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There was no blood-relationship between her and the Testator.

The object of these unions, which had nothing of the rigidity of blood-relationship, was fellowship.

Those who may be considered the Abyssinians proper seem to have a blood-relationship with the Bedouin Arabs.

This is a very literal demonstration of man's blood-relationship with the higher apes.

It is not such help as would ease my necessary struggle that I ask, but the sympathy which only blood-relationship can bring.

It has for its units not individuals, but groups of men united by the reality or the fiction of blood-relationship (p. 183).

John guessed that some tie, if not of blood-relationship, at least of strong affection, bound the two Indians together.

Blood-relationship adds a specific malice of its own, slight or grievous according to the intimacy of said relationship.

It has for its units, not individuals, but groups of men united by the reality or the fiction of blood-relationship.

Animals lend the greatest plausibility to any notion of blood-relationship.

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