(English history) the Grand Remonstrance, the document prepared by the Long Parliament in 1640 listing the evils of the king’s government, the abuses already rectified, and the reforms Parliament advocated
[gran-drel] /grænˈdrɛl/ noun, (sometimes initial capital letter) 1. a two-ply yarn made by twisting together two singles of contrasting color.
noun 1. a figure called in square dancing in which partners face each other, forming a small circle, and then advance around the circle by extending alternating right and left hands to pull past each new person until they reach their partners again.
noun 1. former name of the Colorado River above its junction with the Green River in SE Utah. 2. a river in SW Michigan, flowing W to Lake Michigan. 260 miles (420 km) long.
noun, (used with a singular or plural verb) 1. a formal hospital meeting at which physicians discuss interesting medical cases.