Grand Lama The object of worship in Thibet and Mongolia. The word lama in the Tangutanese dialect means "mother of souls." It is the representative of the Shigemooni, the highest god.

Grande Passion (The). Love.

"This is scarcely sufficient ... to supply the element ... so indispensable to the existence of a grande passion." - Nineteenth Century (February, 1892, p. 210).
Grandison (Sir Charles). The union of a Christian and a gentleman. Richardson's novel so called. Sir Walter Scott calls Sir Charles "the faultless monster that the world ne'er saw." Robert Nelson, reputed author of the Whole Duty of Man, was the prototype.

Grandison Cromwell Lafayette Grandison Cromwell was the witty nickname given by Mirabeau to Lafayette, meaning thereby that he had all the ambition of a Cromwell in his heart, but wanted to appear before men as a Sir Charles Grandison.

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