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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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Release date- 26082019 - PTC (NASDAQ: PTC) today announced the planned retirement of Donald Grierson when his term ends in March 2020.
Paisley Sheriff Court heard Grierson lost the plot with brother Mark before claiming: "I will kill you."
On 55 minutes old warhorse Weir juggled the ball round three defenders before prodding the ball to Grierson on the front edge of the box.
Certificates Young Sports leaders receive their awards with John Grierson and councillor Adam Wilson
This book traces Benjamin Grierson's 1863 Civil War raid through Mississippi, conducted with three Union cavalry regiments and a battery of small artillery pieces, with the goal to destruct the Southern Railroad of Mississippi at Newton Station and to divert attention away from the Vicksburg Campaign of the Army of the Tennessee.
After the digital edit was spotted, human resources consultant Poncho Rivera-Pavon, who is in charge of law graduates and summer clerks for Simpson Grierson, explained why it had been made.
Surgery will see Grierson absent from the dugout for most of this season, although he's far from putting his feet up at the Championship club.
"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.
Julie Grierson, 46, sexually abused two girls, leaving one suffering from depression.
Other top-10 finishes went to Seth Leech (four), Alastair Henderson (two), Jacob Grierson (three) and Luke Clegg (five).