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cousin

Etiquette a title used by a sovereign when addressing another sovereign or a nobleman

Cousin

Victor . 1792--1867, French philosopher and educational reformer
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That means that a man cannot even marry his mother's mother's mother's sister's daughter's daughter's daughter's daughter--a third cousin once removed.
Katrina, 21 - Kate Middleton's second cousin once removed - stripped off at London's exclusive Whisky Mist nightclub, popular with the young royals.
Lauren, who is doing a teaching degree at Northumbria University and lives with her parents Kevin and Susan near Bedlington, travelled down yesterday with her grandfather Colin Caisley, Emily's first cousin once removed.
Around five years ago Jean Kennedy-Smith brought Ireland's then Finance Minister Brian Lenihan down to the Kennedy homestead now run by third cousin once removed Patrick Grennan.
The wartime naval hero and former Viceroy of India - an uncle to Prince Philip and second cousin once removed to the Queen - had been killed by an IRA bomb planted on his fishing boat Shadow V.
Constantly distracted from his farming by tourists, Mr Grennan - a third cousin once removed of the US president - decided to open a makeshift visitor centre in one of the old farm buildings.
Edward's son, George succeeded him in 1910, already married to his second cousin once removed, Princess Victoria Mary of Teck (German).
Lewis' somewhat turbulent personal life was kept under wraps from his fans until that May 1958 British tour where a reporter at Heathrow Airport discovered that his then wife, Myra Gale Brown, was his first cousin once removed and only 13-years-old.
Pete found out through his mother Shirley that he was Kate's second cousin once removed.
Enid immediately spotted a family resemblance in her 80-year-old cousin once removed.
Katrina, 21 - Kate Middleton's second cousin once removed - stripped off at central London's exclusive Whisky Mist nightclub, popular with the young royals.