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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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The free-thinking grandaunt was all in favour of opening the door a crack and allowing a child to peer into the nature of a grown-up world.
They were accompanied by Kaitlin's grandaunt Sabrina Hegarty and her children Stephanie, 13, Chelsea, seven, and six-year-old Jordan.
Her Grandaunt Gloria struggles to help Candy straighten out and reclaim the energy to return to the basketball court, while her other, more distant aunt Elizabeth reluctantly comes along in what is meant to be a rejuvenating trip.
It is not surprising though that our President is not known for motivating the citizens in the situation of despair for instance, when the first graduation ceremony was made in the University of Juba early this year, the President told the grandaunts that they should not hope for being absorb into the government since there are very few positions in the government.