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one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

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The breeding program produces an average of 11 litters a year, but several litters since the program's inception have proven to be more influential than the others, in terms of producing the bloodline that Hilliard has been searching for.
Harrison and Hetherington's David Pritchard said: "We are expecting both national and international interest, as the Cowporation Dispersal Sale brings together some of the very best Limousin bloodlines in Europe and is a rare opportunity for breeders to add some elite genetics to their herds.
The deal is simple: all it takes to bag the right big project if you have the right bloodline is a sexy look.
Red squirrel expert Dr Craig Shuttleworth said: "This is very exciting news for Anglesey's red squirrels, from a situation where there was one site with an inbred squirrel population to six bloodlines and the most diverse colonies in Wales.
Only well-known facts about Herman Goering, such as his role as commander of the Luftwaffe, are mentioned in Bloodlines.
Deftly exploring the modern sciences and the recent discoveries made through ground breaking DNA research which provides confirmation of Siberian and Polynesian genetic heritage with respect the bloodline of Native Americans, which is a great counterpoint to the 175 years of teaching from the Latter-day Saint Mormon church which argued the decent of Native American peoples from seafaring Israelites.
Colley's contention that behavior, not birthplace or bloodline, was enough to qualify a person as "British" is in keeping with recent scholarly interpretations of Enlightenment theories of human difference, which were xenophobic or ethnocentric, but not racist in the modern sense.
He was shouted down by the liberal-left media for noting that marriage is by its nature discriminatory, not only on the grounds of orientation, but also on those of age, disability (mental), proper bloodline, and religion.
Direct descendants of Sarah were the progenitors of the royal bloodline of Franch kings.
For chimpanzees it seems to be an act of revenge or malice, while for lions, the explanation is genetic preservation: When a male takes over a pride, he eats the previous king's cubs, thereby eliminating the old royal bloodline.
The stated purpose of the study was to explore the accuracy of international normalization ratio (INR) values from a heparinized CVC line and the arterial bloodline sample port compared to INR values drawn from a venipuncture sample.
The ATA RAID 1200A and 2400A, two- and four-channel products, respectively, for workstations and entry-level servers, are also part of the bloodline.
But in the midst of my turmoil, a small voice rings out reminding me of my agricultural bloodline.
com), the number one integrated voice platform for the Social Web, today announced that Funcom's Bloodline Champions, the free-to-play online player vs.