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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The steering group has also included representatives from NZNO, the New Zealand Aged Care Association, the New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services and consumer representatives from Age Concern and Grey Power.
It's being hailed as a victory for grey power and the sexual allure of the older woman.
Sir Robin has entered his Open 60 yacht Grey Power in the Route du Rhum, which started in the French port of St Malo
In a speech before the 150 Grey Power members in Nelson, Cunliffe said the attack was a "disservice to the party."
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Perhaps the fatalistic, 'couldn't care less' retireds deserve what they get; treated with contempt by all governments who are not afraid of grey power.
I personally would love to see less obsession with youth culture and more emphasis on 'Grey Power', as this sector is known in my home country.
On final approach to the decades of grey power the VW Scirocco R can still pull admiring glances and a few Gs.
A LOCAL charity is about to harness grey power in its effort to promote ethical trade.
Intact Financial offers home, car and business insurance via Intact Insurance, Grey Power, belairdirect and BrokerLink.