blood connection

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Siblings, half-siblings, cousins, uncles and other blood connection that makes telling them apart.
Anthony also joked that he'd been disappointed, having uncovered a blood connection to the area, to find out his own kin had been comparatively normal law-abiding folk.
"Of course a part of me is fascinated and yet I also feel intense revulsion as he has a blood connection to me I wish did not exist.
Players are only allowed to represent a country with which they have no blood connection if they have lived and played there for five years, but Montagliani said his committee would look into changing that period and possibly increasing it.
Germany is frequently cited as an example of the former (it shed its citizenship laws requiring a blood connection to the country only in 2000).
After 11 years, the format is the same and the original spark of wonder we discovered from the genealogy world has been diluted by so many crocodile tears shed over people hundreds of years old with a very thin streak of blood connection.
They have a blood connection and shared history that gives them extra support and stability.
Think again, according to The Huffington Post, which provided quantitative (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/02/kardashian-curse-kim-kardashian-pregnancy-kanye-west_n_2397576.html) proof that the rapper will become disliked now that he will have a blood connection to the Kardashian Klan.
Readers who feel the moving power and sentiment of his words should appreciate the blood connection Emerson felt with that hallowed ground: his grandfather was a Minuteman who fought at both Lexington and Concord that day.
In other words, according to this rationale of family and sexual regulations in the Torah, blood connection among human beings makes for compassion and care.