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Etiquette a title used by a sovereign when addressing another sovereign or a nobleman

Cousin

Victor . 1792--1867, French philosopher and educational reformer
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Almost 65% of women had some kind of blood relationship with their husbands, and the most commonly reported relationship was the husband being a first cousin from the father's side, while 53% women had some kind of blood relationship with their husband and also had a say in choosing their husband.
In fact the accused is first cousin of former federal minister Anwar Saifullah and is admitted into the latters hospital.
As shown in Table 1, the first cousin marriages were the commonest type of all matings in parents of patients (15.
From a sample of nearly 11,000 births between 2007 and 2011, more than 2,000 babies were born to first cousin parents- predominately from the city's large Pakistani population, the Independent reported.
Twenty per cent of Emiratis who had pre-marital health tests in the UAE capital last year were looking to marry their first cousin, the latest Health Authority Abu Dhabi (HAAD) figures have shown.
Jim Menzies condemned first cousin Allan Menzies, convicted in 2003 of beating and stabbing a friend to death before eating part of his head and drinking his blood from a whisky glass.
Susannah is stuck on board sailing ship Athena's Secret with bickering parents, her attractive first cousin Martin, and a crewmember named Axel who will not stop hitting on her.
Yasin's donor was a first cousin of the patient and a 23year-old university student.
I wouldn't say that my parents pressured me, but I felt that society expected it," said Noor, who married her first cousin when she was 19.
Pre-reproductive death percentage increases among first cousin married couples.
One of Francis and Auguste's daughters, Victoria, is the mother of British Queen Victoria, who is first cousin with August, son of Ferdinand, one of Francis and Auguste's sons.
However, the picture for first cousin marriages is not as grim as portrayed here.

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