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family

Traditionally, people who are related by blood or marriage. The term can mean many different things depending on the circumstances. Most statutes have a section devoted to “definitions” that will tell you the intended definition of words used in the law. For example, the concept of what constitutes a family may be important in zoning cases for single-family housing or apartment restrictions against non-family members living in the apartment with the tenant.

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So this Nobel Prize winner who was convinced he belonged to the "fa- voured white race" in fact had a great-grandparent from the African "unfavoured race", a blood relative who after enforced migration, arrived on the other side of the Atlantic.
A proper view of the transaction would have been that D (a fourth tier subsidiary) acquired the Target assets for its great-grandparent's (A's) stock.
Survivors include her parents, Clay and Katelyn Shadowens, of Pittsburg; maternal grandparents, Tony and Lori Mocaby, of Pittsburg; paternal grandparents, Clay and Tonya Shadowens, of Goreville; maternal great-grandparents, William and Caroline Mocaby, of Pittsburg and Linda Rutledge of Pittsburg; paternal great-grandparents, Dale and Candace Shadowens, of Goreville and Caroline and Michael Montgomery, of Johnston City; maternal great-great-grandparents, Henry Shaver and Roy Rutledge, of Arkansas; aunts, Amber Raby and husband, Justin, of Benton and Tiffany Shadowens of Marion; uncles, Tyler Shadowens and wife, Courtney, of Crab Orchard and Justin Shadowens of Goreville; and cousins, Finley, Blake, Heston and Hayden.
It was one thing when the cemetery where my great-grandparents and great-aunt are buried in Philadelphia was desecrated right after the inauguration of the current occupant of the Oval Office.
Their great-grandparents set up trading areas and vegetable farms or helped build the roads to the mountain city.
OUR war veterans, and the parents, grandparents or great-grandparents of most UK citizens alive today, fought bravely at great personal cost to rid Europe of Nazi Germany.
He also regularly sees his great-grandparents, Sandra and Alex MacKay.
It fuses fact with fiction to take readers deep into the life of the author's great-grandparents, Margaret-Ann and the Reverend Morgan Humphrey Jones.
and his wife Patricia, maternal great-grandparents Robert and Gail Keith, his paternal grandparents Angelo "Papo" Martinez and Evelyn Cruz predeceased him, paternal great-grandmothers Angelica Cruz, and Isabel Martinez of Bronx NY, and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Which seems strange as that includes everyone who voted for us to join the Common Market; it also means that most parents and all grandparents, great-grandparents and their ancestors were all uncaring narrow-minded hypocrites, whose malicious ideas, beliefs and culture should be permanently erased from our memories.
Isabella May Crump was found in the water at her great-grandparents' villa in the Costa Blanca region on Wednesday afternoon.
Even great-grandparents could be helping out with looking after children in 25 years' time, the report by holiday company Butlins said.