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- n. The mother of one's grandparent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The mother of one's grandfather or grandmother.
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- n. a mother of your grandparent
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The castle has provided the inspiration and setting for the television series Downton Abbey and, following the show's popularity, Lady Carnarvon has written Lady Almina and the Real Downton Abbey: The Lost Legacy of Highclere Castle, a book about the history of the castle during the First World War and her husband's great-grandmother, which is out now £10, Hodder.
VoVo the Portuguese name my family affectionately called my great-grandmother was bedridden and receiving hospice care in the comfort of my grandparents’ home.
Referring to the wheel key in Gramma Marie’s papers—and checking it once, twice, three times—Corey slowly wrote down the first letter of Papa Legba’s word, the word his great-grandmother had uttered in a rage in 1929: M.
She was able to convince her husband and a few others, including my great-grandmother, and they got to the first lifeboat while everyone else was trying to ride out the storm.
“Oh, yes,” I said, trying to show him how many cigarette smokers I knew: my mother, my grandmother, my great-grandmother.
His great-grandmother was buried at a site designated as dump for mine tailings.
After a prosecution estimated to have cost taxpayers £20,0000, Joan Higgins, 66, a great-grandmother who has never been in trouble before, has been forced to wear a tag on her ankle like common criminal and given a seven-week curfew.
This person is usually the person to whom the book is dedicated; my great-grandmother in
Wanting to know more about her grandmother's family and the details of what happened to her great-grandmother in the Holocaust, Lisa flew to Minsk, Belarus, to meet with historian Tamara Vershitskaya, an expert on the Holocaust in Belarus.
Lisa wanted to find out what became of Yuri and to uncover the details of what actually happened to her great-grandmother.
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