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GGMGrupo Guatemalteco de Mujeres (Spanish: Guatemalan Women's Group; Guatemala)
GGMGreat-Grandmother
GGMGroup General Manager (business title)
GGMGlucose/Galactose Malabsorption
GGMGolden Gourmet Mushrooms, Inc. (California)
GGMGrupo Granjas Marinas (Spanish; Honduran marine farming company)
GGMGravity and Granular Materials
GGMGravity Gradient Mode
GGMGravity Gradiometer Mission (NASA)
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"That's a nice way to speak of your great-grandmother," said Felicity severely.
"I've always heard that Great-Grandfather and Great-Grandmother were very much attached to each other."
"Great-Grandmother seemed to run short of rhymes at the last of the epitaph," commented Dan.
In the room where the girl lived with her 80-year-old great-grandmother, clothes, quilts, toys, bags, and plastic bags occupied the bed, and there was almost no space to sleep in, CNA reported.
Moments earlier, Chance Blue and Skylar Weaver were waiting in the back seat as their great-grandmother dropped off a relative at a hospital in Middletown, Ohio, on Thursday afternoon.
The great-grandmother's bucket list also says she wants to reach 100 to get a letter from the Queen and wants to try a spicy dish at a curry house on her 95th birthday.
A century later, when I set out to investigate this piece of my family's history for a book I am writing about the murder, I knew almost nothing about my great-grandmother. I had just one photograph of her, taken on her wedding day.
As a young girl, Bowles boasted about her great-grandmother's affairs with the King while studying at Queen's Gate boarding school near Kensington Palace.
Britain's Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, visits IWM, the Imperial War Museum, to view letters relating to the three brothers of her great-grandmother, all of whom fought and died in the First World War, in London, Wednesday, Oct.
Pictured left to right with her are: Charlotte Toon, 24, mother; Sharon Toon aged 52, grandmother; Heather Curtlin, 74, great grandmother and Mavis Booth aged 93, great great-grandmother.
"The birth is particularly significant for us, as his mother, grandmother and great-grandmother were all born here, which means that we are actively helping to save and protect these incredible animals."