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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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During the meeting, issues of strengthening blood ties among adolescents in conflict with the law were also considered; compliance with federal legislation on education for persons held in a room working in the regime of an investigative isolator in the VC; continuous support of pupils after serving punishment in the VC and preparing for release as a way of resocialization; prevention of the spread of criminal subculture among minors; ways of interaction between the VC and public organizations to strengthen and restore the child-parent relationship.
The blood ties, the years spent together, the experiences shared, make such families unique among human relationships.
In an interview with reporters after the hearing, Poe said she dearly wished that she could actually meet up with blood relatives in Iloilo though a reunion with the Militar family whom she first suspected to have had blood ties with.
About your blood ties to Kiefer Sutherland; your sadistic faith in the
More than an average family drama, "Babamin Sesi" conveys the depth of human character and blood ties.
The dispute is a lesson for the member states that the people of the GCC are one, with strong blood ties, shared history and who aspire to a common future.
Blood Ties can be seen in art house cinemas but is also the most high profile film to date to have been given a simultaneous digital download and premium on-demand release.
BLOOD TIES (15) CLIVE Owen stars in this ambitious crime thriller set in Brooklyn in 1974.
Marion Cotillard wore a Christian Dior Haute Couture dress and Dior shoes to a press conference for her new film Blood Ties.
The statement concluded by affirming that the Syrian people have always stood bravely and made sacrifices to help their Arab brethren in their time of need, including their brethren in Palestine, Algeria, Egypt, Kuwait, Lebanon, Iraq, Somalia and Sudan, and that this altruistic reaching out to their brethren is motivated by the Syrians' belief in the they share a mutual destiny and blood ties.
Nasab is the Arabic word meaning family ties or blood ties that relates one member of a family to another.
But stressing the "need for concerned denuclearization" was almost as far as China could go given its own long blood ties with North Korea.