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  • noun Plural form of grandkid.

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Examples

  • One option if you have several grandkids is to set up a single “pot” trust rather than individual trusts.

    Tax savers: Tax-wise gifts to grandkids

  • My sister's children were married by a married deacon friend, and he baptized the grandkids, too.

    The Third and the Fourth

  • I have to say that, in this instance and in my opinion, his outburst was more stupid and politically incorrect than anything, more comparable to Howard Cossell's infamous 'monkey' gaffe (he called his grandkids monkeys) than a deliberate comparison.

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  • I have to say that, in this instance and in my opinion, his outburst was more stupid and politically incorrect than anything, more comparable to Howard Cossell's infamous 'monkey' gaffe (he called his grandkids monkeys) than a deliberate comparison.

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  • I have to say that, in this instance and in my opinion, his outburst was more stupid and politically incorrect than anything, more comparable to Howard Cossell's infamous 'monkey' gaffe (he called his grandkids monkeys) than a deliberate comparison.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • I have to say that, in this instance and in my opinion, his outburst was more stupid and politically incorrect than anything, more comparable to Howard Cossell's infamous 'monkey' gaffe (he called his grandkids monkeys) than a deliberate comparison.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • I have to say that, in this instance and in my opinion, his outburst was more stupid and politically incorrect than anything, more comparable to Howard Cossell's infamous 'monkey' gaffe (he called his grandkids monkeys) than a deliberate comparison.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • I have to say that, in this instance and in my opinion, his outburst was more stupid and politically incorrect than anything, more comparable to Howard Cossell's infamous 'monkey' gaffe (he called his grandkids monkeys) than a deliberate comparison.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • It may be regional, but it does warm the heart, and I would rather call my grandkids little puka kids than zeroes, aughties or Oh's.

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  • It may be regional, but it does warm the heart, and I would rather call my grandkids little puka kids than zeroes, aughties or Oh's.

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