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  • n. Plural form of grandnephew.


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  • But Jim McKiernan said his two grandnephews — one of whom carried the "Recall Walker" sign — were most likely just in awe of the spectacle.

    Police: Wisconsin protest Saturday 'one of largest'

  • In this cartoon, Scrooge McDuck tries to teach his grandnephews Huey, Dewey and Louie how to save money.

    Scrooge McDuck and Money (1967) - The Retroist

  • Seven grandnephews served as pallbearers—an indication of the size of the Carver-Green extended family that had settled in the West.

    Raymond Carver

  • The grandchildren or grandnephews and nieces will soon be the only heirs.

    Plunder of the Arts: the Monuments Men

  • Ms. Wilker talked about her husband and her 28 nieces and nephews and 62 grandnieces and grandnephews.

    A New View, After Diagnosis

  • Denied entry into the United States, his dream of joining his grandnephews in running a sushi bar in Florida went stale.

    ‘Kept In a State of Limbo’

  • "I hope they stay around here and they'll have a lot of friends and a lot of support," Daniel Esh, a 57-year-old Amish artist and woodworker whose three grandnephews were inside the school during the attack, said of the Robertses.

    Archive 2006-10-08

  • If it weren't for the family reunion, one of her grandnephews, now a schoolteacher, would never have heard that story.

    Family Stories Mark a Family Reunion

  • She even remembered what to call the many uncles, aunties, great-grandnephews and other relatives.

    Mao's last dancer

  • "Their grandmother was King Tedric's own sister — they are his grandnieces and grandnephews just as your own children are."

    Through Wolfs Eyes


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