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greatgrandchildren

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  • n. Alternative form of great-grandchildren; plural form of greatgrandchild.

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  • Not that our greatgrandchildren will have to worry about that yet.

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  • June 3rd, 2008 1: 25 pm ET you think obama having radical friends is a problem, you wait till mcsame gives you a radical economy and send all your children, grandchildren and greatgrandchildren to war because he wants to be in Iraq for over a hundred years.

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  • But he -- or more likely, one of his children, grandchildren, or greatgrandchildren, yeah, verily, unto the seventh generation -- was showing up a lot lately, and getting more bold.

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  • Helms of Baxter; one sister, Dimple Fields of Wartsaw, Indiana; six grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren.

    Genealogue Challenge #112

  • Mr. M is survived by two sons, Jerry M of Chewelah and Lester R of Auburn, Wash.; one daughter, Pat S of Spokane; two sisters, Lela I of Alamo, Texas, and Treva Timm of Phoenix; 16 grandchildren and 21 greatgrandchildren.

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  • 'If she doesn't, we shall just have to delay ending our engagement until either she does or I find an alternative way of convincing my grandfather that one of my sisters can provide him with his greatgrandchildren.'

    The Demetrios Virgin

  • I remember that I used to think a great deal about this when I was flying over valleys full of little cottages with small plots of land, or when we traveled through the tobacco plantations of Pinar del Rio and saw myriads of little houses in those valleys where the great-grandparents, the grandparents, the parents and the children, the grandchildren and even the greatgrandchildren lived.

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  • The demand for enduring woods replaced the market for green pine and men planned homes to accommodate their greatgrandchildren and not to attract prospective buyers before the plaster cracked.

    Greener Than You Think

  • We cut off the tails of mice to discover if the operation affected their greatgrandchildren.

    Greener Than You Think

  • He left eight children, fifty-two grandchildren, and ten greatgrandchildren, seventy descendants in all -- English, German, Welsh, and Scotch-Irish blended into one family of Americans.

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