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a.1.Of or pertaining to nepotism.
The nepotic ambition of the ruling pontiff.
- Milman.
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Because of these, the 'national interest was being sacrificed on the altar of nepotic interest.
Even though NGOs, researches, investing committees and sanctions (such as the <<yellow card>> given by Europe concerning Thailand's sea production because of the unclear status of workers) take relevant actions, they cannot put an end to the ancient practices inscribed in the nepotic culture of Southeast Asia.
His father worked for BBC Wales, becoming its head of music, but there was nothing nepotic about his rise as a conductor.