female sibling


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a person's sister

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But female siblings would have brought other difficulties to the family dynamic.
One female sibling shared, "When we're playing with her or holding her, we try to incorporate physical therapy methods, and when she was young, we had to be extra careful of her shunt area, back, and neck.
A large family positive for the FMR-1 expansion (n=24) was investigated and two female siblings were identified as having an FMR-1 expansion on both X chromosomes.
The males are castrated so they can continue to run with their female siblings as they get older.
The third gender discrimination taking place affects the male and female siblings of a Saudi mother: Once either of them reach the legal age of 18 years, a male youth is able to apply for citizenship if he chooses to do so but within certain conditions; Whereas the female youth will never have that privilege at any ageC* unless and only if she marries a Saudi national, a fact that not only strips the mother of her basic civic right to pass on her nationality equally to both genders of her children, but one that also strips the daughter born in Saudi of her biological right to inherit her mother's nationality.
Fallon's fourth novel reveals the inferiority complexes sometimes felt by second female siblings.
The system currently gives sons an automatic preference over older female siblings to succeed to the British throne.
With Cousin Vinny now one of the most eminent jumpers in Ireland, Hore is in the enviable position of having several female siblings under his care.
reported that adult female survivors of childhood cancer were significantly less likely to have ever been pregnant, compared with their female siblings who did not have cancer.
Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, reported that adult female survivors of childhood cancer were significantly less likely to have ever been pregnant, compared with their female siblings who did not have cancer.
When not alone, male fawns were more likely to be with male siblings October-May than with female siblings (Table 1).
Research shows that female siblings are most likely to keep in touch and maintain their relationship.
No such differences were found between female siblings of women born from unwanted pregnancies or their accepted pregnancy controls.
One of my high school teachers, immigrating at eleven, had a relatively positive experience, but his story does not say that as a younger male child he was both enabled and encouraged to pursue post-secondary education, unlike his older and female siblings.
We present the clinical and autopsy findings of 2 female siblings who were born to consanguine parents and who were both affected by this rare disease.