noun, plural Graf·en [grah-fuh n] /ˈgrɑ fən/. German.
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Contemporary Examples of graf
Here's one graf: The Woodward reporting has caused the White House spin machine to sputter at a crucial time.
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.InLightened--Really, You're Smarter Than This
September 13, 2012
UPDATE: In the first graf, I originally had 500,000 instead of 3.5 million.Alexander Cockburn, 1941-2012
July 22, 2012
Historical Examples of graf
“Come here,” said the Graf, seating himself and drawing the boy to him.
Surely the present Graf has not collected all these instruments!
She handed some pieces of paper to Graf Bruno, who looked at them.
It's all well, however, as long as Graf Hunyadi does not hear of it.That Boy Of Norcott's
Charles James Lever
Scheidemann had sold the revolution for a kiss from Graf Rantzau.Erik Dorn