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1 You must go to her and claim kin, and ask for some help in our trouble.
2 One clue: dozens of Gaddafi kin and colleagues have had their assets frozen by the U. S. Treasury Department—but not Kusa.
3 Among our primitive ancestors, those who ventured farthest from their caves in search of better food or who overcame their fear of fire accrued significant advantages over their meeker kin.
4 Whether the angels have fed him, or his kin beneath, I cannot tell; but he has not eaten a meal with us for nearly a week.
5 social hierarchy, kin recognition, and social exchange operate through the dorsal anterior cingulate gyrus.
6 One clue: dozens of Gaddafi kin and colleagues have had their assets frozen by the U.S. Treasury department-but not Kusa.
7 Ah, that's the secret, ' said Joan Durbeyfield sagely. 'However, tis well to be kin to a coach, even if you don't ride in 'en.
8 Clear up free radicals and their kin, and you will slow down the process of ageing.
9 Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston recently figured out part of the way the slime molds tell kin from strangers.
10 But he complied with the local custom of taking care of kith and kin by making one brother head of the state security service and another ambassador to Germany.
11 Family ties are sacrosanct and, even in the midst of a bitter family feud, kin will ultimately always look out for kin.
12 He trusts them partly because they are his ethnic kin, but mostly because an Igbo middleman in Guangdong needs to maintain a good reputation.
13 Even if the slime molds die to form a stalk, many of their genes are passed on to the next generation through their kin.
14 Just after 6:30 p.m. on December 10, Mark forwarded a Wall Street Journal article. MADOFF's KIN EYED AS PROBE GRINDS on, the headline read.
15 Though not conclusive, these results fall in line with the kin selection hypothesis.
16 Once we start to discover that plants can recognize their kin, there's a whole set of hypotheses we can apply to studying plants, that nobody ever thought to.
17 Whoever does work on it, that person is cut off from among his kin.
18 Both are hadron colliders: machines that smash protons into each other, or into their antimatter kin, at a smidgen below the speed of light in order to create shrapnel in the form of other particles.
19 A man who could sustain a large extended family of several wives, children, grandchildren and other kin, along with the flocks to feed them, was considered rich.
20 Dr Kanas has found that astronauts sometimes worry about their kin more than about their own plight.
21 Without the appropriate legal papers, your next of kin will attempt to make the decisions that you would want.
22 You any kin to the Wilsons over on Balsum Mountain?
23 Finally, ensure family time. Dr Kanas has found that astronauts sometimes worry about their kin more than about their own plight.
24 After a while neighbors and kin just let her hoe.
25 I am near of kin, there is a kinsman-redeemer nearer than I.
26 then has absolute control over that body-no one, not even the next of kin, can stop him asking a pathologist to do a postmortem and that way found out the reason for the death.
27 And my projick is to send Tess to claim kin.
28 By providing insights that improve agricultural productivity, studies of kin recognition could literally bear fruit.
29 four species started singing significantly earlier in the morning if they lived near streetlights than did their deep forest-dwelling kin.
30 of a mortuary technician's job involves preparing the deceased for viewings by the next of kin.