Graham

[n] - United States evangelical preacher famous as a mass evangelist (born in 1918) 2. [n] - United States dancer and choreographer whose work was noted for its austerity and technical rigor (1893-1991)
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Graham

Family name of dukes of Montrose. ...
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Graham

Graham is a Scottish boy name. The meaning of the name is `from the gray home` Where is it used? The name Graham is mainly used In Scottish and In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Grahame ( In Scottish and In English) Graeme ( In Scottish and In English) Graham appears In 2007`s top-1000 name list at rank 383.. 1993 was a `top year` for
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Graham

Type: Term Pronunciation: grā′ăm Definitions: 1. Evarts Ambrose, U.S. surgeon, 1883-1957. Reported with W. H. Cole the first successful cholecystography in 1924; In 1933, with J. J. Singer, reported first successful removal of a lung for cancer in one stage. See: Graham-Cole test
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Graham

Type: Term Pronunciation: grā′ăm Definitions: 1. Thomas, English chemist, 1805-1869. See: Graham law
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Graham

[surname] Graham is an English surname. It is a habitational name, derived from Grantham in Lincolnshire, England. ==People== ...
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Graham

[mango] The `Graham` mango is a named mango cultivar which originated in Trinidad. == History == `Graham` was a seedling of the `Julie` mango planted in Trinidad. In 1932 the variety was introduced to the United States by the USDA through Florida. `Graham` has become a popular nursery stock tree in Florida for home growing due to its fine f
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Graham

[given name] Graham əm is a masculine given name in the English language. It originates as from the surname Graham, which has been transferred to a given name. The surname is derived from Grantham, in Lincolnshire, England. The settlement is recorded in the 11th century Domesday Book variously as: Grantham, Grandham, Granham, and Graham. T
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Graham

Three historic port wine companies, which now for the multi- Symington are called, and sometimes even in this form in the company name.
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Graham

The port company "W & J Graham's" is in possession of Symington ; See there.
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