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Grierson

John. 1898--1972, Scottish film director. He coined the noun documentary, of which genre his Industrial Britain (1931) and Song of Ceylon (1934) are notable examples
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It's just one of those things we've gotta keep building on," Grierson told me when I met him during the first week of class.
He had been diagnosed in 2014 as having malignant mesothelioma, which is caused by exposure to asbestos, but his sister Sylvia Grierson told the hearing that although he had held various jobs in the Merseyside area most of them were in offices.
Grierson, of Fincham Road, Huyton, admitted sexual assault, sexual activity with a child and engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child.
In the youths 14-15 years category top-10 places were gained by Sam Loizou (eight), Thomas Grierson (four), Adam Law (four), Emily Hirst (two) and Holly Pearson (two).
Grierson joined TN team-mate Emily Hollingworth in Australia as England's Under-21s faced representative sides from the host nation and New Zealand.
Grierson joined TN team mate Emily Hollingworth in Australia as England's Under 21s faced representative sides from the host nation and New Zealand.
Grierson and Ashley receive input and guidance from physician advisors Kari Leikert, DO; Tammy Middlebrook, MD; and James Ryan, DO.
This week Sascha Grierson, left, of Hugh Grierson Organic in Perthshire, provides the recipe for her Sunday Roast Chicken with Giblet Gravy.
A Welsh TV documentary has been nominated for the Grierson Awards, which recognise innovative documentary-making.
Grierson asked, when he got to the part about mutually pledging our sacred honor.
The large cast is led by a mesmerising Jonathan Slinger as Prospero and Sandy Grierson as his henchman spirit Ariel who together hold the audience spellbound throughout.