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bloodline

[′bləd‚līne]
(biology)
A line of direct ancestors, especially in a pedigree.
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Bloodline Foundation executive director Joseph Wang'endo said with the total phase out of funding, it will be impossible to have screening sites where blood can be screened and tested for HIV, hepatitis and other diseases.
market for bloodline tubing sets that are compatible with hemodialysis machines used in clinics that treat chronic renal failure.
In the basketball competition of the Asian Games, a player may represent a country where he wasn't born if he can show a passport that is three years old but each team is allowed only one naturalized import or a player with no bloodline.
The highly promising debutant with an American bloodline bearing, Al Akbar representing Tybalt has won two races-the Christmas Cup and the National Breeders Cup Classic to stamp bloodline superiority and promises a grand future ahead.
Much of its attention is focused on the Nazi legal system, which regarded accused criminals as guilty if they were deemed unfit members of the Aryan bloodline and decided they deserved to die in the name of racial purity.
It's no surprise that complex narratives, like that of House of Cards and Bloodline, are indulged at an unhurried pace.
"Bloodline" is the third book in the author's middle grade novel series that takes place in the town of Harmony.
In a statement the Royal Welsh said Taffy VI was descended from long bloodline of Royal Regimental Goats.
Age 39 Claim to fame Stars in Netflix's Bloodline; appears in The Avengers and Welcome to Me (both in theaters now); plays Sylvia Rosen on AMC's Mad Men Base Los Angeles Twitter @LindaCardellini
He, his parents, and RRespect's sister UUkita, are also important links in a bloodline of high-quality dogs in DOD breeding.
NNA - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has described birth control as a form of "treason," saying it threatened the country's bloodline. Erdogan urged a newly married couple at their wedding late on Sunday to have at least three children to help boost Turkish population figures, a common refrain from the president, who worries a declining birth rate may undermine economic growth.
After all, as you trace your lineage back through the generations, you add the family of each mother and acknowledge another bloodline. If we wanted to be inclusive, this could be a long visit.