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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRAM

All I know is that an elephant was an animal about the size of one of your Gram megatheres.

No mention of the incident was made in any of the reports sent back to Gram.

You think we don't have plenty of Neobarbarian material here on Gram?

Boake Valkanhayn would command her on the voyage to and from Gram.

A hundred and twenty-five days to Gram, and a hundred and twenty-five days back.

Not only the form but also the content of the messages from Gram underwent change.

That wasn't exactly the wording used by a ducal lord on Gram.

The Prince of Tanith was no longer interested in what happened to Gram.

In the past year, he had sent the most intelligent of them off to Gram to school.

And cut loose from the Sword-Worlds; especially cut loose from Gram.

WORD ORIGIN

metric unit of weight," 1797, from French gramme (18c.), from Late Latin gramma "small weight," from Greek gramma "small weight," originally "letter of the alphabet," from stem of graphein "to draw, write" (see -graphy). Adopted into English about two years before it was established in France as a unit in the metric system by law of 19 frimaire, year VIII (1799).

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