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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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83) At the same time, it protected his granduncle against any allegations of sexual impropriety or scandalous behavior.
The helpers carried out the ceremony while Melanie and her granduncle bowed.
She said: "His grand- father and granduncle were born just a mile outside the village.
His love of history was penned by the publishing of his book "San Francisco Is No More", a collection of letters from 1905-1906 authored by his granduncle Antoine Borel, Jr.
As this somewhat tragic tale unfolded through my research I couldn't help but contemplate the short lives of most of my great great granduncles who had died in far-flung reaches of the expanding British Empire.
Unlike their father, uncles, and granduncles, the royal princes are serving in the British Army and not in the Royal Navy.
I attribute my passion and knowledge of bush medicine to my grandfather, granduncles and aunties early in life and the ongoing support of my husband and family.
My informer reports that one of Obama's acclaimed tribal granduncles was interviewed on the Israeli Arab language TV news.
Scores of my uncles and granduncles were butchered in the ensuing religious violence in which Muslim mobs attacked minority Hindus in newly created Pakistan and Hindu mobs attacked minority Muslims in India.
Mothers uncles fathers sisters cousins brothers grandmothers neighbors granduncles grandfathers great-aunts great-grandmothers priests sisters teachers coaches friends.
We owed it to Chester Jacob Teller, whose fashioning it was, and are indebted to his granduncles and grandparents too, because it would not have happened had those forebears not emigrated from Germany when they did.
I lost two granduncles in the 1914-18 war and one uncle in the 1939-45 war.