Gregory happens to be the successor to the late Tim Russert, whom Leibovich labels the unofficial “mayor” of This Town.
I also reached out to a person who straddles the two communities, Gregory Angelo, executive director of the Log Cabin Republicans.
Gregory Peck starred in the film version released one year later.
This baby-splitting could prove catastrophic for everyone—a “doom scenario” for insurers and investors, said Gregory.
The encouraging part of that is Gregory's penchant for ripping various Bush press secretaries a new one.
Didn't you see me when they took me out of 'Snow' Gregory's pocket?
Augustine, Ambrose, Gregory, and Jerome—being the favourite subjects.
"When my cousin comes tomorrow you will see a beautiful woman, Gregory," she added presently.
I conceive that we may interpret St. Gregory's mind in this way.
Mrs. Forrester had sympathy with moths, and was fond of Gregory, whom she greeted with significant kindliness.
masc. proper name, common in England and Scotland by mid-12c. (Pope Gregory I sent the men who converted the English to Christianity), from Late Latin Gregorius, from Greek gregorios, a derivative of gregoros "to be watchful," from PIE root *ger- "to be awake" (cf. Sanskrit jagarti "he is awake," Avestan agarayeiti "wakes up, rouses"). At times confused with Latin gregarius (see gregarious).