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AcronymDefinition
GGFGegebenenfalls (German: if necessary)
GGFGeschäftsführer (German)
GGFGlobal Grid Forum
GGFGreat-Grandfather
GGFGlass and Glazing Federation (UK)
GGFGang Gang Foo (Del Records)
GGFGolden Gate Fields (horse racing track; California)
GGFGood Gaming Fun
GGFGrace Gospel Fellowship (Grand Rapids, MI)
GGFGilroy Garlic Festival (California)
GGFGood Good Friday
GGFGo Get Fouled (polite form)
GGFGround Gain Forward
GGFGlobal Bulgaria and Romania Growth Fund
GGFGift of Givers Foundation
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References in classic literature ?
But the duke kind of soured on him, and didn't look a bit satisfied with the way things was going; still, the king acted real friendly towards him, and said the duke's great-grandfather and all the other Dukes of Bilgewater was a good deal thought of by HIS father, and was allowed to come to the palace considerable; but the duke stayed huffy a good while, till by and by the king says:
"I've always heard that Great-Grandfather and Great-Grandmother were very much attached to each other."
This little one shall no more be called Little Toomai, but Toomai of the Elephants, as his great-grandfather was called before him.
Sir Edward, this sword, notwithstanding its strange shape and gilded chasing, was wielded with marvellous effect, if history tells the truth, a hundred and thirty years ago by my great-grandfather when he fought his way to the throne.
One of your great-grandfathers signed the Declaration, and another was a general on Washington's staff, and received General Burgoyne's sword after the battle of Saratoga.
Radcliffe, who is Jewish on his mother's side, read the note as the show explored how Samuel Gershon, the 42-year-old Jewish businessman who was his great-grandfather, spent years building up the family's London jewelry store only to lose everything after the business was robbed in 1936.
While none of the first two generations are alive to talk about it with me, I believe my great-grandfather was like most business owners.
The haircut came on June 13, the same day his great-grandfather would have turned 95, and the schoolboy has also raised just over PS800 in the process.
"The brothers have been fighting over a piece of land left behind by their great-grandfather. On Saturday, they took a machete and cut the deceased severally and died on the spot," said Njeru.
Detailing why his great-grandfather received one of the highest medals for bravery, Maj Smith said it reduced him to tears.
Micah, 21, has a close link with his great-grandfather as they both played brass instruments.