interfamily

interfamily

(ˌɪntəˈfæmɪlɪ; ˌɪntəˈfæmlɪ) or

interfamilial

adj
occurring between, existing between, or involving two or more members of a family
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However, the work with this root institution by the ESF is incipient, since to be in the place of caregiver, the family also must be taken care of in its interfamily relational difficulties and relationships between relatives and seniors.
New York: Fitch Ratings has affirmed Western Gas Partners, LP's (WES) Long-term Issuer Default Rating (IDR) and senior unsecured rating at 'BBB-' following the announced interfamily structural simplification and dropdown transactions.
'Generally, the hearing disability occurs in the society due to the trend of interfamily marriages, but sound of generators, vehicles and factories are also leading risk factors of hearing loss,' he added.
Interfamily loans also facilitate the launching of new businesses (Sanders & Nee, 1996).
HF 1669 would have instituted mandatory background checks on all firearms purchases, including private salesthough with some exceptions for interfamily firearms transfers and the like.
The two wheel drive category provided an interfamily battle with John Rowlands and Glen Latham taking the honours in their Ford Escort after Ieuan Rowlands and Emyr Hall suffered a late puncture on their Hillman Avenger.
With interfamily marriages being so common, women are routinely murdered in the name of 'honour' by men in their family and the perpetrators forgiven by other men in the family.
Relation between video game addiction and interfamily relationships on primary school students.
Machine Engine lathe-LB-20 Work piece material AA 6061 Process parameters Spindle speed (rpm) 800, 1270, and 1600 Feed (mm/rev) 0.100, 0.175, and 0.250 Depth of cut (mm) 0.5, 1.0, and 1.5 Cutting tool Material Carbide cutting tool (uncoated) Tool holder High speed steel (HSS) Tool nose radius (mm) 0.4 Cutting tool edge length (mm) 9 Cutting fluids MJO, MPO, and MO Cutting fluid supply MQL method (3 to 4 bars) Table 4: Cutting force and surface roughness for interfamily comparison.
A similar ratio of patients reported a positive family history in Tunisia.34 However, a higher frequency of 20-25% was reported in studies from India and Bangladesh.8,26 Both these countries are more heavily populated as compared to Pakistan, with more chances of interfamily spread of infection due to overcrowding.
Zuleika's family ties are broken, since the cultural gap between the first and the second-generation migrants prevents any interfamily communication (84).
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