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a written record of ancestry

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

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Bill enjoyed researching Geneology, stamp collecting and all the Boston Sports teams, especially the Red Sox broadcasts with Jerry Remy and Don Orsillo.
Her response was to tell him to sit down, to recite her geneology to show that he was her junior, and then to bend over and expose herself, saying he should not insult women, since a woman gave him birth.
27) David Dyzenhaus, "The Geneology of Legal Positivism.
A Burlesque Autobiography (1871) narrated arbitrariness in self and state: Clemens depicted Twain as the offspring of a wholly imaginary geneology including a scholar who was a forger and an admiral who was a pirate.
These domains include: (1) elaborating a geneology of the concept of sexual health and its relationship to changing conceptions of life courses and discourses about "positive aging"; (2) mapping the medicalization of late-life sexuality in relation to pharmaceutical technologies; (3) analysis of the texts of sexual health and fitness; and (4) development of qualitative insights regarding how differently located individuals negotiate the sexualization of later life.
Intercultural communication: Pragmatics, geneology, deconstruction.
El coronel Ascasubi" examines the question of whether Ascasubi is or is not a precursor of Hernandez, this uncertain or partial geneology curiously alternating with a series of quotations from the former that equate battle with dance (and, in a final note, battle with sex: "those two intensities of the body," 41).
The first chapter of the book traces the geneology of Eros in Greek mythology subsequently followed by its many-sided manifestation in classical philosophy, poetry and drama, medieval philosophy and religion ranging from the doctrines of St.
Lesley Klaff: The books are: David Patterson's Geneology of Evil (Cambridge University Press); Albert Lindermann and Richard Levy's (Editors) Antisemitism: A History (Oxford University Press); and Jonathan Dekel-Chen et al.
And in his self-fashioned gay geneology, Ginsberg rereads his gayness through a traditionally Jewish lens (or vice versa).
Gershon David Hundert, Jews in Poland-Lithuania in the Eighteenth Century: A Geneology of Modernity (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2004), 6-20, esp.
As for you Duke, I suggest you study your family geneology.
7) An argument can be made for a much longer historical geneology to Islamic feminism, however.
Preserving Property: History, Geneology, and Inheritance in 'Upon Appleton House'.
Robert Bogdan, "The Social Construction of Freaks," in Freakery: Cultural Spectacles of the Extraordinary Body, edited by Rosemarie Garland Thomson (New York, 1996), 23; Rosemarie Garland Thomson, "Introduction: From Wonder to Error--A Geneology of Freak Discourse in Modernity," in Freakery, 5.