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blood relation

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a person related to another by birth, as distinct from one related by marriage
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It is not a joke as this blood relation is what concerns goat buyers and owners in the Kingdom.
No matter how close or far the blood relation is to the victim of abuse, the results are usually the same.
Although not a blood relation, Obama often refers to her as his grandmother.
She said: "They give you a full MoT, lots of blood tests, an MRI scan, kidney function tests and all sorts, particularly for me as I wasn't a blood relation so it wasn't a case of matching blood groups.
And if he is a real uncle, a blood relation, a sexual relationship between you is against the law.
A police spokeswoman said: ``We believe this to be the result of a domestic row, we do not believe the victim was a blood relation of either person currently being questioned.
Sharon is Den's adopted daughter but he treats her as a blood relation so in his eyes Dennis and Sharon getting it on is incest and that leaves him absolutely furious.
But in American politics many sons - and some daughters - have exploited the benefit of blood relation, which is no more (and arguably less) earned.
However, the investigation revealed that the woman had no blood relation with the baby and she hired him to practice begging.
The blood relation is through Ishmael, and the marriage is through Maria.
I don't care about blood relation which indulges in selfish politics," he said in a statement here on Monday night.
The torment felt by all sides resurfaced in a family feud when Jones's sisters applied to administer Maria's estate on behalf of her three sons - even though the eldest is no blood relation to the Jones family.