Definition for graf (2 of 2)
noun, plural Graf·en [grah-fuh n] /ˈgrɑ fən/. German.
Examples from the Web for graf
I suspect that Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen wrote that first graf very, very carefully.
But they were always understood to be part of the solution, as the authors acknowledge in the second graf I quote.
Some of you took the word "fight" too literally in the sixth graf of the post below.
UPDATE: In the first graf, I originally had 500,000 instead of 3.5 million.
I like that second graf especially, because it is an entirely market-based, unsentimental case for government.An Article That Made Me Sad, and a Little Response to Readers|Michael Tomasky|June 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
When they came they made the very room smell, and the Graf in disgust ordered wine.
Graf Kuffstein, himself a convert from Lutheranism, was commissioned by the Emperor to urge his desires on the young prisoner.Rupert Prince Palatine|Eva Scott
Surely the present Graf has not collected all these instruments!The First Violin|Jessie Fothergill
This is also the view of Graf, Nldeke, Cornill, and many others.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Daniel|F. W. Farrar
Nearly two hundred men handled it and stood around until the Graf arrived.