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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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And Albert Clarke - Noble's Dublin-based grand-uncle - believes the 26-year-old would finally be receptive to an invitation from O'Neill and Roy Keane to join the Irish cause.
Linda said her grand-uncle has been very ill and admitted he had tried to leave the hospital in a taxi before.
Mr Rooney took a tour of St Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny, where Mr Obama's sixth generation grand-uncle John Kearney, Bishop of Ossory, is buried.
John Kearney - Obama's sixth-generation grand-uncle - was the Bishop of Ossory at the time of his death in 1813 and also held the position of Provost of Trinity College.
Isaac's grand-uncle Fr John O'Shea who celebrated the Mass told mourners the "death is a mystery.
Noel Morgan, a grand-uncle of the dead child, told Judge Carroll Moran: "I ran back up to the driver and he was getting out of the lorry with a mobile phone in his hand.
Jason says that he also had two grand-uncles who served in World War II.
Powers all of Athol; his paternal grandparents, Roy and Karen (Grier) Powers of Fitchburg; maternal grandfather, Larry and his wife Diane Swihart of Westminster; maternal grandmother, Mary and her husband Kenneth Holmquist of Ashburnham; three aunts, Whitney Concannon of Gardner, Caisey Swihart of Leominster, Randi Swihart of Gardner; two uncles, Jason Swihart of Ashburnham, and Jeremy Powers of Athol, and many grand-aunts, grand-uncles and cousins.
Powers all of Athol; his paternal grandparents, Roy and Karen (Grier) Powers of Fitchburg, maternal grandfather, Larry and his wife Diane Swihart of Westminster; maternal grandmother, Mary and her husband Kenneth Holmquist of Ashburnham; two aunts, Whitney Concannon of Gardner, Caisey Swihart of Leominster; two uncles, Jason Swihart of Ashburnham, and Jeremy Powers of Athol; and many grand-aunts, grand-uncles and cousins.