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one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

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She identifies the bloodlines that carry concentrations of these genes in the domestic breeds and the "hidden" American bloodlines found in thoroughbreds and sport horses around the world.
Harrison and Hetherington's David Pritchard said: "We are expecting both national and international interest, as the Cowporation Dispersal Sale brings together some of the very best Limousin bloodlines in Europe and is a rare opportunity for breeders to add some elite genetics to their herds.
POINTING LABRADOR PUPPIES: Blacks and Yellows available from Champion bloodlines.
Twelve years ago tests on the 40 remaining reds on the island found they all shared the same bloodline - which had potentially perilous consequences for the future health of colonies.
This rebellious woman from Germany's post-war generation had even had herself sterilized rather than carry on her Goering bloodline.
Maybe it's a sign Hollywood is calling - Emma's certainly having the biggest break of her career with Bloodlines where she stars as Justine Hopkin, an ambitious policewoman whose father, a former CID officer, has been jailed for murder.
Maybe that's because Bloodlines is so dark you are hard pushed to appreciate the textures anyway.
Baycrest Bulletin, Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care, Toronto, August 2003 BLOODlines, Hemophilia Ontario News.
Products are marketed under the Gambro and Hospal brands and mainly include filters, machines, concentrates and bloodlines for dialysis.
Indeed, this two-CD set highlights three of the four bloodlines of rock (the other being country music), and how they intermingle.
Moses' idea was simple: give bettors a statistical guide to the horses--their performances, bloodlines, etc.
Feathers at the Flame is a work in progress that explores the perceptions and boundaries of African American-Native American bloodlines.
But for some companies, bloodlines still factor into CEO succession, and some dynasties thought to be dead show signs of resurgence.
The New Zealand bloodlines found their way to our West Coast.