- n a tool used by an engraver
- s dignified and somber in manner or character and committed to keeping promises
- s causing fear or anxiety by threatening great harm
- s of great gravity or crucial import; requiring serious thought
- All of those are certainly terrible crimes and possibly even graver sins.
- He also hoped to free Chinese from graver forms of social exploitation by building a central government that would counter the rampant forces of capitalism in industry and of .
- In The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce (Hyperion) she argues that the harm caused by divorce is graver and longer lasting than we suspected.
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- Direct Mail Advertising Makes a Local Comeback
Olley and Associates direct mail services was acquired by a local Montgomery County entrepreneur and Drexel University alum, Mike Graver, to help educate small businesses about the benefits of direct mail advertising. (PRWeb June 11, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/direct-mail-services/olley-and-associates/prweb10777726.htm
June 11, 2013 - PRWeb
- Sir Ian Blair in ic theWarf.co.uk
Sir Ian told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme: "The threat of another terrorist attempt is ever present. Christmas is a period when that might happen. We have no specific intelligence to do (with) that. It is a far graver threat in terms of civilians...
- Matt Kenseth in SI.com
That was 10 times graver an infraction than this was,said Kenseth, the 2003 Cup series champion and last year's runner-up. "There were parts purposely built to move body panels around, all kinds of stuff, and we had a couple covers, or one...
- Francis Maude in Times Online
There can scarcely have been a graver breach of intelligence and security procedures than this. There can be few greater risks that the casual abandonment of top secret intelligence material on a train,said Mr Maude. "That al Qaeda do not...