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- n. Grandpa, grandfather.
- n. Old man.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the father of your father or mother
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The families simply cannot afford to feed another mouth, for whatever reason, and grannie, or gramps, is taken on an outing and told to stay while the rest of the family goes elsewhere, never to return.
The families simply cannot afford to feed another mouth, for whatever reason, and grannie, or gramps, is taken on an outing and told to wait while the rest of the family goes elsewhere, never to return.
Why no, gramps is not the slightest bit upset about Caribou Barbie’s incitement to violence against the American government.
That's Don Melton, aka gramps, who later worked at Eazel (on Nautilus), and now Apple (on Safari/Webkit).
My gramps was the cook, but she "taught him everything he knew!"
My gramps never saw action, but was in Europe for the clean up and lost friends.
Apparently, she has bitter feelings toward her gramps and just disregards his request, saying that contractors are cut off from their family and act based on reason and not on emotion.
Youko actually left the room earlier to give Hazuki and her gramps some private time to talk.
Gee, maybe now that granny and gramps are getting even MORE healthcare benefits, they can kick in to help pay the medical costs for their uninsured middle-class kids and grandkids who are still being largely ignored by this country.
She talked about the wedding, but she didn't say anything about gramps.
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