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family

n. 1) husband, wife and children. 2) all blood relations. 3) all who live in the same household including servants and relatives, with some person or persons directing this economic and social unit.

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"My biggest sadness is that I may never meet my grandaughter. She's two years and five months old and she was born after my arrest.
The former Bullring wholesale market trader was joined by her grandaughter Jenny and great grandaughter Catherine to mark her latest milestone.
Susan adds: "We thought if Queen Victoria's grandaughter had a special cake to mark her wedding, then it would Continued be nice to reinvent the Battenburg cake to mark 30
But despite his crippling drug addiction, Mr Fiddess was described as a family man who doted on his young grandaughter.
AN elderly woman and her grandaughter were yesterday counting the cost of a Twelfth bonfire after embers gutted their home.
She admitted driving without a licence and insurance at Towyn, Conwy, and taking a Renault Clio without the consent of the owner, her grandaughter, on January 27.
Pictured is Rita Scarr with daughter Leslie Pruski and grandaughter Leanne Pruski.
[c] Georgina Nicholson, 64, Wallsend, retired IT worker, on a day out with grandaughter Rose, five: "All the children grew up here and now my grandaughter.
I do this to mine after my grandaughter's flew off her car and nearly knocked a cyclist off his bike.
Goodbye Me Dad onward we must go, with you in my heart how can I say no.) -Your loving son Graham, Julie and grandaughter Jemma
Love wife Chris, daughters Paula and Angela and three grandaughter.
Defazio, the late Nicholas DeFazio; step sister of Andrew Ambrose, Sarah Ambrose and Allison Ambrose; grandaughter of Louis DeFazio and Alice Carroll.