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He visited Belgium and Paris in the summer of 1815, two months after Waterloo, and published his reflections on the immediate aftermath of Napoleonic empire as Paul's Letters to his Kinsfolk (1816); the fullest account and analysis of his visit is provided by Donald Sultana, 1993.
Whenever an infant is born within the tribe, Herodotus reports, "The kinsfolk surround the newly born and lament for him, for all the ill he must endure, once he has now been born, and they set forth all the sufferings of men.
even if it be against your own selves or your parents and kinsfolk.
I expect the legitimate demands of our kinsfolk in Gaza to be met.
Joseph had little regard for the plight of his kinsfolk during the time of regional famine.
Even their kinsfolk in Scandinavia were subject to powerful kings and lords.
Faruk Loy-oy-lu, deputy chairman of the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP), told Today's Zaman: "In terms of humanitarian law and morals and [because] Turkmens are our kinsfolk, it is a completely wrong attitude to close the borders to Turkmens.
He said: "These are your brothers and kinsfolk, we want you to adopt innovation and creativity as an approach in your work, and to compete among yourselves to deliver to them high-quality and ultra-fast effective results.
Within the human life domain, the number of lives at risk and the context of one's own kinsfolk versus strangers affect framing effect.
In Abram's case, he and his wife are expected to "Go forth from the land of your kinsfolk and from your father's house.
With concert season calming and cold weather coming, this is the perfect time for Tamer to get out of Dodge, changing his main focus to the kinsfolk.