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kin

(kĭn)
n.
1.
a. (used with a pl. verb) One's relatives or family: visited my aunt and her kin.
b. A relative or family member: Is she kin of yours?
2. (used with a pl. verb) Organisms that are genetically related to another or others: cauliflower and its kin.
adj.
Related genetically or in the same family.
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Caption: Portraits of the Toronto victims (from top left): Andrew Kinsman, Abdulbasir Faizi, Sorush Mahmudi, Dean Lisowick, Selim Essen, and Majeed Kayhan.
Kinsman and Asher interpret this error to mean that the inscribed age of the Moon referred to the date of the intense Eta Aquariid event, not the ascension itself.
Yet the laugher, at least in "My Kinsman," does not necessarily have to see his amusement at Robin's expense as a "signe of pusillanimity." In laughing at others, readers rather may inflate their egos while correspondingly deflating the characters or institutions at which they laugh.
Kinsman and Gentile have collected a raft of documents previously under government seal and conducted interviews with some of the men and women directly affected.
Kinsman holds a degree in engineering and an MBA from the Graduate School of Management in Melbourne.
Trainer Tim McCarthy is understandably proud of Kinsman, who has proved remarkably sound over the years and has won more than his share, despite being called the odd name.
Daly's Shropshire stable is in fine form, with stable star Mighty Man a winner at Aintree last week, and Martha's Kinsman looks well worth sticking with.
At the request of United commercial director Andy Anson, Kinsman cut short business meetings in the Far East and flew into London on Friday believing negotiations were about to be concluded.
Martha's Kinsman proved stamina is his forte as he got the best of an exciting finish for the Bitterley Beginners' Chase.
She seems to be brought back to life at the name of the kinsman who can redeem both her and her daughter-in-law.
While waiting for the chance to prove himself with the Wolfskin trial, Eyvind helps a kinsman of the Jarl by befriending Somerled, the kinsman's younger brother.