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Grimald, Nicholas

Nicholas Grimald (all: grĬm´ôld), 1519?–1562?, English poet. He contributed 40 poems to the first edition (1557) of Tottel's miscellany, of which "A Funeral Song upon the Decease of Annes, His Mother" is the most noteworthy. His other works include two Latin dramas and translations of Vergil and Cicero.

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Grimoald, Nicholas

Nicholas Grimoald: see Grimald, Nicholas.

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