grey power


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grey power

The influence exerted by the elderly people in an organization, community, etc. When I decided to run for office, I knew that grey power would be an important factor in the election and that I needed to rally support from the elderly.
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2) New Zealand Labour Party, Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand, Grey Power.
On my final approach to the decades of grey power, I have discovered the VW Scirocco R can still pull admiring glances and a few Gs.
The Grand National finally bowed the knee to grey power after more than half a century.
First Lieutenant won for Davy Russell at Leopardstown last year GREY POWER Donnas Palm makes habit of winning at the start of the seasons
Instead let's harness the grey power and direct it to work for community or voluntary organisations.
In sixth were Arnaud Boissieres and Vincent Riou on Akena Verandas, who had a mark of 4:49:51, while seventh was Sir Robin Knox-Johnston on Grey Power with a time of 5:25:00.
Till date, the NZ premier has posted five links to speeches and press releases, talking of things like the Government's Job Support Scheme and an address to Grey Power.
Mr Kay says he is paying my pension and that of all of us in the grey power community, but I am paying the Internal Revenue from my home in the USA as well as other taxable issues in my home town of Coventry.
OLD duffer George Tyndale thinks that Sir Menzies Campbell puts grey power back a number of years.
Grey power won't just stalk the streets, it'll whizz along them in fleets of electric mobility buggies.
Producers should aim for grey power or other value-added sectors already exploited by fast food promoters such as KFC.
It's mostly grey power," says Bernau "retired persons who like feeling productive and helping a company grow.
GREY POWER Older people have the experience to make a difference for the better