de Treville, the third personage in the kingdom paternal
After having thanked his fellow citizens, Cornelius proceeded to his old paternal
house, and gave directions for some repairs, which he wished to have executed before the arrival of his wife and children; and thence he wended his way to the house of his godson, who perhaps was the only person in Dort as yet unacquainted with the presence of Cornelius in the town.
laugh was echoed by Joseph, who thought the joke capital.
Lord Dawlish, if he had been able to diagnose correctly the almost paternal
attitude which had become his host's normal manner these days, would have been equally embarrassed but less startled, for conscience had already suggested to him from time to time that he had been guilty of a feeling toward Elizabeth warmer than any feeling that should come to an engaged man.
Finally, those sentiments dictate the lines--grateful, sympathetic, paternal
lines--which appear in this place.
As she researches her paternal
great-aunts Jadwiga and Michaela, she soon finds out more about their experiences under Nazi occupation.
and his wife Patricia, maternal great-grandparents Robert and Gail Keith, his paternal
grandparents Angelo "Papo" Martinez and Evelyn Cruz predeceased him, paternal
great-grandmothers Angelica Cruz, and Isabel Martinez of Bronx NY, and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.
grandfather was a British Army officer, and his paternal
grandmother was a Prussian nightclub singer who fled Berlin to escape the persecution of Jews.
This study examined paternal
and maternal bookreading frequency among 430 low-income families and investigated whether paternal
bookreading and maternal bookreading predicted children's early language and cognitive development and emergent literacy skills.
relationship between paternal
incarceration and the quality of the
I AM hoping to trace descendants of my paternal
grandparents who were omas Owen Green and Laura Green (formerly King).
The specific associations with paternal
age were much, much larger than in previous studies," said D'Onofrio, who collaborated with researchers at Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.