Gregg may refer to:

  • Gregg (surname)
  • Gregg Sulkin, British actor
  • Gregg, California, United States
  • Gregg shorthand, a system of shorthand named after creator John Robert Gregg
  • Gregg Style Manual, a widely-used secretarial manual used for business (10th edition, ISBN 0-07-293653-3)
  • Greggs, the largest specialist retail bakery chain in the United Kingdom

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List Of Minor The Mighty Boosh Characters - C - Curly Jefferson
... Appears in The Legend of Old Gregg ... A corpse stuck to the roof of Old Gregg's underwater cave ... It is believed that Old Gregg killed him because Jefferson did not love him ...
Chris Gregg
... Chris Gregg QPM is a former Detective Chief Superintendent and was head of West Yorkshire Police's Homicide and Major Enquiry Team (HMET) ... Gregg joined the force in 1974 and as a constable was put on front-line duties in the Yorkshire Ripper inquiry in the Helen Rytka murder incident room ... In 2010 Gregg, together with Lord Stevens and Dr Angela Gallop, founded Axiom International Limited ...
Samuel Gregg - Biography
... After graduating from Dartmouth College in 1825, Gregg was partners with Dr ... It was on their recommendation that Gregg worked closely with Federal Vanderburgh while treating his daughter for advanced consumption and, although she eventually died from the disease, he ... previous homeopathists of the period generally lost patients, Gregg's practice experienced a surge in popularity ...
Chris Gregg - Career
... Gregg was born in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire and in a 34 year career, headed up some high profile criminal investigations of recent years including The kidnap and murder in November 2000 of 16-year old Leeds ... Gregg won £50,000 libel damages, plus costs, after being accused by Irish writer Noel O'Gara of "stitching up" John Humble as the writer of the hoax ... Gregg led the enquiry into the Harold Shipman deaths in West Yorkshire, when Shipman, a practising medical doctor, was apprehended, later having 218 murders positively ascribed to him ...