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blood relation

n.
A person who is related to another by birth rather than by marriage.

blood relationship n.
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The 1989 AABB survey divided irradiation for relatives into all family members, first-degree blood relatives, and non-blood relatives, whereas our study simply used the term blood relatives.
So property of unmarried people who made no will could pass only to their children or blood relatives.
PYONGYANG (TAP) - Following the execution of Jang Song Taek for allegedly plotting to overthrow the North Korean state, Daily NK has learned that a substantial number of the former elite official's blood relatives are being transferred to political prison camps.
But eyebrows are raised when those connections are blood relatives.
A majority of Arabs believe that marriages between blood relatives should be discouraged and that governments should be educating people about the health risks involved, according to the latest Doha Debates opinion poll.
The superstar's enraged mother insisted their relationship was wrong despite the lovers not being blood relatives, raging: "What they're doing is incestuous.
Federal government has also issued instructions to FC Commandant that special quota would be reserved for the blood relatives of the martyrs from security forces , which scarified their lives during the war against terrorism as well as people belonging to entire tribes in the recruitment Earlier the provincial government demanded for returning of FC deployed outside province but federal government had refused due to security problems.
The execution shall be carried out in presence of the victim's blood relatives or whosoever represents the victim.
The pool of potentially mixed-race donors is made even more difficult because blood relatives of patients often don't qualify, and trying to find a volunteer with the right racial combination can be extremely tough, experts said.
To identify the dead, any body part of the deceased found at the scene of the crime, along with the blood samples of blood relatives such as parents or children, is required.
The team found that blood relatives of flu victims were more likely to die than non-relatives, even during different flu outbreaks.