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- n. Plural form of great-great-granddaughter.
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He's a serial sugar daddy who seems to have his identity wrapped around being attractive to women young enough to be his great-great-granddaughters.
Here had come the famed Virginia and Maryland beauties of an ancient day, and here still came their great-great-granddaughters to create envy among the flowers that steal from the earth to bloom in this valley of delight.
Some of the beautiful old gowns wrought in that day are still to be seen in colonial exhibitions, and are even occasionally worn by great-great-granddaughters at important mimic colonial functions.
Julian of Kent City, Mich., and Jane Duiser of Frankfort; two sons, Robert J. (Jeanie) Wilkin of Rossville and Philip W. (Marta) Wilkin of Pittsburgh, Pa.; eight grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; two step-great-grandchildren; and two great-great-granddaughters.
Another one of King's great-great-granddaughters, Coralie Starr King-Key, said that at the beginning of the controversy, she and friends wrote letters requesting that the statue stay in the nation's capitol.
During Tuesday's meeting, the board presented a resolution to several members of Disque's family, including his great-granddaughter, Joyce Agricola Parker, and two great-great-granddaughters, Clair Agricola Parker and Linda Parker.