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We can continue to use the word while admitting that we don’t really have a scientific pedigree for where the development of the word came from.
Home losses have piled up regardless of conference or program pedigree.
The championship ambitions of the Los Angeles Lakers naturally centered on the historically great pedigree of LeBron James.
You come away from the book realizing that the Spaniard is less a runner—the sport that made him famous—than a climber, though one of unusual pedigree.
These historical acts — each with a different pedigree perhaps, or a different set of motivations — have resulted in a collection of disparities that go well beyond housing.
She is of good pedigree, as I can show thee if thee will step over to my mill and look at my ledger.
DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND
Tracing back Tchaikovskys pedigree, we do not find a single name connected with music.
This lady was forty years of age, insufferably proud of her pedigree, and in her manners stiff and repulsive.
If the question had been simply one of pedigree, the right of the Dauphin would have been incontestable.
It certainly does not sparkle now, but it must have come of a witty stock, and have boasted a mirth-provoking pedigree.

WORDS RELATED TO PEDIGREE

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