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A popular term for an older relative of one at risk for Huntington’s disease, who did not develop the disease

escapee

A popular term for older relatives of those at risk for Huntington's disease, who didn't develop the disease. See Huntington's disease.
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Through cooperation with the NSA, the Interior Minister arrested the two escapees along with 8 additional wanted persons at a house in Sr on April 23.
Fautre and his volunteers interviewed 35 recent escapees from North Korean camps over the last 18 months, and 31 said they witnessed babies killed by abandonment or being smothered with plastic sheets.
Of the escapees, some have escaped from prison, like the now notorious IRA Maze escapees, but others are runaways from young offenders institutions.
The total number of the captured escapees became eight escapees out of sixteen prisoners who escaped from the prison on last Wednesday, including five Qaeda leaders sentenced to death.
But instead of running, the escapees argue about everything that's gone wrong so far.
Escape From Death Row" features first-person accounts from convicted murderer, Lem Tuggle, one of the escapees, and Dennis Stockton, an inmate who helped plan the break out.
COLDITZ Castle was a Second World War prisoner of war camp for the most persistent - and ingenious - escapees.
If the sirens were sounded after a real escape, local schools would go into lockdown mode, to prevent escapees from entering the campuses.
Moreover, most of these, called escapees, don't have a partner on the Y chromosome.
Featuring 19 private cabins tucked amid towering Ponderosa pines, the ranch is a favored respite for captains of industry and celebrity escapees, looking for ultimate beauty and relaxation.
With just over 12kms remaining, the two Spaniards went for broke to leave their fellow escapees in their wake.