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

[given name] Graham (əm in UK and US English or m or əm in US English) is a masculine given name in the English language. According to some sources, it comes from an Old English word meaning `gray home`. According to other sources, it comes from the surname Graham, which in turn is an Anglo-French form of the name of the town of Grantham,
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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

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

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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Graham

[satellite] A PhoneSat-1.0 satellite, Graham was built to the single-unit (1U) CubeSat specification, and measures {convert|10|cm} in each dimension. The satellite is based around an off-the-shelf HTC Nexus One smartphone which serves in place of an onboard computer and avionics system. Unlike the more advanced PhoneSat-2.0 spacecraft, Grah
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Graham

[disambiguation] ====WikiHouse==== Moved to mainspace by Michael Barera (talk). Self nominated at 04:22, 18 December 2013 (UTC). ...
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Graham

[Myanmar] Graham (ဂရေဟမ်) is a Burmese artist/singer. He is best known for his pop songs, as well as duets with female artists, TV commercial songs and Original Soundtracks. He was the first male artist to have won Best Male Recording Artist Of The Year Award given by Yangon City FM. ==Early life== Graham was born in Taunggyi -
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