kinfolk


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one's relatives collectively

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While other magazines focus on place settings and recipes, Kinfolk melds the aesthetic artistry of a photography magazine with the philosophical underpinnings of Wendell Berry.
With kinfolk in Florida, he often traveled there from Ohio, and he said something about Tennessee attracted him.
I don't normally use this space to brag about kinfolk, but I beg your indulgence today to tell you about my nephew, his wife and four children, currently on furlough in Maine from their missionary post halfway across the globe in Indonesia.
Yet 400 million kinfolk hereabouts have neither adequate nourishment nor habitation worth calling a home.
The following are the main topics: - HM the King received Parliament Speaker and a number of his kinfolk and lauded strong Bahraini-Saudi relations.
The 16 GB iPod Touch is two grams lighter than its 32 GB and 64 GB kinfolk at just 86 grams, but Apple performed no major redesign on this new model, as it is no slimmer or smaller than the other iPod Touch models.
Relatives around the world hearing the news was bad Contacted their mother, fear mounting for a dad All mourned as if for kinfolk, and shared each other's pain Heartbroken for the loved ones they would never see again Black lies were printed trying to shift the blame On the dead and innocent and blacken their name As one Liverpool fought to prove the lies were untrue Now 23 years later, they have won through Justice must be done and the culprits brought to task Then the grieving families will know peace at last by Eileen Clarke, Kirkby
Thirty-two feet of tabletops brim with casseroles, Southern fried chicken and the like while we gather for the yearly reunion of cousins and other kinfolk.
Following a review of the fur traders who developed the nascent trail by 1825 and a summary of the famed Bidwell-Bartleson party of 1841, Bagley's chapter "Jumping off" discusses wagons, provisions, and gear, and the painful "partings" of family members who left kinfolk behind when they set out for Oregon or California.
and her contributors seek to recover the history of Chinese Christian women before 1919 and to answer a range of questions regarding their experience, such as what attracted them to Christianity, what the reactions of kinfolk and lineage members were to their conversion, how gender influenced their understanding of Christianity and their choice of careers, what ways mission institutions contributed to their economic and social mobility, what role they played in the spread of Christianity, how changing Chinese contexts altered their relations within the church and with Christian and non-Christian communities, how gender affected the definition of the Chinese nation, and how women perceived their role in changing China.
She taught herself Hebrew in order to get at the psalms' word-roots and to refresh her relationship with her ancient poetic kinfolk.
In conclusion, the Tribunal flagrant and partial ruling creates one more step in another long and bitter dispute between the South Sudan and its Ngok Dinka kinfolk on one hand, and government in Khartoum and Massiriya in the other.
During questioning, her family declared Steph indeed knew her kinfolk were gonna pull some kinda heist somewhere that night, but had no idea her place of employment was the target.
Prior to the rise of the industrial age, most toys were handmade by parents and kinfolk for their youngsters.