half-sibling


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half-sibling

one of two or more children who have one parent in common (a half-brother or half-sister). Also called half-sib.
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She said that adolescents with a half-sibling with a different father are about 65 percent more likely to have used marijuana, uppers, inhalants, cocaine, crack, hallucinogens, sedatives, or other drugs by the time of their 15th birthday than those who have only full siblings.
Mirror, May 11 ( ANI ): Tiger Woods' half-siblings have revealed that their calls for help from the golf superstar have fallen on deaf ears.
The three-year-old colt is from the first crop of Mingun, who stands alongside Kingmambo at Lane's End Farm in Kentucky for $5,000 - a fraction of what his elder half-sibling commands at a private fee.
I'm sure my son will enjoy having a half-sibling," said Moynahan in a statement.
This week, as the fantasy drama set in the legendary king's court reaches the halfway point, we pause from ladies in lakes and swords in stones to examine the differences between Arthur, above, and his half-sibling Morgan, highlighting their contrasting perspectives on justice.
The 'Havoc' star revealed she knew about the consensual sex between her father, the leader of the 60's group 'The Mamas and the Papas', and her half-sibling Mackenzie Phillips.
Obama's young half-sibling was in the headlines last year after it was revealed that he was living in a corrugated iron shack in a sprawling slum as his brother ran for the most powerful job in the world.
Judge Freedman said: "The background is a fallout with your half-siblings and you thought they had neglected your father, who is in his 80s and not in good health.
She dreamed of finding not only her birth mother but her biological father and any siblings or half-siblings she may have.
Simon also has a sister and three younger half-siblings from his mother's second marriage.
At the time of Dawn's birth, two of her half-siblings were in government care due to concerns regarding possible risk of abuse
Apart from any draconian limits being retrospective it leaves the question about how the state will assess eligibility when considering half-siblings and adopted or fostered children and the simple problem of multiple single births.