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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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Bogus documents i.e birth certificate, affidavit, family registration certificate (FRC) showing blood relationship between donor and recipients were prepared for visas and subsequent submission to Indian hospitals.
Step relatives, such as step parents and step brothers and stisters, and stepchildren are also prohibited, as they are considered the same as blood relationship.
Almost 65% of women had some kind of blood relationship with their husbands.
Migrant worker are a special kind of social identity that cannot be easily changed with blood relationship which is obtained by the household registration system.
These include relatives in the first line of blood relationship without any limit as to the degree of the blood relationship, i.e.
This attachment doesn't come naturally; it isn't a blood relationship that citizens inherit -- regardless of how much the State may try to advocate the opposite.
Together, the couple, who never married legally, told Radio Globo that they will continue living as husband and wife despite knowing their real blood relationship.
Whereas nasab in the Islamic Family Law (Federal Territories) 1984 (Act 303) is defined as descent based on lawful blood relationship. A father holds the nasab to a child based on Section 110 of Act 303:
By visiting the two most important countries for the nation, Park reaffirmed Seoul's long blood relationship with Washington, while restoring its lost diplomatic balance between the G2 in Beijing.
What was the blood relationship between Queen Victoria and Prince Albert?
The term 'has been variously translated as espirit de corps, group solidarity, nationalism, patriotism, communal spirit, ethos', blood relationship, tribal spirit, group feeling, feeling of solidarity, and social solidarity.