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GRAMME. A French weight. The gramme is the weight of a cubic centimetre of distilled water, at the temperature of zero. It is equal to 15.4441 grains troy, or 5.6481 drachms avoirdupois. Vide. Measure.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Gramm's 2013 autobiography, written with Rochester Business Journal columnist Scott Pitoniak, is titled "Juke Box Hero: My Five Decades in Rock 'n' Roll."
It does not he will Gramm game time does not earn his the Frieder added: "We are currently scouting the market." As well as Sunderland, Hamburg have been credited with interest in the 27-year-old.
Jeff Gramm runs a hedge fund and has served on several public company boards.
The excellence of November (Indiana University Press, 2001) does not necessarily derive from Gramm's sensitive articulation of universal themes--war, death, loss, grief, memory, faith--but in his myriad and imaginative methods of organizing them.
Alexander Gramm Studio Inc, founded by Alexander Gramm and Donna Baldwin to create high quality mixed-medium artwork, announced on Monday the launch of a new website for art collectors, buyers and fans.
After his career as a public servant, including six years as a member of the House of Representatives and 18 years of service in the US Senate, Senator Gramm joined UBS in 2003 as vice chairman of the investment bank.
"In February, Congressman Chet Edwards wrote to the people of the district: 'This election is about fiscal responsibility so we don't drown our children in debt,'" Gramm says.
Al Pacino stars as Dr Jack Gramm, a celebrated professor who moonlights as a forensic psychiatrist.
15 Pacino plays forensic psychiatrist Jack Gramm. Jon Forster (Neal McDonough) believes he was sentenced to death on Gramm's testimony and Gramm receives a phone call saying he only has 88 minutes left to live.
Phil Gramm. Eight years ago, as part of a decades-long anti-regulatory crusade, Gramm pulled a sly legislative maneuver that greased the way to the multibillion-dollar subprime meltdown.