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         Ward Grady:     more books (15)
  1. Moby Word Lists
  2. Torts: Cases and Questions,2004 publication by Ward-Grady,Mark F Farnsworth, 2004-01-01
  3. Michael Waldron and Mary Grady: A family history by Kathleen Rauschl Ward, 2001
  4. Torts: Cases and Questions: TEACHER'S MANUAL by Ward and Grady, Mark Farnsworth, 2009
  5. Torts: Cases and Questions by Ward Farnsworth, Mark F. Grady, 2004-03-01
  6. Poets and Artists: O&S June 2010 by William Rose, 2010-05-07
  7. Anthology of Poetry & Short Fiction of the Pickup Poets Society by Terry Hensel, Katherine Ward, et all 1997
  8. Dorothy Day: With Love for the Poor (Unsung Americans) by Jim O'Grady, 1993-09
  9. The new century speaker for school and college. A collection of extracts from the speeches of Henry Cabot Lodge, Chauncey M. Depew, Charles H. Parkhurst, Henry W. Grady, James G. Blaine, James A. Garfield, Henry Ward Beecher, William H. Seward, Wendell Phillips, George William Curtis, and others;
  11. The new century speaker for school and college. : a collection of extracts from the speeches of Henry Cabot Lodge, Chauncey M. Depew, Charles H. Parkhurst, Henry W. Grady, James G. Blaine, James A. Garfield, Henry Ward Beecher, William H. Seward, Wendell Philips, George William Curtis, and others
  12. Are you Irish or normal? by John O'Grady, 1970
  13. Children's Scripture Puzzles: Reproducible Activities and Family Discussion for Sundays Through the Church Year: (Cycle C) by Kathleen O'Connell Chesto, Elizabeth Chesto, 1991-12
  14. Red Hugh's captivity: A picture of Ireland, social and political, in the reign of Queen Elizabeth by Standish O'Grady, 1889

41. AtariAge - Programmers - Grady Ward
Grady Ward. Title, Label, Position, System, Company, Year, Rarity. BeanyBopper, Red Sirius, Programmer, 20th Century Fox, Beany Bopper, Programmer,Xante,

42. Grady Ward Motion To Compel
Grady Ward, an individual, Defendant ) ) ) No. C96 20207 RMW (EAI)FIRST MOTION TO COMPEL PLAINTIFF Date Time Courtroom Hon.
======== UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA RELIGIOUS TECHNOLOGY CENTER, a California non-profit corporation, Plaintiff, vs. GRADY WARD, an individual, Defendant ) ) ) No. C-96 20207 RMW (EAI) FIRST MOTION TO COMPEL PLAINTIFF Date: Time: Courtroom: Hon. Edward A. Infante After failing to reach compromise with the adverse counsel as required by L.R.37-1(b), the defendant hereby asks the Court to compel the plaintiff to answer defendant's interrogatories number 1, 2, and 3, served upon the plaintiff on August 13, 1996. The Interrogatories are as follows: 1. List each and all whereabouts and safekeeping arrangement of each and all components of the "Advanced Technology" materials since the earliest of the inception, dissemination or reduction to tangible from of such material to the present. 2. Identify all persons and organizations who have had or could have had access to any of the "Advanced Technology" materials whether authorized or not since the earliest of the inception, dissemination, or reduction to tangible form of such material to the present. This includes, but is not limited to, custodians and guards of such materials in addition to parishioner and anyone else who could have perceived the contents of the materials. 3. Identify each and every confidentiality agreement executed by any person or organization who has had or could have had access to any of the "Advanced Technology." The reason why the defendant needs the information for all these propounded Interrogatories is similar: the plaintiff has alleged that the defendant has misappropriated the plaintiff's alleged trade secrets and the defendant wishes to prove that the plaintiff has not taken reasonable precautions under the circumstances to protect those alleged trade secrets. Unlike other enterprises deriving value from their alleged trade secrets, the plaintiff and Churches of Scientology do not simply create an independant product or service from their alleged trade secret method or process, they actually deliver the trade secret method or process itself to the final consumer that they label a "parishioner." Compare this practice to, say, a manufacturer such as Intel Corporation. Intel also maintains trade secrets in it methods and processes of its wafer fabrication and other tooling for semiconductors. However Intel does not sell the tooling, methods, or processes themselves, only the products such as microprocessor chips that are derived from such trade secret processes. Since each and every customer (or "parishioner") of the plaintiff obtains the "service" that is the essence of the Hubbard exorcism of murdered space aliens ("body thetans" or "clusters") described the public portion of the OTIII Advanced Technology, the burden of the plaintiff in maintaining adequate and reasonable safeguards on confidentiality of the alleged trade secrets is highly enhanced in scope. Rather than ensuring the security of a small group of technicians and a relatively limited physical plant in the case of the Intel Corporation, the plaintiff and related Scientology Enterprises must ensure that each and every "parishioner" or customer sign confidentiality agreements an that each and every licensee of the Advanced Technology material has itself taken such reasonable and necessary precautions to reasonably maintain the confidentiality and secrecy of the material from its very beginning. And, of course, trade secrets can fall with the weakest link. If at any time since their inception and dissemination the plaintiff or predecessor organizations failed to take such reasonable or adequate precautions to enforce the confidentiality of their alleged trade secret Advanced Technology and thereby the material was lawfully generally known, then the plaintiff loses any such trade secret protection according to California law. It very well may be burdensome to provide the defendant with this crucial information that the chain of confidentiality and reasonable efforts to maintain secrecy under the circumstances has been met by the plaintiff for works that compose the "Advanced Technology." But it is a burden that the plaintiff has brought on upon itself by the very nature of it delivering the essence of the alleged trade secrets to each and every customer or parishioner through its large number of licensee churches of scientology. By not providing this information to the defendant, he will not fairly be able to show that the material claimed as trade secret is in fact not entitled to such protection and will be thus irrevocably prejudiced in his in forma pauperis pro per defense against a wealthy and litigious cult. Respectfully submitted, Dated: October 11, 1996 Grady Ward, in pro per 1 FIRST MOTION TO COMPEL PLAINTIFF No. C 96-20207

43. Caught On Kodak: Scientology Also Exploiting Children And Elderly
All three group photographs above by Grady Ward, used with permission. Foto byGrady Ward, used with permission. Foto by Grady Ward, used with permission.
Caught on Kodak:
Scientology also exploiting children and elderly
(This page would load faster if Scientology would exploit less people)
The above is only one half of the abuse; scroll to the right to see more of it.
(All people on the images below are Scientologists)
Foto by Shy David , used with permission
All three group photographs above by Grady Ward , used with permission
Foto by Grady Ward
used with permission
Foto by Grady Ward , used with permission
Foto by Grady Ward , used with permission
The guy above came to set up a stereo. The protesters laughed at him because he had initially forgotten the extension cord, and then had problems to set up the music. The purpose of the music was of course to prevent the Scientologists from hearing us. The foto above is somewhat misleading:
the woman's eyes do not glow, nor
has her left arm been cut off.
These illusions are angle / light problems. The foto above was taken through a car mirror, so it may or may not be distorted. Foto by Grady Ward , used with permission (Is this the chain of mind control?)

44. The Heritage Of Wayne County - North Carolina: Grady Family Genealogy Abstracts
394. 781. The Family of RB Price. RB Price married Mary Hinton Ward (born 23 Aug1861 – died 25 Feb 1946), daughter of Henry Ward and Mary Grady. 395. 784.
Grady The Grady family is mentioned in the book "The Heritage of Wayne County – North Carolina" in the following passages: Page(s) Section # Alex Casey Family Edgar Robert Casey, Sr. Narcissa Grady (b. April 30, 1888, d. April 3, 1960) was the daughter of John Henry Grady (b. Dec 9, 1853, d. Oct. 1920) and Hepsy Sanderson (b. Aug. 16, 1860, d. Nov. 1923). Ed and Narcissa had nine children: Edgar Robert Jr., Sarah Hepsy Covington, Hugh Sam, Carl Cornelius, Rexford, Warren Coleman, Leslie, Clarence Lewis. Lemuel and Julia Simmons Casey Lemuel Casey married Julia Simmons, daughter of Daniel Hargett Simmons and Eliza Ann Grady. Julia died Dec. 10, 1862 and is buried at the old Simmons home near Albertson, NC. Julia’s tombstone reads "Julian", a contraction of Julia Anne. The Family of James Clarence Crone, Sr. George Crone married Hazel Grady. The Family of John Preston (Press) Daly Milfred Dennis Daly Milfred Bryant Daly was born November 11, 1948. He married May Lynn Grady of Mt. Olive, NC. John R. Gardner and Descendents John Gardner was the son of Josiah S. Gardner and Phoeby Ham. He was born May 30, 1879 in northern Wayne County. His first marriage was to Nannie Grady on March 31, 1900 at New Hope. Nannie Grady was born February 15, 1879 and died April 28, 1915. She is buried in the New Hope Friends Cemetery, just off Highway 111 south.

45. Federal Judge Issues Permanent Injuction Against Copyright Infringer Grady Ward
COPYRIGHT INFRINGER Grady Ward. $3,000,000 payable if he defaults orlibels. Scientology officials. San Jose, California A $3,000,000
September 18, 1998 Contact:
Mr. Warren McShane
FEDERAL JUDGE ISSUES PERMANENT INJUNCTION AGAINST $3,000,000 payable if he defaults or libels Scientology officials
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46. Subject: FLASH! GENE INGRAM + GRADY WARD Date: Mon, 8 May 1995 22:57:05 GMT Gene
Subject FLASH! GENE INGRAM + Grady Ward Date Mon, 8 May 1995 225705 GMT GeneIngram sl. Grady Ward +1 707 826 7715 (voice / 24hr FAX)
Subject: FLASH! GENE INGRAM + GRADY WARD Date: Mon, 8 May 1995 22:57:05 GMT Gene Ingram sl
givecookie("BodyThetans", "Skeptic Tank Archives") E-Mail Fredric L. Rice / The Skeptic Tank

47. Subject: Scientologists Pay Me A Visit! Date: Sat, 15 Apr 1995 01:25:07 GMT Two
ID 3muri9$ References 3mqrlc$ Keith Henson) wrote Grady Ward (
Subject: Scientologists pay me a visit! Date: Sat, 15 Apr 1995 01:25:07 GMT Two scientolog
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology From: (Grady Ward) Subject: Scientologists pay me a visit! Message-ID: Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology Subject: Re: Scientologists pay me a visit! Date: 15 Apr 1995 07:35:14 GMT Organization: Lightside, Inc. Lines: 122 Message-ID: References: NNTP-Posting-Host: wbarwell@Starbase.NeoSoft.COM (William Barwell) wrote: > > In article , Grady Ward Organization: +1 707 826 7715 X-Newsreader: TIN [version 1.2 PL1] References: Organization: +1 707 826 7715 References: Date: Sat, 15 Apr 1995 13:31:16 GMT I speculate that the (OSA?) guy from SanFrancisco (Jack) was on an intelligence gathering mission: what kind of person and house, perimeter, apparent wealth, kind of family, obvious alarms or dogs, how telephone service gets to house, etc etc etc. You'd be surprised at the amount of stuff you can get in a "routine" visit. I doubt the local criminal cult member, Ray, had anything to do with the plan except act as backup to Jack. I'll provide more details (case number, etc) as they become available. I'm faxing the police station a couple of newspaper articles (Los Angeles Times series part 6) to add to the TIME article. While I've briefed a few of my key neighbors (read: the "networked" ones) I'll go around again with copies of the articles and my story to back up my previous alert. Grady Ward +1 707 826 7715 (voice / 24hr FAX) - From: Chris Miller

48. Midwest Beer Notes | O'Grady's Brewery & Pub
It s really an ongoing process, explains Bob Ward, O Grady s Brewmaster. We believe in continuous improvement in all areas of the business.
Search Beer Notes:
June 4, 2004
Chicago-style pub hopping in Arlington Heights April, 1998 by Brian Gustafson What is a Chicago style, Chicago theme brewpub, complete with lots of Chicago memorabilia and even beers named after famous Chicago landmarks and events, doing in Arlington Heights? The answer is that it is doing very well. O'Grady's, located just east of the intersection of Golf and Arlington Heights Roads, gives west and northwest suburban customers a taste of vintage Windy City atmosphere. Walking through the front door is like being transported back in time. A huge floor to ceiling mural dominates the wall opposite the door. It portrays a view of Lasalle Street as it might have looked around the turn of the century, with a couple of exceptions. There is an O'Grady's Pub in the mural that did not actually exist at that location, and proprietors Art O'Grady and his sons Dan and David are also painted into the scene as pedestrians along the sidewalk. As you continue, you might think that you stepped into a Chicago speakeasy in 1920. The restaurant area is elegantly appointed in rich mahogany woods and red carpets and wall coverings. The ceiling fixtures are reminiscent of old brass gas lamps. Beautiful antiques are in abundance. Thick wood panels inlaid with leaded glass separate the rooms. And there is even an old upright piano in the corner. The bar is intimate, seating only 39 patrons. The dining room seats 180. Beyond the plush dining room are two banquet/meeting rooms each capable of easily seating 40 or 100 collectively in the same type of warm splendor as the dining area. The walls of these two rooms are lined with old photographs and prints of famous Chicago landmarks, events and people that were acquired from the Chicago Historical Society. There is a beer garden that is open in warmer weather that seats another 50 customers.

49. Dictionaries For International Ispell
(Note if you have difficulty following this link, go to The GutenbergProject and use their search form to look for Ward, Grady .);
Dictionaries for International Ispell
Many people have contributed dictionaries and affix files to allow ispell to be used with their native languages. These are listed below. Unlike the languages/Where file in the distribution, this list includes only dictionaries that are actually intended for use with ispell. Some of the affix files distributed with ispell are identical to or are based on the affix files at the ftp sites listed below. Older affix files from some of these sites will require changes to the defstringtype and altstringtype statements to specify a deformatter before they will work with ispell 3.1. This is done by adding a new quoted string, "TeX" or "nroff" , after the first quoted string in the statement. Sites that use large numbers of affixes, or that use ISO Latin-1 character sets, will usually get better results by using Martin Boyer's perl-based version of munchlist rather than the one distributed with ispell. Please do not write me asking where to find dictionaries that are not listed on this page. Everything I know is posted here. On the other hand, if you find an error or broken link in the page, or if you know of a dictionary that is not listed, please do send mail to

50. Elección De Passwords
Translate this page Debo la mayor parte de la información de este artículo a las PASSWORD.FAQde Grady Ward ( Gracias a él ya todos
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51. The Institute For Language, Speech And Hearing
On June 1 Grady Ward announced that the fruits of the Moby project were being placedin the public domain The Moby lexicon project is complete and has been
On June 1 Grady Ward announced that the fruits of the Moby project were being placed in the public domain: The Moby lexicon project is complete and has been place into the public domain. Use, sell, rework, excerpt and use in any way on any platform. Placing this material on internal or public servers is also encouraged. The compiler is not aware of any export restrictions so freely distribute world-wide. You can verify the public domain status by contacting Grady Ward 3449 Martha Ct. Arcata, CA 95521-4884 The project is available from this site : either as a complete distribution [26MB] or as set of subprojects:
Moby Hyphenator
185,000 entries fully hyphenated
mhyph.tar.Z [980kB]
Moby Language
Word lists in five of the world's great languages
mlang.tar.Z [2.3MB]
Moby Part-of-Speech
230,000 entries fully described by part(s) of speech, listed in priority order
mpos.tar.Z [1.2MB]
Moby Pronunciator
175,000 entries fully International Phonetic Alphabet coded

52. Re Did Earl Cooley Libel Grady Ward?
Re Did Earl Cooley libel Grady Ward? By (Cerberus)26 Jun 1995 123612 0400 In article lt3sk79i$cab@ixnews6

53. INGRAM UPDATE 25 May [Re: Criminal & Civil Liability]
56.010, 9A.56.040, or gross misdemeanor theft under RCW 9A.56.010, 9A.56.050, justbecause the photographs were returned to Rubye K. Ward, Grady Ward s mother.

54. Newsgroups,alt.religion.scientology,,alt.religion.scientology,,alt.2600,alt.censorship, (Grady Ward) Subject Re
Newsgroups:,alt.religion.scientology,,alt.2600,alt.censorship, From: (Grady Ward) Subject: Re: Cult spies and Grady's mother Message-ID: Organization: +1 707 826 7715 References: Date: Mon, 15 May 1995 14:07:02 GMT Several people have asked: "Why didn't I warn my mother?" I *did* warn my mother. I have phoned, faxed, and e-mailed information about the criminal cult of scientology to my family and friends and certain business associates. My mother is in her seventies and has the habit that I never hope she loses of believing people tell the truth. I guess it is not that hard to dupe a 74-year old widow, especially when the criminal cult *drills* on lying. Grady Ward +1 707 826 7715 (voice / 24hr FAX) Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology,,,alt.censorship, From: (Grady Ward) Subject: Re: FLASH! GENE INGRAM=JACK HOFF Message-ID: Organization: +1 707 826 7715 References:

55. Dutch Protest Against Scientology - Letter To Judge Whyte
April 4, 1996. Letter sent to Judge Whytie in Gry Ward s case, protesting the listof items Grady Ward was to hand over to Scientology before they depose him.
dutch protest against scientology




Letter to Judge Whyte
a.r.s., April 4, 1996
Karin Spaink
(address snipped) To:
Hon. Ronald M. Whyte, Federal Judge Northern District of California San Jose, CA CC: Magistrate Judge Infante Grady Ward Amsterdam, April 4, 1996 Concerning: No. C 96-20207 RMW Dear Judge Whyte: Today on alt.religion.scientology, I read the list of documents that Scientology's lawyers require from Mr. Ward for their deposition of him. In that document, the so-called "Notice of Deposition of Defendant Grady Ward and Request for Production of Documents And Things", a list of persons is included; Scientology wants all Mr. Ward's private communication with the people on this list to be handed over to them. A copy of the March 12 verdict is included at the end of this letter. I fail to understand why my name is on the list plaintiffs have presented Mr. Ward with. Mr. Ward and I do not know each other, and to the best of my knowledge the first e-mail I ever addressed to him was sent on March 24, 1996, upon hearing that your court had issued a TRO against him at Scientology's request. I mailed him some advice and later offered him the use of my personal archive of alt.religion.scientology postings, should he need it. (And I will now e-mail him a courtesy copy of this letter.) Mr. Ward may of course have saved some postings I made to the alt.religion.scientology newsgroup, as I often post there to inform others about my legal proceedings here.

56. Zenon Vs CoS: Psychotic Organizations & Lawyers
Grady Ward wrote I found out that the criminal cult is tellingthe Judge that the NOTs that I filed under seal is a *forgery*.
Grady Ward wrote:
I received a fax from Grady. Shortly thereafter I filed the following brief by fax. The translation is very litteral, please excuse the Swedishisms. Primary court of Stockholm
P O Box 8307
104 20 Stockholm
Cases T 7-866-96, B 7-3475-96 and Ä 9-87-96.
In the USA, RTC has sued and carries a process against a certain Grady Ward , with allegations that he violates the American equivalent to the law on protection of trade secrets. RTC has made its case against Grady Ward relevant in the abovementioned cases through its file attachement 9 in case T 7-866-96. RTC's case against Grady Ward stands or falls with the question whether the NOTs have been made public or not. The material whose reproduction and/or distribution through me constitutes the core and ground of all the above cases, appears in file attachement 37 in case T 7-866-96. The greatest part of this material, namely (my) NOTs, are reproduced in the primary court's file with protocol number ADM 1.14.6/96. Grady Ward has received a copy of the latter document and filed it in the American court as evidence of the fact that the NOTs have been publicized. The copy that Grady Ward handed in to the court is bound with security string and is attested by the registrar of the administrative section of the primary court of Stockholm. RTC and its representatives live perhaps in the naive belief that the RTC's counterparts cannot communicate with each-other, and that the RTC can both eat the cake and have it by presenting mutually contradicting claims in different cases. Fortunately this is not accurate, and the RTC has to choose between giving up its suit against Grady Ward or giving up its suit against me.

57. Art From Ancient Arts: Artistic Creations In Stone By Flint Knapper, Grady Ward
Grady Ward Partin uses the timeworn artistry of flint knapping to create works ofart from stone, antler, wood, feathers and fur, bound with natural glues and
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58. - Search The 1920 Census - Oklahoma - Grady County - Chickasha By D
Grady – Chickasha 1920 US Federal Census • Oklahoma • Grady • ChickashaChoose an Enumeration District District 164, Chickasha city; Ward 1 (part of

59. - Search The 1910 Census - Oklahoma - Grady County - Chickasha City
Chickasha city 1910 US Federal Census • Oklahoma • Grady • Chickasha cityChoose an Enumeration District District 94, Chickasha city; Ward 1 (part of

60. Obit Of Phyllis Francis Tootie [Moser] Ward (w630) - Grady
Obit of Phyllis Francis Tootie Moser Ward (w630) Grady County, Oklahoma Submittedby Sandi Carter 12 Oct 2003 Return to Grady County
Obit of Phyllis Francis "Tootie" [Moser] Ward (w630) - Grady County, Oklahoma Submitted by: Sandi Carter

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