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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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Among those onlookers familiar with Lebanese contemporary art, "Once Removed" is more resonant still.
More specifically, they are 12th cousins, once removed, and are related through Sir Thomas Leighton.
Once removed from this list Tunisia will be named in the "grey list" along with some other 50 countries that have one year to honour their commitments in matters of tax reform, knowing that developing countries on the list have an extra year to do so.
Once removed, the seal-which provides a 100% sterile barrier-cannot be reapplied and removing the syringe cap destroys the seal.This can help to prevent contamination, tampering or accidental double dosing.
His smiles showed the highlight of his polo day was horsing around with Mia, his cousin once removed.
Once removed, the Philippines would revert to the regular GSP, which offered relatively less attractive perks since it covered a smaller range of products.
Avril Lavigne, Ryan Gosling & Justin Bieber ACTOR Ryan, 34, and pop idol Justin, 22, are 11th cousins once removed. Bieber and Avril, 31, are 12th cousins.
Once removed from the skin, the user simply cleans the skin stick material and can reapply it to the camera and begin recording video again almost immediately.
Rabbi Funnye, first cousin once removed to First Lady Michelle Obama, is currently the leader of Beth Shalom Bnai Zaken Ethiopian Hebrew Congregation in Chicago.
Once removed, the paraffin wax mask follows, applied on the face in layers and left on for ten minutes.
Khalid Randwana was reappointed MS district hospital Rawalpindi, once removed for poor performance.
Once removed, they may be destroyed by crushing - along with anything left inside.