They wondered what their great-grandparents
would have thought of aeronautics.
Watson let his own three to four trillion DNA bits in his genome be sequenced only to discover that his great-grandparent
If the step-transaction doctrine applies, all of the T assets could be deemed transferred to Z for P stock (an impermissible reorganization that violates the rule against using great-grandparent
stock), the underlying transaction would be taxable and COBE would be moot.
The Queen is the first British monarch to become a great-grandparent
since Queen Victoria more than a century ago.
News of her big win comes just two days after great-grandparent
Irene Jones, aged 69, and her 75-year-old husband, Ronald of Bilston, attended a reception at the Park Hall Hotel in Wolverhampton having scooped pounds 9.
Because the trusts can be drafted with such flexibility, the individual who establishes the trust need not be a grandparent or great-grandparent
at the time the trust is established.
3 -- color) This coffin of Tut's great-grandparent
Tjuya, unearthed in the Valley of the Kings, leaves Cairo for the first time to be part of the LACMA exhibit.
He also regularly sees his great-grandparents
, Sandra and Alex MacKay.
It fuses fact with fiction to take readers deep into the life of the author's great-grandparents
, Margaret-Ann and the Reverend Morgan Humphrey Jones.
and his wife Patricia, maternal great-grandparents
Robert and Gail Keith, his paternal grandparents Angelo "Papo" Martinez and Evelyn Cruz predeceased him, paternal great-grandmothers Angelica Cruz, and Isabel Martinez of Bronx NY, and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Which seems strange as that includes everyone who voted for us to join the Common Market; it also means that most parents and all grandparents, great-grandparents
and their ancestors were all uncaring narrow-minded hypocrites, whose malicious ideas, beliefs and culture should be permanently erased from our memories.