He lounged along, smoking a large cigar, keen-eyed and observant, laying up for himself a store of impressions, unconsciously irritated at every step by a sense of ostracism, of being in some indefinable manner without kinship
and wholly apart from this world, in which it seemed natural now that he should find some place.
My lack of kinship
with my fellows," he remarked, "is exceedingly well defined just now.
Love, say the ascetics, reveals our shameful kinship
with the beasts.
To Konstantin the peasant was simply the chief partner in their common labor, and in spite of all the respect and the love, almost like that of kinship
, he had for the peasant-- sucked in probably, as he said himself, with the milk of his peasant nurse--still as a fellow-worker with him, while sometimes enthusiastic over the vigor, gentleness, and justice of these men, he was very often, when their common labors called for other qualities, exasperated with the peasant for his carelessness, lack of method, drunkenness, and lying.
We are not such snobs as to think better or worse of a bee because it can claim kinship
Between the bare walls of a sordid staircase men clambered rapidly; their backs appeared alike--almost as if they had been wearing a uniform; their indifferent faces were varied but somehow suggested kinship
, like the faces of a band of brothers who through prudence, dignity, disgust, or foresight would resolutely ignore each other; and their eyes, quick or slow; their eyes gazing up the dusty steps; their eyes brown, black, gray, blue, had all the same stare, concentrated and empty, satisfied and unthinking.
In the matter of wills, personal qualities were subordinate to the great fundamental fact of blood; and to be determined in the distribution of your property by caprice, and not make your legacies bear a direct ratio to degrees of kinship
, was a prospective disgrace that would have embittered her life.
Kindred Specters is an ambitious study that uses Derridean hauntology to trouble racist and heterosexist assumptions and to assert a radical redefinition of kinship
that recognizes the violence inherent in the concept in order to diminish it.
This study compares developmental, psychiatric diagnosis and global assessment of functioning of 82 young foster children who present for evaluation of a developmental disability from kinship
care is part tradition and part social welfare policy.
PADA (Liverpool) Kinship
Carers, who are based in Norris Green but work across the city, is predominantly made up of grandparents, as well as aunties and uncles, who look after children unable to live with their birth parents due to either death, drug or alcohol misuse, or a chaotic lifestyle.
Stories of countless grandparents and other relatives who take on the daunting challenge of raising somebody else's children have moved legislators in every state to create ways to support kinship
9) That decision rectified the long-standing imbalance between kinship
and stranger caregivers and permitted relatives to care for their grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and younger siblings where they otherwise might have been unable to do so for financial reasons--and paved the way for relatives to serve as foster parents for children.
Fison was relentless in his quest for kinship
data from the Australian colonies.
During the reception, the TAANA Foundation presented the 2008 Community Grant Award to the Florida Kinship