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descendant

(dĭ-sĕn′dənt)
n.
One whose descent can be traced to a particular individual or group: a descendant of Queen Victoria; descendants of a prize-winning horse.
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This neo-liberal moment has had a number of consequences on the utilization of cultural politics of difference by indigenous groups and more recently by African descendents within Mexico, and how these groups have engaged the preexisting rhetoric of mestizaje and exclusion.
As I walked across Ely Bridge recently for a drink at the Ty Pwll Coch (translated into English - the House of the Red Pool in memory of the infamous battle), I wondered if any of the soldiers transported to the plantations or their descendents, had returned to Cardiff as immigrants?
Cemin's work is funny, thought provoking, and a condensed summary of the unresolved conflict between figuration and abstraction that haunts modernism and its descendents. His sculpture satirizes itself in the act of satirizing the unresolvable standoff between art and life.
Some of the descendents of Ravana also migrated to Gujarat's Jamanagar, Bhuj and Kutch areas About 200 families, believed to be descendents of Ravana and from Mudgal Gotra, still live in Jodhpur.
A libation ceremony on the River Mersey, to remember and call for the blessings of, descendents concluded the event yesterday.
Lachman, the producer of a television newsmagazine program, charts the lives of the descendents of Abraham Lincoln.
I AM looking for any descendents of Adelaide Victoria Prosser and Richard Alfred Urwick Lowe.
The factory was the subject of a management buy-in led by business consultant Rob Clarke and the retail outlets were bought by brothers John and Peter Newbould - descendents of the original Newbould family.
You'll be sharing the stage with seven-year-old Daphne and 12-year-old Sabrina, the Grimm sisters, descendents of the Brothers Grimm!
Searching for descendents of Robert and George Winter.
They were sold by descendents of Norwood owner John Luscombe and were expected to fetch up to pounds 5,000 at Dominic Winter Auctions in Cirencester, Glos.
While Herbert's descendents have kept a public profile, Herbert's four living daughters have shied away from the public's eye.