He went in with his dogs and his grandson a day or two ago and is not expected back for a week.
But this is a lot of books: my son and grandson might not be so inclined as to simply sit and appreciate their presence.
The son and grandson of tyrants, but educated in Switzerland?
The grandson of a Scottish Presbyterian minister, Murdoch fancies himself something of a moralist.
One nuclear plant is now stabilized—and, miraculously, a woman and her grandson were found alive after nine days in the rubble.
M. Gerson and his grandson had disappeared silently in a covered country cart hermetically closed.
The baby was Mrs. Kukor's grandson, the lady was Mrs. Kukor's daughter, for "Mama!"
No, he was not inspiring, this grandson of the Plymouth Rock, with the thin voice.
Herman Melville, a grandson, has attained popularity as an author.
Colonel Butler seated himself in his accustomed chair and awaited the advent of his grandson.