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kinship

 [kin´ship]
a group of individuals of varying degrees of descent from a common ancestor.

kin·ship

(kin'ship),
The state of being genetically related.

kinship

/kin·ship/ (kin´ship) a group of individuals of varying degrees of descent from a common ancestor.

kinship

Vox populi Relationship by marriage or, specifically, a blood ties

kin·ship

(kin'ship)
The state of being genetically related.

kinship

the possession of a common ancestor in the recent past.

kinship

a group of animals of varying degrees of descent from a common ancestor.
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The new model is part of a package of measures for kinship carers, supported by a $33.
Visit Kinship Carers Liverpool on Facebook or our website kinshipcarersliverpool.
The Children's Home Network Kinship program Grandparents Day Celebration in Hillsborough is funded by the Children's Board of Hillsborough County and United Way Suncoast and sponsored by Molina Healthcare.
AustKin is a large collaborative on-line database project, collating and comparing kinship terminology from languages across Australia.
Greg Abbott sent a letter to agency head John Specia, ordering him to step up enforcement of kinship placements.
1) Online similarity learning algorithm is presented for kinship verification in this paper.
McAveety said: "We have a Scottish Government who talk about fighting poverty but their policy on kinship care is increasing the disadvantage of every child in kinship care in Glasgow.
The randomised, double-blind, multicentre, placebo-controlled KINSHIP trial is being conducted at sites in Canada to evaluate the efficacy and safety of AQX-1125 in around 50 adult patients with mild to moderate atopic dermatitis, as a proof-of-concept trial in this indication.
A poll for charity Family Rights Group showed 84% of the public think kinship carers and the kids they look after should have the same help and support as those adopted.
Now the charity is calling for the Government to support the UK's estimated 200,000 kinship carers.
The Kingdom's courts registered 1,853 cases of proof of kinship last year with Makkah capturing the largest share at 907 cases followed by Jeddah (486), Al-Watan daily said.
Yardley MP John Hemming attended the Kinship Care Summit with the Children's Minister Edward Timpson to discuss how they can be supported.