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blood ties

A popular term for any genetic relationship between one person and/or party and another.
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Households based on marital and blood ties predominated, but the presence of non-related members remained high, making the average number per household higher than for other groups.
Recently he directed PAST SINS for Lifetime starring Young & Restless' Lauralee Bell and Rebecca Jenkins -- and episodes of the new LIFETIME TV Vampire series BLOOD TIES.
The play, Blood Ties, at the Edinburgh Festival from August 12 to 24, explores the horrors of hen nights with a dark comedy, where the bride's uncle shoots himself in his bathroom on the eve of her wedding, which understandably throws everyone into disarray.
Eve, who has a sister Jordan, 23, and brothers Elijah, 14, and 11-yearold John Abraham, finished work on the film Blood Ties last year.
I'D barely finished marvelling over the musical Blood Brothers at Coventry's Belgrade Theatre when I dipped into this novel about families, blood ties and identity.
She arrived in West Cork in 1971 on an assignment with her photographer husband Mark, Ralph and his five siblings reveal in a documentary, Ralph Fiennes' Blood Ties, to be screened on RTE on Thursday.
She not only accepts her Hemings kinship, she accepts the idea that there were blood ties between the two branches before Sally was born.
Winning just won 2 awards at the Houston Film Festival in Texas and a Special Jury Award for his work on the Lifetime vampire series BLOOD TIES.
And with two more movies out next year, an as-yet-untitled Nicole Holofcener project and Blood Ties opposite Mila Kunis, Marion Cotillard and Zoe Saldana, the only way is up for modest Eve.
Kids corner BYELEANOR LECOMBER, AGE13 Blood Ties by Sophie McKenzie My favourite book is a thriller called Blood Ties by Sophie McKenzie.
FROM the siege of Siena to the shores of Canada, Blood Ties paints a picture of a world obsessed with witchcraft and religious dogma.