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a group of usually related people living together as a unit

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a group of people sharing common ancestry

one's relatives collectively

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

of or relating to the family or household

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a person having kinship with another or others

a loose affiliation of gangsters in charge of organized criminal activities

an association of people who share common beliefs or activities

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She struck when the great-grandmother was talking to a shop assistant.
The great-grandmother of four, believed to be the oldest person in Scotland to have done a skydive, said she took part in the 10,000ft jump as she had never done one before.
BARTLETT Denise passed away suddenly at home on Tuesday July 7, 2015; devoted Mum of Tim and Owen, mother-inlaw to Nickie and Sarah, grandmother to Lyndsay, Mary, Hannah, Eve, Abigail and Rebecca and great-grandmother to Isobella and Alexander.
Hilliard said, "The black box revealed that the car shut off two seconds before the accident which prevented Trenton's great-grandmother from being able to take any evasive action to avoid an accident.
Sarah Cawser was my great-grandmother and she had several children.
The judge also imposed a five-year extended licence period after hearing details of the shocking attack which left Groombridge's great-grandmother slumped across her sofa gasping for breath.
Grandmother Lynda Headley, 42, great-grandmother Linda Headley, 61, and great, great-grandmother Joyce Garlick, 87, could not wait to meet to the little bundles of joy.
The mother of five, grandmother of 12, and great-grandmother of seven, plans to continue her studies at Florida Atlantic University.
Besides her parents she leaves her paternal grandparents, Nahashon and Miriam Gachuna of Nairobi, Kenya; maternal grandparents, Lillian Bruneau of Worcester and Joseph Bruneau of Holden; paternal great-grandmother, Priscilla Thuo of Kenya; maternal great-grandmother, Stacia Kasavich of Holden; four aunts, Susan Bruneau of NH, Bonnie Bruneau of ME, Risper Gachuna of Kenya and Rachel Gachuna of South Africa; two uncles, Elias and Boniface Gachuna both of Kenya; and many other close relatives and friends.
Help for today's pensioners was in short supply in the Budget, according to great-grandmother Maureen Byrne.
The family consisted of the great-grandmother, her son, and the son's wife, daughter, son-in-law, and friend.
TONY Blair has revealed his great-grandmother told him not to marry aCatholic.
Summary: Mexican police are working out whether a body found in Cancun is of a Scottish great-grandmother
But having all her family around her was the perfect 60th birthday present for great-grandmother Vicky pounds Straughan.