The surname Grew might refer to:
- Dessie Grew (d. 1990), IRA volunteer
- Henry Grew (1781–1862), Christian teacher
- Joseph Grew (1880–1965), US diplomat
- Mark Grew (b. 1958), English footballer
- Nehemiah Grew (1641–1712), English botanist
Other articles related to "grew":
... it switched its morphological development as the plant grew ... diamond-shaped leaf scars left on the trunk and stems as the plant grew provide some of the most interesting and common fossils in Carboniferous shales and accompanying coal deposits ... As the tree grew, the leaf cushions expanded to accommodate the increasing width of the trunk ...
... Grew was appointed the Port Vale youth coach in December 1994 and stayed with the club for the next eight years ... to Leyton Orient at Brisbane Road on 20 October 2007, Grew gave a memorable post-match interview, saying that the team was "gutless.. ... On 8 October 2008, Grew rejected the opportunity to become assistant to recently appointed Port Vale manager Dean Glover ...
... Seamus Grew (died 12 December 1982) was a volunteer in the Irish National Liberation Army (INLA) who was killed in controversial circumstances by 14 Intelligence Company (The "Det ... Seamus was the brother of Dessie Grew, an IRA volunteer who was killed on 9 October 1990 ...
... Bruce grew up in the Balby area of Doncaster and, in his youth, was known to be a member of the 'Carr Hill' gang, a mixture of girls and boys who grew ... boxing and wrestling prowess within the Balby region, where they grew up ...
Famous quotes containing the word grew:
“I grew up in a tough neighborhood and we used to say you can get further with a kind word and a gun than just a kind word.”
—David Mamet, U.S. screenwriter, and Brian DePalma. Al Capone (Robert DeNiro)
“There grew pied wind-flowers and violets,
Daisies, those pearld Arcturi of the earth,
The constellated flower that never sets;
Faint oxlips; tender bluebells at whose birth
The sod scarce heaved; and that tall flower that wets
Its mothers face with heaven-collected tears,
When the low wind, its playmates voice, it hears.”
—Percy Bysshe Shelley (17921822)
“Have you ever been up in your plane at night, alone, somewhere, 20,000 feet above the ocean?... Did you ever hear music up there?... Its the music a mans spirit sings to his heart, when the earths far away and there isnt any more fear. Its the high, fine, beautiful sound of an earth-bound creature who grew wings and flew up high and looked straight into the face of the future. And caught, just for an instant, the unbelievable vision of a free man in a free world.”
—Dalton Trumbo (19051976)