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cousin

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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Peter's in Rome, an enterprise that had been undertaken by his granduncle, Michelangelo, and left incomplete with his death in 1564.
The Russians' harrying of the column's flanks and rear resumed on the road to Vilna, and it would have been on this final leg of the retreat that Conrad's granduncle Nicholas Bobrowski, making his way through Lithuania in the last leg of retreat, "ate dog" in a Lithuanian forest (PRec).
"Bone metastases are incredibly painful," notes Cooper, recalling that his granduncle suffered for years from unrelenting bone pain from prostate cancer that had spread.
The particular church I attended was composed almost entirely of Chinese Americans; it was founded by my granduncle, pastored by my uncle, and most of the deacons were relatives.
(18.) This macabre scene may reflect Conrad's earliest impression of the retreat from Moscow, a story told by his granduncle about how he and two other of Napoleon's soldiers evaded several Cossacks at the edge of a Lithuanian village and evaded hunger by eating a barking dog.
Myiti Sengstacke said the auction decision followed the collapse of a recapitalization plan she had favored as a way to retain a family role in the paper, founded 94 years ago by her great- granduncle, Robert Sengstacke Abbott.
Hugh's granduncle Bill was famous for his roping ability.
A granduncle, who has no children, wishes to gift property to his grandnephew.
The late Mrs Goh Teck Chow remembered seeing her granduncle Wong Ah Fook standing with an umbrella in the sun, supervising the construction of Jalan Wong Ah Fook.
Example 3: Granduncle, who has no children wishes to give property to his grandnephew.
Granduncle Andrew donated his extensive art collection to the American people, and built the National Gallery in Washington to house it.