grey power


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grey power

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gray power

n
(Sociology) the political, financial, or social influence of elderly people
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Whatever his lasting reputation in politics in the real world, old Walter will be remembered as the man who put the cause of grey power back years.
And Age Concern Cymru warns in an election manifesto released today that Welsh politicians ignore grey power at their peril.
RADIO 2's veteran DJs have scored a victory for grey power after pulling in record audiences.
GREY power took to the streets of London yesterday when up to 3,000 seniors staged a major council tax protest.
But grey power could well prove to be the way forward.
GREY POWER Older people have the experience to make a difference for the better
As I slowly approach a landmark post-pubescent decade of grey power I can confirm that the VW Scirocco R can still pull the ladies and a few Gs.
Tesco strategic planner Annie Ozminskyj said a number of population factors need to be taken into account in planning products -- the rise in grey power, reduction in family sizes and more single person households.
Aged-care staff, equal pay activists, Age Concern and Grey Power representatives have been invited.
GREY power is gaining ground in Edgbaston with plans to launch a forum for senior citizens who want to have their say on a range of issues affecting their daily lives.
It was two wins in three days for the Queen after Grey Power at Bath on Tuesday when Hunting Tower took the European Breeders Fund Maiden Stakes under Ryan Moore.
This is the Jubilee year of the race and sailing legend Sir Robin Knox-Johnson, the first man to ever sail non-stop, single-handed around the world is making a return to solo competition in his Open 60 Grey Power.