyfriars Bobby.
EXPERTS on Greyfriars Bobby claim to have uncoveredthe truth behind the legendary Edinburgh dog's best friend.
I WISH to express my concern over the new traffic layout on the corner of Greyfriars Road and Warwick Row.
If the force's application is approved by Cardiff council's licensing committee next month, it would impact on any attempt to open a licensed premises - including off-licenses, supermarkets and restaurants - on Greyfriars Road or Churchill Way.