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fathership

(ˈfɑːðəˌʃɪp)
n
the position or state of being a father; fatherhood
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What my character does in this film is to take someone who otherwise would not have the advice, the fathership that I provide, let alone the skills.
After graduating, he struggled to figure out what to do with his life while receiving support from what he jokingly calls his "fathership." In 1972, he was working as xx.-try editor for Harper's magazine when he was selected to the prestigious Harvard Society of Fellows.
742 was "the exclusive remedy for establishing paternity." In denying the claim of the child as a survivor, the Fifth District Court of Appeal considered the interests of the mother's former husband, whose name was on the child's birth certificate, and stated that "Florida does not recognize dual fathership." (67) In response, the dissent argued that ever since Daniel, Florida has recognized a dichotomy in fatherhood.
Why can't they just share the hedge?" He's also become a bit of an internet sensation with his sandwich-based rap, something which feeds into his latest routine in which he muses on the noble estate of fathership, unpublishable novels and the nature of being a grown up.
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In force here are the Poet's earlier arguments on the distinction between the two "accidents" of holding the imperial or papal thrones: the relationship of the pope toward the emperor involves not political dominion but personal fathership (Monarchia 3:12.4 and 6), and consists in the paternal blessing upon a son in full majority.
Last night, Luciana's father said: "If Jagger does not want to assume the fathership of my daughter's child I will take care of them both.
"My ex-wife refused to refer the child for DNA test and the court issued a verdict in July 2006 stating that I have no right to negate the fathership because the Personal Affairs Code, article 97 gave a father the right to negate his fatherhood within the first seven days of his knowledge of the baby's birth.