Prior to joining i2, Mr. griffin was President and CEO of the Knowledge Computing Corporation.
Ultimately “we want to take the opportunity to put the pedal to the metal,” griffin said.
griffin welcomed 2010 the way only she could—by dropping the F bomb.
But many, like griffin, enter broken shops that continue to collapse, taking their own careers down with them.
His son, director griffin Dunne, describes growing up with a great social commentator.
But some of them, especially an old chap called griffin, the foreman, didn't seem to mind it at all.
The griffin was itself a compound creature, half lion and half eagle.
And so it was, for the mighty heave that turned the thrust had ended griffin's fighting for a long day.
If I should have a wire that Mr. griffin was worse it might be shorter still.
Just as they were about to enter the world of light, the griffin again cried aloud.
c.1200 (as a surname), from Old French grifon "a bird of prey," also "fabulous bird of Greek mythology" (with head and wings of an eagle, body and hind quarters of a lion, believed to inhabit Scythia and guard its gold), from Late Latin gryphus, misspelling of grypus, variant of gryps (genitive grypos), from Greek gryps (genitive grypos) "curved, hook-nosed," in reference to its beak.
Klein suggests a Semitic source, "through the medium of the Hittites," and cites Hebrew kerubh "a winged angel," Akkad. karibu, epithet of the bull-colossus (see cherub). The same or an identical word was used, with uncertain connections, in mid-19c. Louisiana to mean "mulatto" (especially one one-quarter or two-fifths white) and in India from late 18c. to mean "newly arrived European."