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Synonyms for great-nephew

a son of your niece or nephew


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He told Williams: "You deliberately targeted an elderly woman who was out shopping and who had custody of her great-nephew, barely two years old.
Great-nephew Eric Mills has his war service medals and a certificate of commendation awarded to him by the Admiralty for his 'zeal and devotion to duty'.
David Watson, great-nephew of Noel Chavasse, inset, right, looks at the memorial after it was unveiled in Chavasse Park, left Pictures: PAUL HEAPS/ ph040811chavasse-15; and, left, ph040811chavasse-13
Her great-nephew, 27-year-old James Barnes, of Court Street, Tonypandy, was stopped on May 17 in a car for drugs offences and police discovered pounds 5,000 in cash under the seat.
Matt Di Angelo plays Deano Wicks, a long-lost great-nephew of Pat's.
Yet her great-nephew William the Conqueror would be the one to drastically alter the future of England.
Mr Lax's great-nephew, Paul Tallentire, 30, told the inquest: "They were not aggressive to him - one got the better of the other.
She fainted one day, teaching,'' said Fred Bonn, 64, of Laguna Niguel, her great-nephew.
Moving in fits and starts like rush-hour traffic, the story unfolds over several decades, told by protagonist Matilda Housewright, her brother, nephews and great-nephew.
In October, General Foss, then age 87, traveled to Beaverton, Michigan, to support a great-nephew who was seeking admission to the U.
great-nephew of the remarkable Further Flight, spearheaded a rewarding one-two for trainer Barry Hills in the Courage Best Handicap, writes Jon Lees.
Brown's nephew, Denis Brown, and his great-nephew, Phil Brown.
The courtier Vasari, calling himself a zero cancellato, claims that Michelangelo would like his name perpetuated through the baptism of a great-nephew as Michelangelo in his own lifetime.
It's not that when Johnson's trail (cold since his death in 1938) was finally picked up in the '70s it led to Maryland, where Johnson's sisters lived--thus making it possible that Braugher's detective could be, in character, Johnson's great-nephew.
1876 - 1962) English historian, son of the distinguished historian Sir George Otto Trevelyan (1838 - 1928), great-nephew of Thomas Babington Macaulay.