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Synonyms for blood relation

one related by blood or origin

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The chances the other four men's relatives have a blood relationship with Kim Hye Gyong are far below 50 percent, the Foreign Ministry official said.
it is unclear whether a blood relationship is necessary between the
These prohibitions are based on blood relationship including half blood - half blood means having one parent in common.
Darwin often questioned whether their blood relationship had contributed to their children's maladies.
AUNLESS I've misunderstood you, there is no blood relationship between your daughter and her step brother.
Former Governor Philip Thon Leek, Sudan's Minister of transport, roads and bridges Government of National Unity (GoNU), who hails from Duk County and having a blood relationship with Lou Nuer community, says "it's shocking to hear of conflict between these communities [for] we are mixed.
On the indispensability of the family blood relationship I cite this passage from Maimonides' Guide for the Perplexed, III 49:
Another analysis done at the Seoul National University College of Medicine showed the ''probability is high'' that Choi, 78, and Kim have a blood relationship.
There is no blood relationship here, which is important to know because this summer there is a lot of sexual tension between the two teenagers.
At the foot of the cross, I am brought into a new blood relationship with God and, therefore, with all who stand with me in faith and obedience to God.
Although the Qur'an does not explain why such relationships are forbidden, there is some indication in early medical thought that a woman's milk is a product of her blood, and so by ingesting it, a blood relationship is created.
After all," Appell said, "when you consider that he has been with us nearly 31 years he is `one of the family' in all except a blood relationship sense.
But there is, as you've already found in your engagement, a lot more to a flesh and blood relationship.
The very title of the novel suggests that familial, blood relationship may not be an adequate, or at least the only legitimate, basis for identifying "our own.
The main characters have no blood relationship but are joined together out of an agreement, lived as much as verbalized, to be committed to being with each other.