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Grana

An obsolete unit of weight in the early metric system approximately equivalent to 50 grams.
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It's nice to know that every day when I come to work, it will always be here to remind me of her," Granum said as she watched her only grandchild dig a hole for the tree.
During his time at Northwestern Mutual, Granum researched how to build a list of clients, which eventually led to the One Card System.
Alfred Granum, CLU, a legendary financial representative and field leader from Northwestern Mutual.
Granum, who led the company's Chicago field office, pioneered groundbreaking ideas about client service and product development that are in use today, she said.
Close says it's ridiculous to accuse her of blocking a bill that she voted to support, and accuses Granum of violating the law by making a "materially false" accu- sation.
Dianna Granum has been appointed to the position of Senior Strategic Advisor and member of TSG's Advisory Group.
Granum, a 52-year-old businessman and lawyer from the Portland area, is unknown to Oregon voters, never having sought elective office before.
Choice Organic Teas, a brand of Granum, Erin Black, Inc.
Cubic is pleased to be in on the ground floor of building up a key piece of training infrastructure in Australia," commented Dianna Granum, director of Business Development for Cubic Defense Applications.
Granum was a partner in the Bullivant House Bailey law firm in Portland until 2002.