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relationship

(Family tie), noun affinity, blood relation, blood ties, consanguinity, extraction, family connection, kindredship, kinship, lineage, propinquitas, relation
Associated concepts: blood relationship, intestate succession, paternity proceeding
Foreign phrases: Affinis mei affinis non est mihi affinis.One who is a relative of my relative by marriage is not my relative.

relationship

(Connection), noun alignment, analogy, appositeness, association, bearing, bond, coaction, coalition, cognatio, cognation, combination
See also: affiliation, affinity, association, bloodline, chain, connection, contact, filiation, kinship, nexus, privity, propinquity, proportion, rapport, relation, relevance
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Furthermore, theories that focus on mate selection within the context of long-term marital relationships may not be applicable to adolescents.
Long-term relationships produce price stabilization because suppliers can establish strategic relationships with their own suppliers.
The articles herein consider the primary relationships of the social realm and how they impact, or are impacted by, the secondary or tertiary ones such as class or nation--something the best biographies strive to accomplish.
My personal exploration of non-monogamy came about as I began to recognize that my attractions for many people were not validated when I was in relationships with one person.
In addition to the sexual power variables, we examined other participant characteristics and sexual practices that have been hypothesized to effect condom use consistency and HIV status or which might confound relationships of primary interest.
Throughout, two down-to-earth themes resonate with those trying to sustain relationships based on sound strategies that build value: One, Peppers and Rogers don't merely think prioritizing the customer requires crossing division boundaries, bridging organizational boundaries or challenging habits-of-thought boundaries.
A qualitative study can provide in-depth information to illuminate attitudes of mothers toward father-child relationships and present a contextual picture of the role of mothers in decisions regarding visitation.
Long-term mentoring relationships have been known to be highly effective in assisting individuals with disabilities to excel in education and employment, as the mentor is personally vested by providing a nurturing and stimulating relationship conducive to personal and professional growth.
The purpose of the present study was to extend research on mentoring relationships in several ways.

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