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blood relation

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a person related to another by birth, as distinct from one related by marriage
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Under government rules, blood relations of an employee who dies during duty is to be given their job and we have prepared a list in this regard and sent it for approval to the provincial government,' the RDA official said.
Now it is time for the rulers of the countries of the blockade to listen to their peoples, who surely reject their unjustifiable moves against Qatar, as it has only caused families across the GCC countries to suffer from breaking their otherwise close and blood relations," stressed the brothers.
We have blood relations and he is an honest and good guy.
The author demonstrates how Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's works challenge common 18th-century ideas about family and relationships, and how he questions the nature of relationships, the definitions of family, aristocratic and civil family structures, arranged marriages, the purpose of family, how it is structured, the role of blood relations, prejudices about same-sex relationships, stereotypes about the power of men and fathers and the lack of power of women, and other ideas.
21 (SUNA) - The Minister of Trade, Salah Mohammed Al-Hassan has affirmed the firmness of the official relations with Eritrea because of the strong trade, economic and blood relations linking the two countries .
According to Congress leaders, often NRIs find it difficult to claim their right over the large chunks of land they have invested in as such property is usually managed by their blood relations.
Carpio earlier said Poe is considered a naturalized Filipino and not a natural-born citizen unless she proves her blood relations with some Filipino citizens.
Blood relations and spouses living in a vil- lage can be accommodated into such groups.
Great singers and very very funny" Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2 "A superb live act, beguiling audiences with irrepressible humour, bold vocals, gripping storylines and innate musicality" Colin Irwin "With a rare vocal affinity usually the reserve of close blood relations.
Hollywood star Goldie Hawn and her daughter Kate Hudson were a prime example - but it wasn't limited to blood relations.
Reigns was originally planned as the next big thing in wrestling due to his blood relations to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and his "it factor" that can carry the brand.