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1. The state of being a father; fatherhood.
2. Descent on a father's side; paternal descent.
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This article will explore the resurgence of Quebec civil procedure's Romano-Germanic filiation by analyzing the historical development of the province's law and the reforms it has undergone.
5'-6', damage to the tablet precludes determining whether the mention of Anu-baldssu-iqbi records Diophantos' second name or occurs in the statement of his paternal grandfather in a standard filiation expression; BiMes 24 31 identifies Diophantos only as the son of Kephaldn; BM 114408:3-4 refers to Anu-balassu-iqbi a.
he: "patrilineal filiation group", but used here, in extension, for a whole, or a set of clans, that can fit various of them.
held that for a parental project to exist, it is necessary for the person who provides the genetic material to voluntarily agree to limit his or her role and to avoid the legal consequences of filiation that would normally follow.
Un rappel des notions de filiation, de parente et de parentalite s'avere done necessaire (A), avant d'enoncer brievement les raisons qui militent en faveur d'une reforme du regime actuel d'adoption (B).
the Act instituting civil unions and establishing new rules of filiation, which creates an institution, the civil union, for couples of the opposite or the same sex who wish to make a public commitment to live together as a couple and to uphold the rights and obligations stemming from such status.
The impossibility of recollecting the past by collecting objects that would serve as traces or mementos prevents Christmas, like Glissant's uprooted Africans, from achieving filiation or legitimacy, the essential bases for atavistic culture.
The filiation of the Guerras civiles de Granada was clearly a model for Cervantes's parodic framing of his "true history" as the work of the chronicler Cide Hamete Benengeli.
Under these conditions the 'our', that The Australian so smoothly deploys, moves from the 'our' of filiation to the 'our' of possession.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that "Confirmation perfects baptismal grace; it is the sacrament that gives the Holy Spirit in order to root us more deeply in the divine filiation, it incorporates us more firmly into Christ, it strengthens our bond with the church, it associates us more closely with her mission, and it helps us bear witness to the Christian faith in words accompanied by deeds.
I have a feeling that there is a filiation between you and Agnon, that you too have problems with the genre, that at best you can only have what Alan Mintz--also writing about Agnon--called "transactions with the novel.
Becoming produces nothing by filiation; all filiation is imaginary.