female sibling


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Noun1.female sibling - a person's sisterfemale sibling - a person's sister      
kinswoman - a female relative
sis, sister - a female person who has the same parents as another person; "my sister married a musician"
male sibling - a sibling who is male
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Having written a MOET theory critique in 1987, one of the modules examined was to further speed up generation turnover, even faster by instead mating top indexing MOET young sires and females on a 15-month basis, rather than evaluate production records of MOET female sibling teams.
05 (girls with a female sibling were significantly more prosocial than boys with a male sibling).
A female sibling might be moved by the flood but the continuous crying got on her nerves too, prompting her to resort to indifference rather than risk a fresh outburst.
Prof Tony Cassidy, from the University of Ulster, who carried out the study, said that having a female sibling helped promote good mental health.
One older female sibling in early adolescence lamented, "Sometimes you can't go out to some places that aren't handicap accessible .
It's common for one female sibling to be working in the fields alongside the parents, another to be working in a bar in Bangkok, and perhaps another getting a secondary education," remarks Rende Taylor.
Third, in the sibling blocks, all of the eldest male and female sibling dummy coefficients are negative and statistically significant, indicating that the eldest brother has the lowest probability of dropping out from school.
The male and female sibling cubs join Neela, the Zoo's 17-year-old white tiger, as ambassadors for their species.
They were raised by their mothers and they probably also shared responsibilities with their female siblings and family members.
Lamar posed a positive male presence in his life after living with five female siblings and dealing with the death of his father when he was only 16.
Researchers studied 3,531 sexually active female survivors, age 18-39, and a control group of 1,366 female siblings of participants in the large-scale survivor study.