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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.

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Gramm joined XL from Markel Corporation where he was Director, Transportation Product Lines.
In the op-ed, Gramm and Rollins note that the Foundation is not only a member of ALEC, but of the Public Safety and Elections Task Force that was shut down as a result of the pressure campaign mounted by left-wing activists.
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Gramm, of course, is long gone from office, as are most of the other architects of the "Republican revolution.
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Yet the irrepressible Gramm had an answer for that one too.
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Senate Majority Leader Dole ceded no turf, declaring himself to be a truer conservative than Gramm.