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bloodline

[′bləd‚līne]
(biology)
A line of direct ancestors, especially in a pedigree.
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The bloodline represented by dogs like RRespect, UUkita and OOlaf is expected to produce generations of dogs to come for the breeding program, Hilliard said.
Besides handling the pressure of surviving without connections, newcomers with no bloodline also have to compete with the glamour that star kids naturally inherit.
Thanks to Vivox we were able to quickly and easily integrate features into Bloodline Champions that we never imagined possible.
Major Regions Hemodialysis Bloodline Systems Market Status Analysis
Zoe is whisked away to Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies, a mysterious school in New Orleans devoted to safeguarding the few remaining descendants who share this unique bloodline.
We also decided to invest in new bloodlines and took the decision to return to France and buy 20 heifers and develop different cow families alongside our own.
He refuted claims the integrity of the national boss has been compromised by the announcement which came just 48 hours after Burley declared he would be happy to consider players with no bloodline but who had a UK passport.
They are probably the healthiest in the world and perfect to boost our bloodline.
Jones of University College in London adds, in the same issue of NATURE, that ancient records suggest the Egyptian royal family practiced incest in order to preserve the bloodline of a deity.
Blackwood has taken to Kickstarter to raise $75,000 to produce one, 24-minute long episode of Bloodline complete with a soundtrack and online video game.
com/research/zsbzmb/global) has announced the addition of the "Global Hemodialysis Bloodline Systems Industry Report 2015" report to their offering.
The two-year-old colt, who has two Kentucky Derby winners in its bloodline, scored the fastest workout time among 154 horses auctioned at Calder Race Course in Miami, Florida.