blood ties

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blood ties

A popular term for any genetic relationship between one person and/or party and another.
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He told a committee of MPs investigating the blood ties rule: "I don't want to go around showing wounds and bruises.
Your special bond already transcends any blood tie.
In my experience, after the initial meeting they find they have nothing in common, the blood tie is not everything and not all have happy endings.
What prompted the research was information there are many people in Masantol whose surnames are Bonifacio and when one of Regala's students told him that their old relatives claimed blood ties with the hero.
Blood Ties The Space @ Venue 45, Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh
Don't let a small thing like blood ties stop you, Paddy.
FROM the siege of Siena to the shores of Canada, Blood Ties paints a picture of a world obsessed with witchcraft and religious dogma.
It is he, in the end, who makes the Count understand that love is what matters; though we should respect those who deserve it, honor and blood ties alone mean nothing.
The Green Room comes to Bravo from filmmaker Steven Cantor, who has earned an Academy Award nomination for Blood Ties, his documentary about photographer Sally Mann and the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Audience Award for Bounce: Behind the Velvet Curtain.
MANILA -- The Firm has blood ties to one of the Court of Appeals justices accused of receiving P25 million in payoffs to prevent the Ombudsman from enforcing its 60-day suspension order on Mayor Jejomar Erwin Junjun Binay Jr.
In her new film, Blood Ties, she didn't have to go far to research her role as she plays a woman who will do anything for her children.
BY ELEANOR LE COMBER, AGE 13 Blood Ties by Sophie McKenzie In this fast-paced thriller, Rachel and Theo are on the run from an extremist group while trying to find out about their pasts.