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granddad

n. an old-fashioned person; an out-of-date person. Don’t be such a granddad. Live a little.
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But don't start grieving now because you'll miss out on sharing some special times with your granddad.
Granddad was one of three other Australian lungfish who are exhibited at the aquarium, one of which is an African lungfish who is scheduled to go on display soon.
My granddad Adam Wareing circa 1940 with his young daughters May (my mum) and Ada
Unfortunately those motorists who did take notice of granddad quite often found they had to jam on their brakes to avoid a car coming in the other direction.
Beckham claimed that his granddad was very important to him and these are things that he looks back on as a young kid, with really fond memories.
His Granddad agreed, and Ben lit up like a Christmas tree when asked if he would like to actually shoot a real gun.
My first exposure to organized calisthenics was 200-times-aday knee bends as I stood up and sat down rhythmically to allow Granddad and his grown-up buddies access to the lid.
My grandmother married my granddad William Henry Harwood and he lived at 79 Ada Road Smethwick.
I can still see Granddad sitting on the firewood box ,beside the kitchen stove, which served as the keeper of kindling and oak splits to fry the morning's offerings on that old wood stove where Grandmother expertly shuffled big cast iron frying pans to a position where the heat was just right.
And he gives most of the credit to his immediate ancestors, as he told ABC 15 News (Phoenix): "I think it's pretty cool, but it wouldn't have happened without my great-granddad, my granddad and my dad.
As we drove to the far border of the ranch, I asked Tom where Granddad had been seen of late.
He tells how a chance meeting with a mystery female clairvoyant in a car park put him back on track after she delivered a stirring message from his late great- granddad, who said: 'Don't let go every- thing that you've worked for.
They include a divorced father, a former Marine wracked by attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, a blind violinist torn between the altar and marriage, and a widowed granddad.