blood tie

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References in classic literature ?
No, you are right," he said, "it is not as though there was a blood tie.
The relationship between brothers and sisters is a unique one, unlike any other blood tie.
Of course, an outfit like Coolmore also is looking at his potential as a sire, and his blood tie to Forestry, a $100,000-per-live-foal stallion in Kentucky, serves as a pretty good reference.
In my experience, after the initial meeting they find they have nothing in common, the blood tie is not everything and not all have happy endings.
Sounds sensible until you realise that this will also include step-grannies or friends, anyone without a blood tie to a child they care for over two hours or more and who accepts money for their services.
This blood tie doesn't in itself make a good parent, nor result in some automatic link.
A WELL, there's no blood tie to stop you having a relationship, and I presume you are both single?
Whatever the actual chance of a blood tie between the blue and green halves of Glasgow, the idea gave fans of both clubs a good laugh.
But the ace up Jim's sleeve was without a doubt his blood tie to Scotland.
OK, she's not his birth mother and there's no blood tie between them.
The father-and-son blood tie is being ignored in America's endless replay of the Cold War.
Already your special bond transcends any blood tie.