Some articles on gross:
... An instant hit, the movie grossed $23,681,338 at the domestic box office, making it the 12th highest grossing film of 1970 ... The movie also grossed $11,645,000 in rentals ...
... As of August 10, 2011, the film has a domestic gross of $31,418,697 with a foreign gross of $25,545,945 totaling an international gross of $56,964,642 ...
... Gross' first on air radio job was at WDZ while he was a student at Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois ... Gross anchored ABC coverage of the September 11 attacks, the execution of Timothy McVeigh, and the Iraq War ... Gross has worked for WABC (AM), WCBS (AM), WOR (AM) in New York City KLAC in Los Angeles WMAL in Washington, D.C ...
... www.gkhlaw.com Gross, Kleinhendler, Hodak, Halevy, Greenberg Co ... Joseph Gross, Hodak, Greenberg Co ... Joseph Gross, Hodak, Greenberg Co ...
... Chester Heilman Gross (October 13, 1888 – December 31, 1969) was a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania ... Gross was born on a farm in East Manchester Township, York County, Pennsylvania ... Gross was elected as a Republican to the Seventy-sixth Congress, but was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1940 ...
More definitions of "gross":
- (verb): Earn before taxes, expenses, etc..
- (adj): Of general aspects or broad distinctions.
Example: "The gross details of the structure appear reasonable"
- (adj): Repellently fat.
- (adj): Before any deductions.
Example: "Gross income"
- (adj): Conspicuously and tastelessly indecent.
Example: "A revoltingly gross expletive"
Synonyms: coarse, crude, earthy, vulgar
- (adj): Visible to the naked eye (especially of rocks and anatomical features).
- (noun): Twelve dozen.
Famous quotes containing the word gross:
“In the gross and scope of mine opinion,
This bodes some strange eruption to our state.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“When life has been well spent, age is a loss of what it can well spare,muscular strength, organic instincts, gross bulk, and works that belong to these. But the central wisdom, which was old in infancy, is young in fourscore years, and dropping off obstructions, leaves in happy subjects the mind purified and wise.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“There is not a more disgusting spectacle under the sun than our subserviency to British criticism. It is disgusting, first, because it is truckling, servile, pusillanimoussecondly, because of its gross irrationality. We know the British to bear us little but ill willwe know that, in no case do they utter unbiased opinions of American books ... we know all this, and yet, day after day, submit our necks to the degrading yoke of the crudest opinion that emanates from the fatherland.”
—Edgar Allan Poe (18091845)