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- noun informal a
- noun rare a
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- noun the mother of your father or mother
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The true kings, meanwhile, rule quietly, if at all, and hate ruling; too many of them make il gran rifiúto; 18 and if they do not, the mob, as soon as they are likely to become useful to it, is pretty sure to make its gran rifiúto of them.
The picture with your gran is how I remember mine.
It's all too easy for me to "pass" and let society define me as merely "kind of Jewish looking"; but I think I should begin to reclaim my heritage while my gran is still alive.
In vano stimabili Signori vengono in gran numero mi far 'adorazione!
And if that’s not bad enough, my gran is a motorcycle riding social worker with tattoos from one end of her body to the other.
"Teach yo 'gran'-mammy how to milk the house cat," sneered Jud, while
'avesse l'inferno in gran dispetto,' – he had a very contemptible opinion of hell.
Memories. .my gran was a Hallatonian and her brothers remained in the village after she came South to work as a cook.
Since the winter is creeping up on us, there was also talk of a related drink called gran rakia, which is heated and blended with sugar.
Prancehall: “My lyrics are intelligent like brehs with 3 or more GCSEs / Your gran is a pitbull and the bitch has got fleas.”