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pa·ter·ni·ty

(pə-tûr′nĭ-tē)
n.
1. The state of being a father; fatherhood.
2. Descent on a father's side; paternal descent.
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It also enabled the identification of transcultural factors such as secrecy, difficulties in becoming psychologically autonomous, filiation in the setting of adoption and rapid social change.
Le present article (2) explore le lien etroit (3) entre desir d'enfant, filiation et nomination, en cherchant a preciser comment l'histoire d'un couple et de son desir d'un premier enfant peut eclairer le sens qu'il donne a la venue de celui-ci et la maniere avec laquelle il a choisi ses nom et prenom(s).
The evolution of the law, the paradigm shifts within it, and the recent reforms to civil procedure in particular--effectuated by the adoption of a new Code of civil procedure--present an opportunity to reflect on its filiation.
This filiation seems to justify putting forward the hypothesis that the birth and endurance of an architectural filiation are independent of the culture of origin, whether Western or Asian.
According to court records, on coming to know that his wife had delivered a baby, he rushed to an Abu Dhabi police station to register a denial of filiation case.
Alors ma generation, desarmee, a pu choisir le refuge dans la filiation des parents.
Is filiation or being begotten the characteristic of the Son and what does it mean when the Son is called the Word (Verbum) and in what sense can intellect be attributed to the Son?
In addition, the law on filiation itself has been changed to reflect these new "realities.
Il a le droit de ne pas perdre la moitie de sa filiation et de son identite.
Under the filiation provisions in the Civil Code, if a child is born of a "parental project" involving assisted conception, it is presumed the spouse, whether male or female, of the woman who gave birth to the child is the child's other parent.
Following general introductory matters, chapters are presented on the status of a person, registration of civil status, personality rights, names, nationality, domicile and residence, mentally handicapped persons, marriage, divorce, cohabitation without marriage, filiation, adoption, parental authority, guardianship and fosterage, kinships and relationships of affinity, matrimonial property, intestate succession, testamentary succession, and acquisition and administration of the estate.