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one's relatives collectively

a person connected to another person by blood or marriage

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The partnership with Kin Community helps us do just that.
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It suggests that the paternal kin recognition can evolve without having a complex social system," Kessler said.
On the one hand, mobile phones may be used to form and maintain relationships outside of kin and work institutions in Japan.
In this study, the questionnaire was filled in after the interview by the next of kin and sent back by post within 7 days.
Microsoft began selling the Kin phones with Verizon Wireless in May.
Kin Two has a more traditional landscape QWERTY slide form factor, an 8 megapixel camera and 8GB of storage.
Both of the new Kin phones have a touch screen, slide-out keyboard and camera.
KIN was developed by merging Sharp's cutting-edge technologies and expertise for mobile phone development and LCD, with Microsoft's cloud computing service and software technology.
However, the Kin One is compact and features a 5 megapixel camera, whereas the Kin Two offers more memory, an 8 megapixel camera, and the ability to record 720p video.
Three dead bodies and injured have been brought to DHQ hospital, while doctors administered first aid to wounded amid severe protests of the kin of the victims.
MERSEYSIDE Coroner's Office is appealing for the next of kin of John Barclay, of Dowhills Park, in Blundellsands.
Ko was arrested, and after cross-examination was forced to declare: "About 20 days ago I visited the dismissed high court official Kin before he left for Kokusan To, to which he is exiled.
For instance, kin and fictive kin relationships can provide emotional support to the child when the alcoholic is unavailable.
A longitudinal sample of linked records for 21,914 kin children and 10,108 non-kin children was created, and a random subsample of 1,500 children in nonkinship care was matched to the kinship sample by using PSM.