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Synonyms for griffin

winged monster with the head of an eagle and the body of a lion

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As winery co-owners Deborah Barnard and Rob Griffin look to further expansion, they huddled with the 2nd generation, daughters Elise Jackson and Megan Hughes, and deemed that it was time for a change.
Griffin gave his new team faith by completing 14 of 24 passes for 290 yards and three touchdowns in the season opener for both teams.
In 1959 Griffin darkened his skin with ultraviolet light and medication and spent six weeks living as a black man in the segregated South.
Convinced, however, that Griffin was the shooter, he then grabbed a three-foot-long piece of lumber, went to the Griffin home, and began pounding on the front door.
I wasn't thrilled with the idea, because I always grew up with this feeling that it would one day be my responsibility to take care of him," Griffin says.
Griffin argues that the combined suppression and evolution of medieval dramatic forms contributed in the English saint play to a kind of historical drama in which "the sense of commemoration takes precedence over the sense of presence (22), analogous to the Protestant conception of the eucharist that supplanted the Catholic conception in Reformation England.
Griffin testified he had to pay the taxes to preserve his integrity and standing with the bank to stay in business.
Robert and Julia Griffin owned 100% of the stock of Griffin California Enterprises, Inc.
Griffin is shown on television both with and without her wig to show her hair loss, and also at times wearing a scarf.
In many ways, Griffin wasn't a typical Juilliard student.
Griffin received his undergraduate degree from Brown University in Rhode Island and his master of pharmacology and doctor of medicine degrees from Washington University in St.
Using Stevie Wonder's "Living for the City," Toomer's "Seventh Street," Dorothy West's The Living Is Easy, and Richard Wright's American Hunger, Griffin describes how the migrants both shaped the new urban terrain and were shaped by it.
That shuts down the ability of those cells to make IL-12," says Griffin.
There are still bluefish swimming in the streets," laughed John Griffin, director of management with Edward S.
Spa Industry Guru, Griffin, Selected as Advisor to Internationally-Renowned Certificate Program