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The direct line of descent; a pedigree.
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market for bloodline tubing sets used in hemodialysis treatment.
From the Philippine point of view, our position is to just allow us to play our dual citizens for as long as they can prove bloodline, regardless of when they were issued their Philippine passports.
In over all, the recently concluded Lahore Winter Meetings once again brought in to limelight that home thoroughbreds having the Northern Dancer Bloodline bearing has been continuously showing superlative pedigree brilliance in comparison to progenies of other well-known sires, who have been pushed to lower position particularly over long distance races.
Non-Germans not requiring extermination -- Poles, Slavs, and Russians -- were to become slaves and their countries turned into agrarian support systems to ensure the health of the German bloodline. Ultimately, Nazism was a future-focused system that held Aryans unaccountable for past and current failings; all miseries resulted from Judeo-Christian conspiracies.
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"Bloodline: A Tale from the Town of Harmony" (226 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0692589939) is available online at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
Regimental Secretary of The Royal Welsh Lieutenant Colonel Chris Kilmister said: "Lance Corporal Gwillam Jenkins will be missed by members of the Regiment but his bloodline will continue and the next generation of mascots will maintain his legacy and our tradition."
But just like there are some service members more prone to heroics than others, there's something that sets the breeding dog apart from its peers--the bloodline.
Though my surname is a reminder, the French has become a very diluted portion of my bloodline.
We will be rebuilding the Glenrock herd for the future from Spangle's bloodline."
Plot: When her mum is attacked and taken from their home in New York City by a demon, a seemingly ordinary teenage girl, Clary Fray, finds out truths about her past and bloodline on her quest to get her back that changes her entire life.
There will now be an acute, growing and highly rewarded demand for stakes-winning broodmares who can provide an outcross to the aforementioned concentration of stallion bloodline.