form family


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Noun1.form family - (biology) an artificial taxonomic category for organisms of which the true relationships are obscure
biological science, biology - the science that studies living organisms
family - (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more genera; "sharks belong to the fish family"
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It also allows the users to form family and friends group to exchange ideas, share opinions and views, to find suitable matches through a well-integrated chat platform.
In the days following the death, several paranormal occurrences play out in the Form family home, forcing the couple to move into an apartment in Pasadena.
Erection of new toilet block to front/side elevation, petanque court, croquet lawn, relocation of marquee and alterations to form family room.
The study found birds form family groups and resolve their roles before breeding begins.
Orcas are versatile hunters that are able to adapt to most environments and have a tendency to form family groups that remain in a single area.
Families would also need support through practical guidance as they seek to form family associations, which facilitate mutual support in continuing values formation, in promoting the discipline of savings, and in starting up as well as sustaining social enterprises.
At St Margaret's a comprehensive range of courses are offered in addition to a strong pastoral system; providing an environment where you as the student feel a part of the sixth form family.