Alternative terms

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Lexicographical Neighbors of

Graupner's method
Grave's disease
Gravel Gertie
Graves' disease
Graves' ophthalmopathy
Graves' optic neuropathy
Graves' orbitopathy
Grawitz' basophilia
Grawitz' tumour
Gray Friar (current term)
Gray code
Gray codes
Great Attractor
Great Australian Bight
Great Barrier Reef
Great Basin
Great Bear
Great Britain
Great Britain and Ireland
Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Great Dane

Literary usage of

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Heart of Music: The Story of the Violin by Anna Alice Chapin (1906)
"Roof on roof, the Gray Friar could count the houses all about; salmon-pink, saffron, ... GRAY FRIAR ..."

2. Mefistofele: Opera in Four Acts by Arrigo Boito (1920)
"I only see a Gray Friar. FAUST. It seems as though He wove nets about us. ... Watch him well ; he is a Gray Friar, And not a specter; he mumbles orisons. ..."

3. The Book of Scottish Ballads: A Comprehensive Collection of the Most by Alexander Whitelaw (1875)
"And bare him to his earth, [And the Gray Friar« «ung the dead man's miss, ... A Gray Friar staid upon the grave, And sang till the morning tide. ..."

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