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siblings

Plural of sibling, see there.
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She is currently a Director at PALS Programs, an advocate for The Next Step Programs, and leads a support group for siblings of individuals with disabilities.
The MMR vaccine rate for those with affected siblings were 73% at age 2 years
Funeral prayers were held for the siblings after Dhuhr prayers and they were buried in Al Mutawa'a cemetery.
The geographically diverse study population included 95,727 children born in 2001-2007 who had an older sibling and were enrolled for at least 5 years, said Dr.
And it seems younger siblings find security in relaxation and a sense of humour while the older sibling does the same by having more order in his or her life.
Teaching moments included everything from learning to count, to learning how to rub chalk off a blackboard where the older siblings would launch into a teaching moment unasked, although sometimes the younger child requested instructions.
The Foundation recognized the importance of supporting all children who face childhood cancer, including siblings, and became dedicated to seeing SuperSibs
In coming to a view about this dif-ficult issue, I have been humbled by correspondence from a small group to whom local authorities should listen much more: those who have already adopted siblings.
Children from large families whose older siblings scored higher during the interaction, however, tended to score higher on the test than those whose older brother or sister scored lower during the interaction.
The good effect of siblings was seen among Americans of all generations studied.
The mental health of those experiencing property and psychological aggression, whether from siblings or peers, did not differ.
However, numbers of eggs/ egg mass and of egg masses did not differ between females mated with siblings, non- siblings or with both types of males (Fig.