Other articles related to "grace":
... Grace, Replaced" brought in 12.9 million American viewers upon its original broadcast in the United States, and making it the seventh highest-rated show ... Originally, Will Grace aired on Mondays, but due to insufficient viewership, NBC decided to move the program to Tuesdays at 930 p.m ... time slot change suggested that NBC felt that Will Grace had a better chance of becoming a success than the current sitcom Jesse ...
... The land which Grace Road is built on was bought by Leicestershire County Cricket Club in 1877 from the then Duke of Rutland and spent the massive sum of £40,000 on ... Grace ... Leicestershire left the Grace Road site in 1901 due to lack of public transport to the ground causing low crowds ...
... Peter Grace was head of the Commerce Department Committee on the Alliance for Progress ... Peter Grace to lead The Grace Commission on waste and inefficiency in the Federal government, said We have a problem that's been 40 years in the ... Starting with Peter Grace, we just wanted to get the very best people we could find, and I think we were successful ...
... Nickolas Grace (born 21 November 1947) is an English actor known for his roles on television, including Anthony Blanche in the acclaimed ITV adaptation ... Grace also played Dorien Green's husband Marcus in the 1990s British comedy series Birds of a Feather ...
... sketch show Inside Victor Lewis-Smith, Grace played Marcus Green, the long-suffering husband of Dorien in Birds of a Feather, in a couple of episodes between 1989 and 1997 ... Grace played Underling the Butler in The Drowsy Chaperone with Elaine Paige at the Novello Theatre, which ended its run on 4 August 2007 ... In 2012, Grace is currently starring in Chariots of Fire, the stage adaptation of the film of the same title ...
Famous quotes containing the word grace:
“Dead of a dark thing, John Holmes, youve been lost
in the college chapel, mourned as father and teacher,
mourned with piety and grace under the University Cross.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“Christ of His gentleness
Thirsting and hungering,
Walked in the wilderness;
Soft words of grace He spoke
Unto lost desert-folk
That listened wondering.”
—Robert Graves (18951985)
“Its nothing to be born ugly. Sensibly, the ugly woman comes to terms with her ugliness and exploits it as a grace of nature. To become ugly means the beginning of a calamity, self-willed most of the time.”
—Colette [Sidonie Gabrielle Colette] (18731954)