blood line


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Noun1.blood line - the descendants of one individualblood line - the descendants of one individual; "his entire lineage has been warriors"
kinfolk, kinsfolk, phratry, family line, sept, folk, family - people descended from a common ancestor; "his family has lived in Massachusetts since the Mayflower"
side - a family line of descent; "he gets his brains from his father's side"
family tree, genealogy - successive generations of kin
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Twice beaten four-year-old bay filly Big Act, who has disappointed the owner as well as her backers on both outings by her dismal show, and is expected to make amends to rehabilitate her blood line credentials and win the race.
He has to come from Northern Ireland or have a blood line to Northern Ireland so we have to persevere." Bosnia's opener came after an unfortunate slip by young Norwich City defender Jamal Lewis who lost his footing as Edin Visca teed up Dzeko to fire home.
'Education is life, education is blood line of every economy,' he said.
We should because we come from the same blood line. We are also different in a lot of ways, but that blood line always comes through to make us family.
With half of his blood line potentially of Caribbean origin, Jamie - who was adopted by Marilyn and Alan Baulch aged just six months - reaches out to the black community of Nottingham, where he was born.
Since 1246 the castle has been owned by one continuous blood line with the Earls Grey ruling for the founding centuries.
He said that every RBC would be attached with six public sector hospitals of that region to provide screened and healthy blood to the patients as well as a comprehensive blood donors database would be prepared and a blood line would also be introduced with the help of Punjab Information Technology Board to facilitate the needy persons.
If Confirmation is obtained, that document and the order of the court appointing the applicant as executor-dative (if applicable) should be forwarded to The Queen's and Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer Office, Unit 5, 14 South St Andrew Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2AZ along with a copy of the executed (signed and dated) Bond of Caution, proof of the executor-dative's identity, in the form of original current photographic identification along with a recent original utility bill (no more than 3 months old) and original birth, death and marriage certificates showing the blood line accompanied by a written explanation of the blood line (family tree) in chart form which should be as clear and concise as possible.
How about leftover cartilage of skate with herring-head tartar sauce, cured tuna blood line aioli or a meat loaf of offal and slightly past-its-prime cow usually reserved for dogs?
Powerful, often stark and emotive, when he sings lines like, "Rip the heart out of the city" and "With our Sky blue Blood line our shell shocked smiles" and the actual song title "You Will Never Own Us", you really get a sense of this is the real deal.
The sisters are connected to Edward III, an English ruler from 1327-1377 in the 14th century, through the blood line of their mother, Heather Joy Arrington Fanning.
"Therefore the zoo looked to introduce a new blood line in 2013, said Muna Al Daheri, Chief Executive of Education and Conservation at Al Ain Zoo.