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Her attire was completed with the mother of the bride's emerald and diamond ring and a pearl necklace given to the bride by paternal aunt Mary Bunch.
An example of these efforts involved a four-year-old boy who had been placed with his paternal aunt.
It was among documents sent by Peter's paternal aunt, Pat McBride, from her home in the USA where she moved almost 50 years ago.
On January 14 this year, his mother married an old childhood friend of his father's but Mr McNally grew concerned on January 22 when a paternal aunt rang to say she was worried he had not been seen for four days.
12, were born suffering from cocaine and alcohol withdrawal and were placed in the Los Angeles home of their paternal aunt under the supervision of dependency court, Assistant County Counsel Roger Granbo wrote in board documents.
While studying there, Rose was introduced to Native American dancing and regalia by his paternal aunt.
The patient's grandfather, father, paternal aunt, and brother had all had this condition.
a) Patient Genotype Genotype determined determined by PCR-RFLP by sequence analysis Paternal aunt MM M[M.
The Kansas court ultimately gave custody of the two children to a paternal aunt and uncle.
Ironically, just days later, Angie called her sister-in-law to be told that social services had decided to take the children into care, though they would be allowed to remain with their paternal aunt.
This was part of her daily routine,' her paternal aunt, Anis Fatima, tells me at their family home, located in a narrow street off Haji Ali Road in Kasur.
Named after a paternal aunt and her maternal grandmother, Virginia Ira (pronounced ee-rah) Furstenberg is descended from a long line of German aristocrats on her father's side, and on her mother's side, the Agnellis, the powerful Italian automakers and owners of Fiat.