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The bigotry of Mary regarded not the ties of consanguinity, of natural affection, of national succession.
With the restoration of Charles to the throne of his ancestors, Stuarts of every degree of consanguinity had flocked to London.
They would listen to no excuse; consanguinity required me, and Christmas was not my own.
It may be remarked that there was no sort of consanguinity between them: the relationship was one of mere affection.
DODO'S DAUGHTERE. F. BENSON
A bear-skin mantles him; and you would think him of ursine consanguinity.
It was based on original consanguinity, and marked by a heraldic device, as the figure of a quadruped, or bird.
A pretence of consanguinity within the forbidden degrees was soon established, and the marriage was annulled.
It created the Turanian and Ganownian systems of consanguinity.
ANCIENT SOCIETYLEWIS HENRY MORGAN
This form of the family also created an independent system of consanguinity.
ANCIENT SOCIETYLEWIS HENRY MORGAN
This form of the family failed to create a system of consanguinity.
ANCIENT SOCIETYLEWIS HENRY MORGAN

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