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GPGeneral Practitioner (family doctor)
GPGrand Prix
GPGroup
GPGeneral Physics Corporation
GPGeneral Practice
GPGames Played (hockey)
GPGeorgia-Pacific (forest products company)
GPGeneral Partner (IRB)
GPGeneral Public
GPGreat Plains Dynamics (software; Microsoft)
GPGenetic Programming
GPGreen Party (political party)
GPGold Plated (purity)
GPGuinea Pig
GPGrid Position
GPGames Played (basketball)
GPGrande Prairie (Alberta, Canada)
GPGood Point
GPGuadeloupe
GPGeneral Population (prisons)
GPGrand Prairie (Texas)
GPGrosse Pointe (Michigan)
GPGreenpeace
GPGrants Pass (Oregon)
GPGame Plan
GPGlobal Partners
GPGlutathione Peroxidase (enzyme)
GPGross Profit
GPGamepark (videogame manufacturer)
GPGlycoprotein
GPGeneral Protection
GPGrandparent
GPGay Pride
GPGovernment Publications (New Zealand)
GPGeneral Partnership (company type)
GPGastroparesis (motility disorder)
GPGreat Performances (PBS show)
GPGame Point
GPGabinete da Presidência (Portugese: President's Office; Brazil)
GPGaussian Process (machine learning)
GPGeneral Pathology
GPGirard Perregaux (watch manufacturer; Switzerland)
GPGirl Power!
GPGamePro (magazine)
GPGram Positive
GPGreen Print
GPGas Permeable (contact lenses)
GPGas Permeable
GPGraduation Project (various locations)
GPGrameenPhone
GPGunpoint
GPGuilty Pleasure
GPGold Pieces (gaming)
GPGary Payton (basketball player)
GPGrand Puba
GPGeneral Principle
GPGraph Paper
GPGeometric Programming
GPG-Police (computer/video Game)
GPGold Piece (RPG Gaming)
GPGlobus Pallidus
GPGeneral Products
GPGet Pissed (drunk)
GPGold Piece
GPGiant Panda (Hip Hop group)
GPGram Panchayat
GPGreat Pyramid (Giza)
GPGuideposts (magazine)
GPGenç Parti (Young Party, Turkey)
GPGraph Partitioning
GPGeneral Procedure
GPGlide Path
GPGigapixel
GPGeographical Position
GPGauge Pressure
GPGoal Programming
GPGothenburg Post (newspaper; Sweden)
GPGregory-Portland (Corpus Christi, TX)
GPGroup Poop
GPGeneral Planning
GPGeneral Provision
GPGel Pen
GPGun Position
GPGas Plasma
GPGeneral Pediatrics
GPGeometric Progression
GPGold Points
GPGold Points (RPG gaming)
GPGalaxy Police (Tenchi Muyo! anime series)
GPGray Panthers
GPGun Permit
GPGross Product
GPGermicidal Protection (Ionic Breeze)
GPGundam Project
GPGuard Period
GPGhost Pirate (Monkey Island Series game)
GPGiant Print (Bible version)
GPGeneric Practice (Capability Maturity Model Integration)
GPGod's Property
GPGlobal Pollution
GPGeneral Purpose Bomb
GPGeriatric Psychiatrist
GPGusset Plates (steel trusses)
GPGun Pointer (US Navy)
GPGuided Projectile
GPGravel Pack (oil drilling)
GPGrand Prior (Award)
GPGeneral Patronage (older MPAA movie rating)
GPGuaranteed Premium (insurance)
GPPoorly Graded Gravels
GPGraphic Pack
GPGood Ping
GPGiant Pulse
GPGeoplast
GPGeorgetown Preparatory School
GPGeneral Audiences/Parental Guidance Suggested (former MPAA rating)
GPGating Pulse
GPGreen Pirate
GPGrand Puissance (pistol)
GPGalveston to Pilottown (routing designation; US Navy)
GPGuard Pole (survey)
GPGlycerate Phosphate
GPGeneralized Programming
GPGrande Pause (music)
GPAzimuthal Gap (largest distance between stations recording a quake; US Geological Survey)
GPGrid Pulse
GPGrease Police (website)
GPGala Publishing
GPGalvanic Primer
GPGridded Photograph
GPGeneral Purpose/Provisions
GPGraphite Panel
GPGaleries du Papier Peint
References in periodicals archive ?
To date the only study to use age as an analytical framework with reference to grandparent kinship carers is Wellard's (2010) study of UK grandparent carers aged 65 and over.
"We understand that not everyone is lucky enough to have grandparents to call upon on, but for the lucky ones why not take advantage of this privilege and benefits for children, parents, and grandparents of financial, emotional and health aspects."
Time spent freely with grandparents can provide just that-a space to express who they are.
The Hillfield Farm carvery is celebrating National Grandparents Day by offering a PS1,000 treat for the number one gran or grandad
"What children need most are the essentials that grandparents provide in abundance.
Over 20 percent of grandparents in Italy and 15 percent in Spain babysit their grandchildren while it reaches over 30 percent in Romania, according to a survey.
This grandparent felt anger and resentment, "He gets on my nerves.
If a child is in need of a caregiver, I often find one's grandparents a much better option as compared to a nanny.
Had they been unable to look after their grandchildren, a fifth (20%) of grandparents who have provided regular care feel the parents would have been unable to continue working, over a third (35%) felt they would have had to reduce their hours and over half (54%) said the parents would have had to pay for formal childcare.
Earned income tax credit A grandparent with earned income (i.e., still working) and a grandchild who meets the qualifying child definition may meet the criteria for the earned income tax credit (EITC).
Marilyn |a senior partner Stowe Family She points out that grandparents don't have an automatic right to contact their grandchildren following a separation or divorce, which is why they end up going to court.