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/grik/ (WPI, first used by Tim Haven to describe "grick trigonometry", a shortcut method of determing attack angles in grid-based games like Star Trek) Any integral increment of measurement. E.g. "Please turn the stereo up a few gricks".
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Late on, goalkeeper Sargeant kept the home points safe by beating the ball away from Hall and then saving low down after substitute Tim Grick burst clear in injury time.
What is emerging from this effort is a conception of the mind so foreign to common notions, so at odds with the view of the average person, that this idea has been called "the astonishing hypothesis" by Nobel laureate Francis Grick, co-discoverer of the DNA double helix.
Thomas Gricks is an e-discovery lawyer who was involved in one of the early landmark cases about using TAR in litigation.
Gricks, who was involved in the Global Aerospace case, says those cases "made it clear that this is a technology you could consider and was valid in the context of responding to discovery."
"Every issue has a requesting and production perspective and they may not be fully aligned, so there is a natural tendency to have tension," Gricks says.
Gricks says the newest generation of tools are described as TAR 2.0.
Gricks III, The Implications of Rule 26(g) on the Use of Technology-Assisted Review, 7 fed.
(27.) Mortuza FY, Moreira IM, Papaioannou M, Gameiro P, Coyle LA, Gricks CS, et al.
eDiscovery Institute; Linda Klein, Past President, Georgia State Bar Association; Ron Friedmann; Jeff Fowler, O'Melveny & Myers; Richard Granat, Co-Chair of the ELawyering Task Force and Standing Committee Delivery of Legal Services, American Bar Association ; Eddie Sheehy, CEO, Nuix; Steve Lief, EpsteinBecker; Arnold Blair; Cooley Godward; Kevin Cranman, GC, Ericsson; Patrick Oot; Laura Zubulake, Christy Stouffer, Patton Boggs; Tom Gricks, Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP; Fernando Pinguelo, Scarinci Hollenbeck; David Werblow, T-Mobile; Kara Buzga, Mayer Brown; Margaret Morton, Technology Consultant; and other well-known legal icons.
A coroner's inquest heard that PC Gareth Gricks, 53, was found by a relative hanged in the garage of his home in Dunton, near Fakenham, on August 6.
Earlier that day Gricks, who had 20 years of service with Norfolk Police, had failed to keep an appointment at a local police station where he was to be charged by former colleagues with nine sex offences.
Officers were informed in April that Gricks was suspected of procuring under-age girls for sex in Southeast Asia through internet chat rooms.