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Table-1: Frequency and type of blood relationship with husband, and having had a say in choosing husband.
Therefore, while giving important place to blood ties in the formation of state, Ibn Khaldun states that the state is the natural goal of asabiyah, the importance and strength of asabiyah may result from close and direct blood relationships, but the state is more than just blood relationships and more than just leadership; it means superiority and the power to rule by force.
it is unclear whether a blood relationship is necessary between the
Having studied the problems of heredity and the role of blood relationship marriages in the development and duration of NSHL it was noted that in patients with heredity burden and especially in posterities of blood relationship marriages the disease has begun in the early periods of life, was rapidly progressing with having complications and not having the treatment effects.
We see here that while the blood relationship between son and father is still present in terms of a legal obligation, if there is a choice between the father and the teacher, the spiritual father, the latter takes precedence.
Within the context of this new world of the Spirit, those who have faith become "children of Abraham." The relationship with Abraham, the relationship among believers, and the relationship with God are depicted by Paul in terms of familial/kinship/household language now used in the service of relationships that are not blood relationships. The semantic domain of this language in Galatians includes words such as Father, forefathers, children, sons, sonship, brother, blessing, inheritance, heirs/inheritors, descendants, seed of Abraham, coming of age, adoption, mother, birth pains, giving birth, barren, slave, slavery, freedmen, freedom, minors, guardians, administrators, Abba.
The very title of the novel suggests that familial, blood relationship may not be an adequate, or at least the only legitimate, basis for identifying "our own." That Miss Kezee is Paula's mother only "in law" certainly highlights the institutional, the constructed and discursive, nature of their initial relationship.
The main characters have no blood relationship but are joined together out of an agreement, lived as much as verbalized, to be committed to being with each other.
And that's very difficult when you have no blood relationship with them.
Currently, in an RESP that has more than one beneficiary, each beneficiary must be connected to the contributor by blood relationship or by adoption.
The priority list continues with the spouse, adult son or daughter, parent, adult sibling and, finally, any blood relative in descending order of blood relationship. Once that list is exhausted the physician may not use this statute, but like always is not precluded from relying on any other common law or statutory authority for treatment authorization.