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SON, kindred. An immediate male descendant. In its technical meaning in devises, this is a word of purchase, but the testator may make it a word of descent. Sometimes it is extended to more remote descendants.

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I think about (Brian Rourke), because I know, as a father, it hurts me just because my son is not home.
And a voice came from heaven: "You are my Son, the Beloved; with you I am well pleased" (Luke 3:22).
It would mean a lot more if I could get my son back.
Now, my son, may Yahweh be with you and may you succeed, and may you build the house of Yahweh your God just as he has spoken concerning you.
It's really important to me that the atmosphere changes in the military so no one else has to experience what my son went through.
What is important is that this Saturday, my son will be appointed a Los Angeles paramedic-firefighter.
I knew I shouldn't have run in public--no grown man should be seen lifting his robes, baring his legs in order to run--but I had to get to my son.
The only thing my son said was he was not there, he knows nothing about it, and he didn't do it,'' Jennings said.
I told my son to do everything in his power to get up and open the garage door.
If there was some way I could tell not only my son but also all my kids and any other kid, 'This is really what it's like for your parents - at least the good ones - to go through life for you.
If I hit my son in front of her, I would go to jail.
Tom's caddy handed my son Tom's ball after Tom sank a putt on No.