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one's relatives collectively

a person connected to another person by blood or marriage

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The SQOL has been used in several previous studies that concerned healthy groups (student nurses, people looking for work), psychiatric outpatients, chronic psychiatric patients, patients with lesions after bacterial meningitis, patients with MS, patients with muscular dystrophies and their next of kin, and patients with low-grade glioma and their next of kin (Bostrom & Ahlstrom, 2005; Edvardsson & Ahlstrom, 2009; Eklund, 1996, 1999; Hugosson et al.
Verizon Wireless spokeswoman Brenda Raney said the Kin remains an important part of the company's "portfolio.
These Kins could be a major hit with the "yoof" market and Vodafone have signed on as the European partner for an autumn launch.
The second major condition, "chaotic home," played a role in the development of kin and fictive kin relationships.
Nor adds that KIN is "not talking about rims, hos and ice," they're talking about their own experiences.
Different results have been reported for permanency outcomes, and they have provided grounds for either affirming or questioning the value of kin as a placement resource for abused and neglected children (Bartholet, 1999; Link, 1996).
The regulations also outline medical liaison arrangements for injured jockeys, which are managed until they are transported to hospital by racecourse medical personnel, who must then maintain contact with the hospital to check the status of the jockey and ensure that next of kin are kept informed.
To set up a direct test of kin recognition, Dudley and Amanda File of McMaster worked with Great Lakes sea rocket (Cakile edentula).
Some of the office's crypts, designed to hold about 325 bodies, regularly exceed 400 as a result of population growth, immigration and the difficulty in locating immigrants' next of kin, who often live abroad.
The high prevalence of kith and kin child care for infants and toddlers, coupled with research evidence suggesting cause for concern about quality in these settings, points to a critical need for policies and programs to support kith and kin caregivers in providing quality care.
This behavior placed additional pressure on already stressed kin support networks.
Until recently, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) was the physical custodian of these records, which were open only to the veteran, the next of kin, or the individual's service branch.
5) While the relational models of rights and responsibilities and connectivity were not "authentic" Lebanese discourses and practices unaffected by globalization, they did, nevertheless, propel dictates for action which at times appeared to contradict liberalist dictates, leaving parents, extended kin, and children confused.
Azmi on Sunday shared a clip online from the show Next of Kin , where the two actors are seen doing Bhangra steps.
Summary: Raebareli (Uttar Pradesh) [India], November 2 (ANI): Union Minister of State for Power R K Singh on Thursday announced Rs 20 lakh ex-gratia to the next of kin of those killed in the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) plant explosion here.