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connected by or as if by kinship or common origin

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As we have seen, in the pliocene and in savage days sex in the consanguine family system was abundant.
1963) "A survey of the Consanguine family or Matrifocal Family", en American Anthropologist, Vol.
The LRC Report considered that legislation allocating part of the estate to members of the intestate's family might have been justified in the past by the belief that a widow, who might remarry, could take the whole of the intestate's estate in preference to consanguine relatives of the intestate.
McLennan could see that Fison had doubts about Morgan's theory--'Mr Fison (who does not quite believe in the consanguine family)' -and he made the valid point that his data were not particularly supportive of the thesis on the development of kinship (McLennan 1881 : 585).
The chance of genetic diseases increases with each consanguine marriage between defective gene carriers.
Novel COL4A4 splice defect and in-frame deletion in a large consanguine family as a genetic link between benign familial haematuria and autosomal Alport syndrome.
169) Yet, if they "side[d]"170 with their consanguine in the divorce, they should be equally intent on disinheriting their former affine.
The younger sister/elder sister relationship, metaphoric as well as consanguine, is a persistent trope in the writing of girls and young women of Japan.
Indeed, the young Carpentier demonstrates an avid interest in jazz as a consanguine model of redemptive alterity, the collective expression of "una raza fuertemente caracterizada, que ha venido en nuestro siglo a refrescar la sensibilidad moderna con la honda poesia de sus blues y las manifestaciones incipientes de un arte milagrosamente intuitivo" (156).
In contrast to Western European norms valuing affinal relatedness, Sudarska (1981) elaborated the Africanist thesis in arguing that African families traditionally have been organized around consanguine ties.
En effet, le droit civil francais (aussi bien penal) implique son histoire (le mythe chretien) et gere les relations matrimoniales, ainsi que les interets de la filiation consanguine et symbolique propres a sa societe.
The juwadis of one khal almost always belonged to one locality and many of them were affine or consanguine kin, thus it seemed to reinforce kinship/locality ties over purely occupational ties.
118) On the other hand, a consanguine or affinal relationship serves only as a potential basis for kinship.