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GRACEGravity Recovery And Climate Experiment
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GRACEGlobal Registry of Acute Coronary Events
GRACEGlobal Resource Action Center for the Environment
GRACEGrid Architecture for Computational Economy
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GRACEGraphical Ruler and Compass Editor
GRACEGod's Righteousness At Christ's Expense
GRACEGlobal Resource Adaptation Through CoopEration
GRACEGeneric Reusable Ada Components for Engineering
GRACEGainesville Region/Alachua County Empowerment (Florida, USA)
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GRACEGravity Recovery and Climate Recovery
GRACEGreater Richmond Autism Coalition for Equality
GRACEGlorious Realities As Christ Empowers
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GRACEGround and Atmospheric Clutter Evaluation
References in classic literature ?
"Charlie is riding his own horse," Lady Grace answered.
"It is a shame," the Prince remarked, "that you should be disappointed, Lady Grace. Would they let me ride for you?"
"If I am eligible, and Lady Grace chooses, it seems to me very simple."
"A hundred questions," cried Grace, "if you like." She looked at the expiring fire, and at the dimly visible figure of her companion seated in the obscurest corner of the room.
Grace's voice dropped when she answered the question.
Mercy could just see the letter-case as Grace held it up in the deepening obscurity of the room.
SALOMON saies; A good Name is as a precious oyntment; And I assure my selfe, such wil your Graces Name bee, with Posteritie.
``I crave your Grace's pardon,'' said Fitzurse, internally cursing the idle vanity of his patron;
``but when time pressed, and even the loss of minutes might be fatal, I judged it best to take this much burden upon me, in a matter of such importance to your Grace's interest.''
``Ay, but,'' said Waldemar, ``your sire Henry sate more firm in his seat than your Grace can.
"His Grace is by no means convinced that the police have failed."
Huxtable, that his Grace is particularly anxious to avoid all public scandal.