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  • n. A parent of a great-grandparent. A grandparent of a grandparent.


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  • Like Spain, the country is in the midst of a great-great-grandparent boom; the population of centenarians is growing at 11 percent a year.6 In 1963, the first year records were kept, the country counted 153 people age 100 or over.

    Shock of Gray

  • My great-great-grandparent is a k8, a cat, a mission.

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  • If you're lucky, you've got 23 from each parent; sometimes you get an extra one or drop one out, but -- so you can skip the grandparent and great-grandparent stage and go right to the great-great-grandparent.

    Marvin Minsky on health and the human mind

  • It features familiar stock characters and broad, slapstick style performances, and might be considered the great-great-grandparent of most of TV sitcoms and cartoons. - Local News

  • "It -" the great-great-grandparent will probably respond, a flood of memories rushing out of the dark past, "- was wonderful."

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  • The meaning is that logically a great-great-grandchild presupposes a great-great-grandparent, who is posited as such only in relation to the great-great-grandchild; the one cannot exist as such without the other.

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  • The 100 people who crowded into Lee Circuit Judge James H. Seals 'courtroom for the ceremony Saturday included scores of new brothers and sisters, godparents, grandparents and at least one great-great-grandparent.


  • Was there an ancient memory buried deep in Sooner’s brain, one inherited from a wily great-great-grandparent who’d battled a Highland wolf in a setting like this one?



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