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Grain

A unit of weight equivalent to one 7,000th of one pound.
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Caption: Vintners from three vineyard sites: (left to right): Daniele Tessaro (Barboursville), Jim Law (Linden), Joshua Grainer (RdV), Fernando Franco (Barboursville), Rutger de Vink (RdV), Luca Paschina (Barboursville), Jonathan Weber (Linden).
Will 135-grain bullets be the new kings of 9mm defensive ammo, dethroning the 124 grainers? Only time will tell, but the real winner is the American consumer.
Back when I was working with Berger on developing a reliable 90 grainer with a thick jacket the first run came out at 93 grains.
David Lightfoot, 72, a former Wrexham publican and an associate of Grainer, was sent to prison for 10 years on eight counts of indecent and sexual assault.
Replacements - Thompson (D), Baxter, Walker, Grainer, Bell.
Last month, Grainer set out an updated strategy to capitalise on the substantial PRS market opportunity to become the UK's leading private landlord.
A Richard Binnie, Perth Who can forget that great music by Ron Grainer and the opening titles of the dancing girl in shadow with a spinning gun and cards?
IF you're a Boro fan then you MUST watch Hebburn star Neil Grainer's stirring video to support the team ahead of the Wembley final.
At the right moment the man swings himself onto the back of a grainer at a slow, practiced lope.
Environmentally, sustainably, economically and socially shopping local at the Grainer Market is a winner - and at 32% cheaper than supermarkets - what's not to love about the Grainger Market?
Variations on Derbyshire's remarkable arrangement of Grainer's composition--electronic but with an organic sensuality--would lead in and out of the Doctor's adventures until 1980 and inspire, excite and terrify several generations of viewers, many of whom would grow up to become significant musicians in their own right.