Recent Examples of grandparent from the Web
She was born at the farm, which was home to her parents and grandparents.
Our parents and grandparents have to answer for the aluminum siding and the Flinstones-esque stone appliques of the 1960s and '70s.
My grandparents, born around 1900, faced a life expectancy of 49 years, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Huge workplace campaigns ask employees to take it, and schools advertise the vaccine for kids who might infect newborns or vulnerable grandparents, as well as fall ill themselves.
Couples became parents, became grandparents, became dead.
When these Southern kids were asked to impersonate their grandparents, the responses varied.
The social time is important for grandparents, too.
The Ayers — who upbraid her like stern grandparents, firm but not uncaring — have just called her out.
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