Recent Examples of grandparent from the Web
Though the streets where his grandparents walked have known much struggle, Ford said, the district now seems to be finding a new chapter.
The AfD claimed that Käßmann, speaking at a church assembly event in Berlin in May, had said that any citizen with two German parents and four German grandparents was a neo-Nazi.
Most notable, over the past year or so, the family told her, three dogs at the development, including one belonging to the boy’s grandparents, had been infected with blastomycosis.
Guenther has an uncle with cerebral palsy; his condition motivated his parents (Guenther’s grandparents) to build, more or less by hand, a center for the disabled in the L.A.-area community of La Puente.
My grandparents were all domestics, and there's no shame in that.
Many rural parents leave kids in the care of grandparents.
At gastropub Finka, chef-owner Eileen Andrade serves the same crispy croquetas as at Islas Canarias, a chain of restaurants her grandparents founded in the ’70s.
The museum also takes fans back to Geisel’s early days in Springfield, and children can play in replicas like the local bakery run by Geisel’s grandparents.
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