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noun as in lion

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In his response, Griffin confirmed that “the execution varies by the channel of the order.”

Griffin never entered the Capitol building itself, did not realize he was standing in restricted areas and posed no serious risk of flight, Smith said.

The job title would later change to director of programming, but Griffin’s vision has been remarkably consistent.

Still, there are some indications that perhaps the last remnants of Griffin’s dominance were drained from the bottle during the 2019-20 campaign.

Griffin and another coach from the high school attended Maryland’s game at Rutgers in March.

Missing from much of the action were Lois Griffin and Marge Simpson.

The series begins with a voiceover from a 9-year-old boy named Charlie (Griffin Gluck), basically a more precocious Meredith Grey.

Griffin is herself a character in the novel, the invisible hand on the other end of the tape recorder in all the interviews.

Griffin mined the portfolios of four artists to create the vast collection of images that dot the book.

Griffin Dunne directed that episode and he wanted me to feel like a caged animal.

There was the most portentous picture of a Griffin on the first page, with verses below.

Goodness only knew what a falchion was, but there was the Griffin, and his history was an improvement upon the eternal Cat.

The Griffin carried off one sheep a day from a German village, till a man came with a "falchion" and split the Griffin open.

A more simple thing would be to take the griffin to your wife and bring her here.

Then, bring here the griffin of Signor Astolfo, and let me mount en croupe, and go to my wife.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to griffin, such as: cougar, wildcat, cat, leo, lioness, and puma.

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