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Granville

1. 1st Earl, title of John Carteret. 1690--1763, British statesman: secretary of state (1742--44); a leading opponent of Walpole
2. 2nd Earl, title of Granville George Leveson-Gower. 1815-- 91, British Liberal politician: Gladstone's foreign secretary (1870--74; 1880--85) and a supporter of Irish Home Rule
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The Daily Record reportsthat Mr Granville arrived in Cambodia in March last year at Phnom Penh International Airport before travelling to Siem Reap where he lost his passport.
Granville, of Normanby Road, Ormesby, Middlesbrough, admitted three charges of fraud by false representation and a further charge of concealing, disguising, converting, transferring or removing criminal property.
It went: "Congratulations, little feed, her gracious Majesty decreed That Granville, little errand lad and Del Boy, Frost, and others had All served their nation passing well so here's to Granville, Frost and Del!
I raise a glass filled to the brim and truly say, 'Good Knight from him.' David even continued playing Granville when he started work on another new BBC comedy ...
Mindaptiv co-founders Ken Granville and John "Jake" Kolb worked together on various consulting projects at InVisM in Greenwood Village, with a collective resume spanning from videogames and virtual reality to telecom and enterprise systems.
STRATFORD: 2.00 Call Me Vic, 2.30 Witness In Court, 3.05 Granville Island, 3.40 In By Midnight, 4.10 Little Legend, 4.45 Bruslini, 5.15 Bob's Legend.
Remembering Inflation by Brigitte Granville, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2013.
It's hard to believe that 28 years have passed since the pair last appeared in the sitcom, Jason as shy shop assistant Granville, Baron as Nurse Gladys Emmanuel.
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After almost three decades away, Roy Clarke's much-loved sitcom is back, with David Jason reprising his role as Granville.
Time seems to have stood still but the grumpy bloke in a tatty brown coat is actually put-upon shop lad Granville and not stammering Albert Arkwright.