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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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The constitution under which President Buhari was elected into office does not bar him from having blood relations nor does it require of him to cut communication with his blood relations or friends.
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Police Major General Lyndon Cubos said there are 1,858 PNP personnel who have blood relations or related by affinity to candidates in the May elections.
During the meeting, the Minister welcomed Shaikh Hmoud, expressing Saudi Arabia's pride in the brotherly ties between the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia that are based on bonds of kinship and blood relations.
The ultimate result will be very harmful for the blood relations specially parents.
Their blood relations were appointed on a contract for two years during 2012 and 2014.The Railway authorities has issued notifications here in which 38 contract employees have been regularized.
" Lauding the Iranian efforts to increase trade with Pakistan CM Balochistan Jam Kamal said, there were evident cultural and traditional resemblance between Pakistan and Iran while in the bordering towns of both countries the Baloch tribes have blood relations, "Our region comprising on Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan is full of natural resources, with joint efforts we can build our economic influence in the world." Jam Kamal said lauding the attempt to foster Pak-Iran efforts through Parliamentarian delegations.
According to a spokesman to AJK government, Mian Shehbaz Sharif said we have blood relations and special bond with the people of Kashmir and PML-N government set a new example of
We have blood relations and he is an honest and good guy.
Unraveling the social-cultural mechanism by which the colonizer automatically becomes the victim, even when s/he has committed an injustice, is the indisputable contribution of Israeli documentary cinema to triggering cinematic and public nonconsensual discourse, laying the groundwork for what I term "Blood Relations" films.