sibling

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brother or sister

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The correlations were Pearson correlations based on all possible full sibling, half sibling, and cousin pairs in our sample, and in the multilevel analysis no measured environmental variables were included.
They decide to form a club to understand and share their experiences, from custody battles to step parents and half siblings, and discover shared strengths in the process in this fine young adult story.
He and his three younger half siblings wound up living with a family in the South Bronx and Lebron began hanging out with a gang.
As Briscoe continues with a flurry of egos, name brands, fears, loves and losses, Can't Get Enough explores the stresses of divorce, half siblings and girlfriends as well as new friends, new beginnings, old hates and evil schemes.
It was normal to have mom and dad living apart, maybe even in different states, and to have stepparents and ex-stepparents, half siblings or mom's boyfriend and dad's girlfriend.
She is also survived by her niece, Rachel; step mother Frada, and half siblings, Levi and Johanna.
But now his three half siblings - the children from Earl Woods' first marriage - have revealed they've not heard from the multimillionaire since the death of their father in 2006.
The three-year-old hails from a fine family, with Grey Shot and Opera Cape amongst her half siblings, and she certainly has some of the same gutsy traits.
My dad says he will leave us less money than our half siblings because "you're older and sorted" but I feel really resentful of the way he and my stepmum help them more than my brother and me.
A recent UK study predicts that by the year 2010 there will be more stepfamilies than birth families and 10% of today's six to eight-year-olds are step or half siblings, while 17% of men born in 1970 are now stepfathers - twice as many as those born in 1958.
Like a well-written leading lady revelling in the dramatic climax of a big movie, it fell to Kim to break the terrible news to her aged mother and aunts that they had four half siblings they never knew existed.