GGGF

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GGGFGreat-Great-Grandfather
GGGFGolden Gopher Growth Fund
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In spite of Gavin's reverence of his great-great-grandfather, he is today saddled with the task of keeping Mr Happy's teeming customers not only satisfied but also truly happy.
Her great-great-grandfather, Thomas Temple, was born in the market town on May 23, 1871.
BBC2, 9pm When Prince Charles began his affair with Camilla Parker-Bowles, both were aware that history was repeating itself -her great-grandmother, Alice Keppel, and his great-great-grandfather, Edward VII, had also been lovers.
The journey begins when our heroine, Victoria Line, comes upon her great-great-grandfather A.
Jensen, who has been putting her family's history together the past few years, heard Feeter was coming again and faxed him some information last Friday that she had about her great-great-grandfather.
Producer Gill Parry explained: "One of the main props is a 12in penis in a glass jar which sits on a mantelpiece and is a gift from the lead's great-great-grandfather.
What would it be worth to my imaginary sled owner to be able to give his grandchildren a plaything that their great-great-grandfather had ridden on?
Likewise, the lock that originally shackled Steve Pace, the great-great-grandfather of the author and illustrator was presented to Lorenzo Pace following the funeral of his father, Bishop Elder Eddie T.
The mobilization of people has been as great as that of the anti-slavery campaign in Britain in the 1820s and 1830s, which was led by William Wilberforce and my great-great-grandfather, Thomas Fowell Buxton.
It tells of the narrator's great-great-grandfather, who first acquired the property and began the successful operation of a paper mill there, a tradition continued by the narrator's great-grandfather and grandfather as well.
Haley traced his roots back to the small West African country where his great-great-grandfather Kunta Kinte was captured more than 200 years ago and brought to America as a slave.