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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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Intifada documentary cinema and especially the "Blood Relations" films constitute, thus, a new epistemology, one that stands in radical opposition to the continued failure of Israeli society (and fiction films) towards the Other and Otherness.
Almost two-third marriages in Pakistan involved blood relations between spouses based on PDHS 2012-13 data.
The author demonstrates how Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's works challenge common 18th-century ideas about family and relationships, and how he questions the nature of relationships, the definitions of family, aristocratic and civil family structures, arranged marriages, the purpose of family, how it is structured, the role of blood relations, prejudices about same-sex relationships, stereotypes about the power of men and fathers and the lack of power of women, and other ideas.
After the official part of the presentation, all those interested in the Ukraine situation could view the documentary movie (original named) "Ridni" ("The Blood relations") by director Vitaliy Manskyi.
Khartoum, May.21 (SUNA) - The Minister of Trade, Salah Mohammed Al-Hassan has affirmed the firmness of the official relations with Eritrea because of the strong trade, economic and blood relations linking the two countries .
According to Congress leaders, often NRIs find it difficult to claim their right over the large chunks of land they have invested in as such property is usually managed by their blood relations. As NRIs are on short visits to the state, approaching authorities for redressal of their complaints often takes a back seat.
Blood relations and spouses living in a vil- lage can be accommodated into such groups.
Hollywood star Goldie Hawn and her daughter Kate Hudson were a prime example - but it wasn't limited to blood relations.
He added that the cooperation between the Sultanate and the Republic of Burundi is a good omen for joint cooperation between the two countries, saying: "There is a social and historical relationships binding us and will develop with the Republic of Burundi" The President of the Republic of Burundi, then gave a speech during which he said: "We are honoured to host this international conference, which is held in the Republic of Burundi, and which reflects the civilisation and cultural cohesion between the two countries and that there are blood relations between the Omanis and Burundians, and there are Omani families are still living in Burundi.
Shaikh Khalid asserted the strategic bonds between the two countries based on common history, fate, blood relations and religion.
The people on both sides have blood relations with each other and the families cannot depart.
Moreover, none of the slain premier's blood relations have ever pursued the assassination case.