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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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According to the official, Egyptian law prohibits first degree relatives from working within the same department, although not in the entirety of Egypt Post.
Inclusion Criteria: This study shall include persons above the age of 30 years who are first degree relatives of type II diabetic, admitted in indoor or attending on outpatient basis.
Investigation of certain immunological markers in first degree relatives of Type 1 Diabetic Patients.
In addition, increased priority is given to first degree relatives of those who have signed donor cards, to first degree relatives of those who have died and given organs, and to live donors of a kidney, liver lobe or lung lobe who have donated for as yet undesignated recipients.
One study found the prevalence of MDD in first degree relatives to be two-fold in comparison to non-affective psychiatric controls and to psychiatrically ill controls that were never used (Cichetti and Toth, 1998).
The risk increases to 10pc among first degree relatives, 14pc among non-identical twins and 47pc in identical twins.
As the results reported by various authors on serum total calcium (1, 6,7) and serum albumin (8) were found to be varying, it was planned to study serum total calcium, serum ionized calcium and serum albumin levels in patients with essential hypertension, their first degree relatives and in normal controls.
First degree relatives, of people with type 2 diabetes have an increased risk of developing the disease, compared with people without diabetes heredity.