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a written record of ancestry

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

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Colligan, "The Syracuse Post Standard and the Jerry Rescue," unpublished paper (Onondaga County Public Library, Local History & Geneology Department, 1967), 30
85) A geneology of the Silvera in Boyajian, The Portuguese Trade in Asia, p.
Stone, "The Geneology of Bilhah," Dead Sea Discoveries 3 (1996): 20-36.
However, it is problematic to speak of Africa or Africans in such a general way because of the rich diversity of geneology, tradition, typography, culture, and climate.
Six of the book's nine chapters trace the geneology of the social construction of mysticism.
This is not inconsistent with the geneology of the concept of nationhood.
Rajeswari Sunder Rajan's essays are written from within the physical and intellectual space of an Indian university (she lectures in English at the University of Delhi) for an international academic audience; in trying to reach a theoretical understanding of the issues of gender in colonial and postcolonial India, Rajan negotiates various hybridities of geneology and address, matter and methods.
The authors refer to a geneology of macroeconomic models, in which "no other model has left such a vast legacy of style and flavour as the Klein-Goldberger Model" [p.
A handful of professional investigators work there for hire, searching out new information on Columbus' ships for National Geographic, compiling geneology guides for specialty publishers, or determing which Pacific island reef sank a Manila galleon with a fortune in porcelain aboard.
In fact, there had been a considerable dearth of material on the Martini, and those of us who fancy that arm have had to piece together information from a number of antique and modern sources to get anything approaching a geneology the piece.
Geneology groupies can now trace, to the day, the emigration of great-great grandparents, while modern art aficionados get their fill of seminal artists in digs designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
AN expert on Caribbean geneology will be hosting a free two-hour masterclass at Coventry's Herbert Art Gallery this weekend.
A geneology consortium called North East Scotland Roots, who recently added Elspet's image to their website, had expected her story to remain a mystery after research attempts proved unfruitful.
In the first episode, Eddie travels to Africa, Turkey and Denmark to learn about the geneology of his mother, Dorothy, who died of cancer when he was just six years old.
Halko enjoyed reading, cooking and family geneology.