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Like Joe Christmas, Charles Bon, and Charles Etienne, Ike's unnamed kinswoman can pass as white.
Specifically, Cockacoeske possessed two distinct advantages that eluded her ancestral kinswoman, though both at least partially represented a direct result of Pocahontas's sacrifice.
99) Jacquetta, daughter of the Count of Luxembourg and kinswoman to half the royalty of Europe carved out a life for herself as Queen Margaret of Anjou''s close friend and a Lancaster supporter - until the day her daughter fell in love and married the rival King Edward IV.
Stephen or a kinswoman of the German Emperor Henry II or III (the latter is more likely).
It is described by Perrin in the following passage: "A close kinswoman of the dead person, usually belonging to that person's lineage .
This is an iconic moment, nothing less than a rape and that too of a kinswoman.
If she could bring their union to effect, she would be assured of a harborage in their home; as Sophie's kinswoman and the couple's marriage-broker she would be like a mother to them both.
I was proud to be his colleague, kinswoman, and friend.
Levick (note 4) 12-13 argues that Vespasian married a kinswoman and that the marriage was designed to keep property within the family.
6) Thus, even in her 'carefree days' Lucy was "not without a sense that there were more interesting and dignified employments in life than ribbon work and gossip, and for this I was indebted to my kinswoman Catherine Helen Spence [whose] motto was 'Everything human can be improved'.
As Mary's greeting to Elizabeth brought her kinswoman peace, so too her salute to the New World with the gift of her image and her protection had for 225 years wrought numerous conversions to Christ, temporal blessings, healings, and continuous peace.