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blood relation

n.
A person who is related to another by birth rather than by marriage.

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I'd had enough experience of trying to teach them things in the past to know that they don't naturally listen to anyone who's a blood relation.
Perhaps the most familiar name is that of the successful Bernardino Campi, a contemporary and native of Cremona, who however was neither a blood relation nor connected to the art of the Brothers Campi.
As the son of a mother adopted by an Irishman, Tony, not being a blood relation, did not qualify for Irish citizenship until a change in the law made in 1991.
The new laws imposed that surrogacy will only be permitted if the would-be parents are heterosexual married couple who are medically infertile, that the surrogacy is done with altruistic purpose and that the surrogate had blood relation to the ones looking for surrogate.
What blood relation was Prince Albert to Queen Victoria?
Still, unless you are a blood relation of David Simcock, you probably won't find it quite as hard to come up with an answer to the central question posed by the international handicappers in their latest set of rankings.
For example, several have tried to reject claims for holiday cancellation because a step-child, instead of a blood relation, was taken ill.
Mr Morrey,back in Liverpool from his home in Australia, said Wayne was related to the boxer through his great-greatgrandfather, who was a blood relation of Fitzsimmons.
He said that people should avoid marriage with first blood relation and should be very careful while driving and crossing roads.
A Mehram of a women could be her husband or a blood relation including father, brother, son, maternal and parental grandfathers, real uncles, real nephews and real grandsons.
Local officials say marrying a blood relation is illegal but they have no plans to take action.
For years, Graziella had lived with Rosalba Giraudo, who was not a blood relation, but with whom she coincidentally shared a name.