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Whither Mollendorf went next, we will not ask: perhaps to Brunswick and other consanguineous places?
Who is to say which John begat this lad or that lass, and therefore to decide who are consanguineous, and who are not?
PABO, THE PRIESTSABINE BARING-GOULD
Now this accentuation of all family characters is what must always happen in the case of consanguineous marriages.
DEGENERACYEUGENE S. TALBOT
So that the percentage of marriages ordinarily considered consanguineous is probably between two, and two and a half.
Consanguineous marriages have been very frequent, until now nearly all are more or less interrelated.
Furthermore, the percentage of consanguineous marriage is probably high in the colored population.
Here the first degenerate was the product of two successive consanguineous marriages, both with a branch tainted with insanity.
The need for statistics of the frequency of occurrence of consanguineous marriages has been strongly felt by many far-sighted men.
He estimates the consanguineous marriages in France not including second cousins, at from four to five per cent.
The remaining counts in the indictment against consanguineous marriage may roughly be classified as: 1.

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