common parentage

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Indeed, one of the greatest strengths of Projections lies in the author's juxtaposition of comics with film, arguing not only how the history of each greatly informed the development of the other, but how both art forms share common parentage.
Perhaps now is the time to begin a conversation about how a new, combined set of rules would work to the great benefit of both codes, of what, in its origins, language and espirit de corps, is a common parentage in the game of rugby football.
Because of the common parentage and existing cooperative marketing programs, this corporate integration not only promises further synergies, but also enhances and extends our reach into both the front office and back office of virtually any customer.