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interfamily

(ˌɪntəˈfæmɪlɪ; ˌɪntəˈfæmlɪ) or

interfamilial

adj
occurring between, existing between, or involving two or more members of a family
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After Jefferson's presidency, she oversaw Monticello and that community's interracial and interfamilial complexities, extracting labor from all, including her enslaved kin.
While roughly 80 percent of Afghans rely on agriculture to provide income and food for their families, decades of conflict have continuously interrupted the traditional interfamilial knowledge transfer of farming.
To know how costs are borne among family members, we would need to know a lot more about the state of negotiating power inside families and how it affects other aspects of interfamilial negotiation.
This familial tendency also increases the burden on the family and points towards the seriousness of interfamilial marriages among the sufferer families.
In Greece, one of the major independent risk factor was interfamilial exposure.
While in the first three novels Beersheba and the Negev are incidental to the plot, the murders equally plausibly taking place elsewhere because tied to more global issues (especially interfamilial financial disputes), in the later ones the location is central to the storyline.
Besides avoiding interfamilial friction, municipal accord and entente materially benefits everybody, Wahhab said.
A nanoviras-like DNA component associated with yellow vein disease of Ageratum conyzoides: evidence for interfamilial recombination between plant DNA viruses.
Incorporating indels as phylogenetic characters: Impact for interfamilial relationships within Arctoidea (Mammalia: Carnivora).
The journalist cited sources close to Almagro to say that the campaign against the former foreign minister--and which include a request that Congress explain what happened on topics as diverse as Sanad Gol's departure and the supposed interfamilial violence involving a group of Syrian refugees in Uruguay--was a clear example that the real goal wasn't to bring down a minister whose term would expire in a few weeks when the new administration assumed office on March 1.
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