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Cousin

Victor . 1792--1867, French philosopher and educational reformer
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But family relationships possess a resilience that's not easily removed.
Over the last decade, Family Relationship Centres have become an important part of Australian communities, providing pathways outside the court for families to resolve parenting disputes.
Powerful Heartwarming Stories of Blended Family Relationships
Teens who are members of religiously involved families are likely to have stronger family relationships than teens in families that are not religiously active, according to a report from the National Study of Youth and Religion, a four-year research project based at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
In order to modernize the profession's rules on independence, the AICPA professional ethics executive committee adopts revisions to the financial interest and family relationship provisions under rule 101, Independence.
In an effort to modernize the profession's rules on independence, the Professional Ethics Executive Committee adopted revisions to financial interest and family relationship rules under Rule 101--Independence.
Family partnerships must be closely scrutinized by the courts because the family relationship so readily lends itself to paper arrangements having little or no relationship to business arrangements.
While arguably marriage or family relationship should receive greater constitutional protection than unmarried cohabitation or dating, because marriage and family relationships are at the core of the right to privacy protection, courts have uniformly upheld reasonable antinepotism rules based on governmental concerns over favoritism in job assignments, promotions and pay increases, and increased potential for morale and discipline problems.
The summer holidays should be an exciting and fun time, but for some young people issues like abuse, family relationship problems, bullying and loneliness still exist outside of term time.
The connection between placement history and family relationship is not obvious in this high-risk group; however, inclusive attitudes from the foster family towards the child's family appeared to promote continuity and a sense of security, also in periods of reunion or re-placement, and to facilitate foster children in coming to terms with their family background.
The goals of this module are: (1) To develop an understanding that work-family policies are part of a human resource management system and the employment relationship; (2) To explain how work-family policies can be understood from both the individual employee and the organizational perspectives, which sometimes have competing tensions; (3) To develop an understanding of how the implementation of work-family policies, practices and culture link to support organizational effectiveness; and (4) To promote familiarity with the different ways that employing organizations can support the work family relationship and different rationale for doing so.
Note also that gifts and trust property passing to individuals more than 37 1/2 years younger than the donor may be subject to GST, regardless of family relationship (Sec.

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