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n. Informal
A grandfather.

[Alteration of grandpa.]
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Grampa was a stone mason for the county and he worked long hours for several days in a row, allowing him to be off multiple weeks at a time.
Cancer Research UK PS20 In loving memory of Frank Livingston, a wonderful dad and grampa, from Carol, Ian and the boys.
Robert was the beloved husband of the late Frances; loving father of Kathleen, Nancy (Bruce) Willman, Mary and the late Judithe; cherished grampa of Justin (Julie) Woo, Joseph Willman and Daniel (fiancee Samantha Wassem) Willman; proud great grampa of Owen and Cameron Woo; dear brother of Genevieve (the late Jimmy) Del Vecchio, Richard (Lillian) West and the late Joan (the late Bob) Zumski; fond uncle of many.
Beloved father of David, Wendy, Julie, Erica, Sarah, Phillip and Robert and a loving grampa and great-grampa.
Tenders are invited for Supplying and erecting 75-90w led street light fitting on 9.0 mtrs steel tubular swaged pole (4 nos fittings on each pole)(total such 5 poles) in dalit vasti (under scheme s.c and nav buddha locality development programe year 2017-18) in group grampa
ILES John Passed away peacefully at home on 14th August aged 92 years, much loved husband of the late Margaret, dad to Mandy and Linda, father-in-law to Ted and Steve, grampa to Owen, Thomas and Victoria and great grampa to Jim.
Dad had always made us wear khaki pants and button-downs, but Grampa believed the most important quality in Thanksgiving pants was expandability.
Nipper longs, above all else, to become a surf lifesaver like his Grampa Jack, but is unable to join until he reaches the age of 16.
On 21st November in Berwick Care Home, William (Tich) aged 85 years, beloved husband of the late Mona, much loved dad of Billy, Alice, Pam, Mal and Michelle, loving grampa of Lisa, Gina, Martin and Cam, great grampa of Dylan and Sophie.
Grampa as an independent director to its board of directors, as of 14 July 2015.
That's what my Grampa did as a boy when he didn't have any money.