Gregory

[n] - the pope who sponsored the introduction of the modern calendar (1572-1585) 2. [n] - the pope who fought to establish the supremacy of the pope over the Church and the supremacy of the Church over the state (1020-1085) 3. [n] - the pope for whom Gregorian chants were named (circa 540-604)
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Gregory

Hildebrand noun the Italian pope who fought to establish the supremacy of the pope over the Roman Catholic Church and the supremacy of the church over the state (1020-1085)
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Gregory

(I) Pope from 590 who asserted Rome's supremacy and exercised almost imperial powers. In 596 he sent St Augustine to England. He introduced the choral Gregorian chant into the liturgy. His feast day is 12 March
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Gregory

[Afonsky] Archbishop Gregory (secular name George Sergeyevich Afonsky, Георгий Серге́евич Афонский; April 17, 1925 – April 14, 2008) was the Archbishop of Sitka and Alaska from 1973 to 1995, and author of books on Theology and Orthodoxy in America in both Russian and English. He was a key figure in the establishme...
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Gregory

[given name] Gregory is a masculine first name. It is derived from the Latin name `Gregorius`, which was from the late Greek name `Γρηγόριος` (Grēgorios) meaning `watchful, alert` (derived from Greek `γρηγoρεῖν` `grēgorein` meaning `to watch`). Through folk etymology, the name also became associated with Latin grex (stem...
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Gregory

[lunar crater] This is a worn and eroded crater formation. The northern rim is degraded due to impacts. Attached to the exterior of the southwest is Gregory Q, a satellite crater about the same size as Gregory. Within the interior is the remains of a small crater rim along the northwestern inner wall. To the east of Gregory and leading away...
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Gregory

[Nestorian Patriarch] Gregory was patriarch of the Church of the East from 605 to 609. His name is included in the traditional list of patriarchs of the Church of the East. == Sources == Brief accounts of Gregory`s patriarchate are given in the Ecclesiastical Chronicle of the Jacobite writer Bar Hebraeus (floruit 1280) and in the ecclesiast...
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Gregory

[Orologas] Saint Gregory (Orologas) of Kydonies the Ethno-Hieromartyr, also Gregory of Cydoniae (Γρηγόριος Ωρολογάς Gregorios Orologas), 1864–1922, was a Greek Orthodox metropolitan bishop in the early 20th century in northwest Anatolia, in the Ottoman Empire. He was initially the Metropolitan of Strumica, in the region o...
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Gregory

A Gregory was a school feast, so named on account of being held upon St-Gregory's day (March the 12th) in which the pupils brought the master all manner of eatables, and the school master in return ignored various misdemeanours. Gregories were common at one time across all of Europe.
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Gregory

Gregory is a servant to Capulet in Romeo and Juliet.
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Gregory

Gregory is an English name for boys. The meaning is `alert, watchful` The name Gregory is most commonly given to American boys. If it's too long you might use: Gregg, Greig, Greg Use for the other sex: Gregoria What do they use in other countries? Greer (Scottish, English) See also: Grayson, Grigory, Grisha, Gergó
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Gregory

Gregory was slang for a hangman.
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Gregory

Meaning as a surname: Watchful.
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Gregory

The USS Gregory was an American Improved Fletcher Class destroyer of 2050 tons displacement launched in 1944. The USS Gregory was powered by four Babcock and Wilcox boilers providing a top speed of 36 knots. She carried a complement of 353 and was armed with five 5 inch guns; ten 40 mm anti-aircraft guns; eight 20 mm anti-aircraft guns and ten 21 i...
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