kinship

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As Table 1 demonstrates, murder was often a family affair, though these figures probably understate the extent of more distant family relationships such as cousinage or marriage ties.
Pairs at first blush ill-matched, like turd and monstrance, Tracing their cousinage through consonants, Communed, ecstatic, through the long entr'acte.
The four indigenous families of Nemours (Minoret, Massin, Levrault, and Cremiere) forge the links of a 'zigzag' network; they are the four 'navettes' that weave the 'lacis' of a 'toile humaine', the pieces configuring the 'kaleidoscope domestique' of the bourgeois cousinage (pp.
The poet begins by saluting his "tree"--a word related by a sort of etymological cousinage to "poem," as "stich" signifies both a line of verse and a row of trees.