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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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Where a doctor has made disclosures about a deceased person's medical treatment in breach of rule 13(2)(c), the deceased person's next of kin or the executor of his or her estate may file a complaint with the HPCSA, and disciplinary action can be taken against the medical practitioner concerned for unethical conduct.
"Unfortunately, it was established that this was not the correct next of kin.
To our knowledge, a comparison of health-related outcomes of aggression from patients or next of kin and workplace bullying has only been addressed in one previous study, conducted among Australian nurses and midwives [9].
For those under age 65, the percentage of non-nuclear next of kin was even higher.
Next of kin are still hoping that their loved ones will return.
A Dumfries Museum spokesman said: "We hope that visitors to Next of Kin will be inspired by the stories they discover."
AN APPEAL for the next of kin of Donald Chapman from Stockton has been issued.
Government has created a centralized, comprehensive database containing a list of detainees, which made available to the next of kin with names, place of detention as well as record of transfers.
It is now appealing to anyone who knows Mr Antaz to come forward with information on how to reach his next of kin.
I was being asked by the attorney to stand in as next of kin for his late client, even though I am not related, and he would share 50 percent of $10.8 million with me from a trunk containing this personal treasure.
This Life cover is immediately available after opening of the account to assist the next of kin in times of sorrow.