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  1. A cousin was shot in the streets of Paris, several more were rounded up by gendarmes and deported to the extermination camps. (Web site)
  2. Cousin is known to have been a successful painter and designer of stained glass windows. (Web site)
  3. His cousin is Her Majesty Queen Margarethe II. of Denmark and he is part of the line of succession to the British Throne. (Web site)
  4. My cousin is not in good health now bur is a great admirer of the older generation of the family.
  5. My cousin was captured at the Dieppe Raid when he fought under the Red Ensign. (Web site)

Second Cousin

  1. His father was also the second cousin of King Priam of Troy. (Web site)
  2. Pyrrhus was the son of Aeacides and Phthia, a Thessalian woman, and a second cousin of Alexander the Great (via Alexander's mother, Olympias). (Web site)
  3. She was also a paternal cousin of the Emperor Nero, second cousin of the Emperor Caligula, and great-grandniece of the Emperor Augustus. (Web site)


  1. Prince William served on some occasions as Counsellor of State in the absence of his cousin, the Queen.


  1. Who killed him remained unknown until 2000 when Napoleon said in an interview with The Source that it was his cousin, Roddy, who accidentally killed him.


  1. Born near Houston, Mississippi, he gave his cousin B.B. King, a Stella guitar, King's first guitar.
  2. When Houston was 18 and ready to race in a low-level circuit, he approached his cousin by marriage, Dale Earnhardt, for help.
  3. Houston recorded the song "Family First" with mother Cissy Houston and cousin Dionne Warwick for the movie soundtrack to Daddy's Little Girls.


  1. On 3 January 1876 he married his first cousin, Alice Jane Gilbert (1847-1916), with whom he had eloped to Paris.
  2. Victor Cousin was born in Paris in the midst of the Revolution on Nov. (Web site)


  1. He belonged to the Ui Neill dynasty and under the Brehon laws, succession was open to any kinsman up to and including second cousin.

Close Cousin

  1. The book is clear about the fact that Pali is not the daughter of Sanskrit, but rather the sister, or a very close cousin. (Web site)
  2. The 25 year old King Phillip is bethrothed to the 14 year old Princess Mary of Scotland and Savoy, his close cousin. (Web site)

Cabernet Sauvignon

  1. The Merlot grape is a close cousin to Cabernet Sauvignon in many respects. (Web site)
  2. This Bordeaux grape is fruitier and lighter than its cousin, Cabernet Sauvignon.
  3. Merlot, which means "black bird" in French, is a distant cousin of Cabernet Sauvignon. (Web site)


  1. His cousin, Eugene of Savoy Eugene of Savoy, 1663–1736, prince of the house of Savoy, general in the service of the Holy Roman Empire.
  2. She was born in the House of Black and is the cousin to Sirius Black and Regulus Black, sister to Bellatrix Black and Andromeda Black.
  3. Aqil who is my cousin and my Trustworthy (representative) from my house.

United Kingdom

  1. He was the brother of Empress Carlota of Mexico and cousin to Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. (Web site)
  2. He was the brother of Empress Carlota of Mexico and first cousin of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. (Web site)


  1. She attended the coronations of her cousin, George V, in June 1911 and her first cousin once-removed, King George VI in June 1937. (Web site)
  2. As such, Princess Augusta was a first cousin of Queen Victoria and aunt to Mary of Teck, later a consort of George V. (Web site)
  3. She was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom; also the first cousin of George V and Maud of Wales.


  1. Gould's first piano teacher was his mother, whose grandfather was a cousin of Edvard Grieg. (Web site)


  1. According to Arngrim, Hereoweard was succeeded by Rrek (called Hredric in Beowulf), the cousin of Hrlf's father, but he was attacked by Valdar.


  1. He was the younger son of HRH Knud, Hereditary Prince of Denmark, by his wife (and first cousin) Princess Caroline-Mathilde of Denmark.


  1. In 20 AD, she married her cousin Nero Caesar, the son of Germanicus Caesar and Agrippina the Elder.
  2. French painter, sculptor, etcher, engraver, and geometrician, Jean Cousin the Elder, publishes Livre de perspective in Paris at the press of Jean Le Royer.
  3. Agrippina the Elder marries Germanicus, her second cousin.


  1. Another cousin of mine is also a cousin of classic country singer Ricky Skaggs.
  2. Especially since lead singer, Corin Tucker, is a distant cousin of mine.
  3. RLB: Yeah, I met Lightnin' Hopkins once, and Muddy Waters was married to a first cousin of mine, and I grew up around Fred MacDowell.


  1. Dudley Dursley is the only child of Vernon and Petunia Dursley, and Harry's only cousin.
  2. Simply put, a cross cousin is a first cousin who is the child of the mother's brother or of the father's sister.
  3. She had a uterine sister (or perhaps first cousin) named Fabia, who as a child had become a Vestal Virgin – a very great honour.


  1. When the prince reached the age of sixteen, Suddhodana arranged for him to be married to his cousin, a charming princess named Yasodhara. (Web site)
  2. Isabella was declared of age in 1843 and she married her cousin Francisco de Asis, the son of her father’s brother, on October 10, 1846. (Web site)
  3. His wife and children, and a cousin named Maidhyoimangha, were his first converts after his illumination from Ahura Mazda at age 30.


  1. His father's sister married the duke of Kent, and her daughter, afterwards Queen Victoria of England, Prince Albert's wife, was thus his first cousin. (Web site)
  2. He installs Oswine, a minor member of the Kentish Royal family (and second cousin of King Eadric), as King of Kent. (Web site)


  1. Early life Sirius's early life proved unhappy; by adolescence he had come to hate most of his relatives, in particular his mother and his cousin Bellatrix.


  1. Andromeda was Sirius ' favourite cousin. (Web site)
  2. Andromeda was his favorite cousin (OP6). Distantly related to Molly Weasley.


  1. After World War II, King went to Memphis and stayed with his cousin, bluesman Bukka White, before returning to the Delta in late 1946. (Web site)
  2. In 1946, B.B. King set off for Memphis to look up his cousin, rough-edged country blues guitarist Bukka White. (Web site)
  3. Alvin Youngblood Hart from Memphis (a distant cousin of John Hurt's) was among the performers at the festival. (Web site)


  1. In 589, Basina joined her first cousin, Clotilda, daughter of Charibert I, in rebellion against the abbess of their convent.


  1. Beside that, Odysseus had only recently married Penelope, the daughter of Icarius and cousin to Helen of Sparta.


  1. He granted Edessa to a cousin, Baldwin of Bourcq, and on the way to Jerusalem he was ambushed by Duqaq of Damascus near Beirut.
  2. In 1118, Baldwin I died at the age of sixty (presumably of natural causes) and his cousin was rapidly crowned King Baldwin II of Jerusalem. (Web site)
  3. She married Raynald in secret in 1153, without consulting her first cousin and liege lord, Baldwin III of Jerusalem. (Web site)


  1. But was passed over by the Haute Cour in favor of his cousin, Hugh of Antioch, the future Hugh III of Cyprus and Hugh I of Jerusalem.
  2. Baldwin himself suggested Manuel marry another cousin, Melisende of Tripoli, preferring not to see such a close relationship between Byzantium and Antioch.
  3. Macrinus was defeated in battle in June 218 by the forces of Elagabalus, a distant cousin of Caracalla, outside Antioch in Syria. (Web site)


  1. According to some he was Krishna 's cousin, being son of Devabhaga, the brother of Vasudeva.


  1. Krishna was cousin to both sides in the war between the Pandavas and Kauravas. (Web site)


  1. She was married to her cousin and uncle Amphitryon, king of Thebes.
  2. Briefly, Dionysus returns to Thebes, his putative birthplace, where his cousin Pentheus is king.
  3. Accompanied by Maenads he visited Thebes, which was ruled by King Pentheus, his own cousin.


  1. His second marriage was to another second cousin, Elizabeth "Betty" Washington, the sister of George Washington, on May 7, 1750.
  2. Through Christian IX of Denmark and Queen Victoria, she is a double third cousin to Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.


  1. Baldwin of Le Bourg succeeds his cousin Baldwin I as king of Jerusalem.
  2. The County of Edessa passed to his cousin Baldwin of Bourcq. (Web site)
  3. Tyre was taken later by his successor and cousin Baldwin II.


  1. She was burned off the tapestry, too, and Sirius told Harry that she was his favorite cousin. (Web site)


  1. Draco Malfoy was her first cousin, though neither she nor Draco acknowledge this.


  1. Teucer was the nephew of King Priam of Troy and so the cousin of Hector and Paris - all of whom he fought against in the Trojan War. (Web site)
  2. In Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, telling the story of the Trojan war, Penelope was the daughter of Icarius and a first cousin of Helen of Troy. (Web site)
  3. His father was also the cousin of King Priam of Troy.


  1. Briseis runs to Achilles to support him, which surprised Paris as he finally realized that his cousin is in love.


  1. Peleus gave him together with Patroclus (his cousin, friend, and, in many versions of the tale, lover) to Chiron the Centaur, on Mt.
  2. According to Plutarch, Antony threw his cousin out of his house, because she slept with his friend, the tribune Publius Cornelius Dolabella. (Web site)
  3. KRISHNA: Cousin of Kunti, Krishna serves as spiritual and military counselor and friend to the whole family--both Pandavas and Kauravas.

John Adams

  1. He had all the courage and indomitable perseverance of his cousin, John Adams, but without his bluntness of manner.

Gao Lian

  1. Gao Lian was the cousin of Gao Qiu, the high-ranking, but corrupt, official in the Imperial Court and nemesis of the Liangshan heroes.

Ma Dai

  1. At his side are his cousin Ma Dai (who, along with Ma Chao, is not related to Ma Su or Ma Liang), a strong ally Pang De, and a close friend Han Sui.
  2. As the cousin of Ma Chao, Ma Dai is noted for killing the rebellious Wei Yan in a ploy set up by Zhuge Liang and Jiang Wei.


  1. It is also possible that "Wild Bill" Tannen from "Clara's Folks" could have been a cousin to Buford.

Crew Chief Tony Eury Jr

  1. He and his cousin, crew chief Tony Eury Jr., realize that this is their opportunity to show they have substance as well as style.


  1. An enamine is a cousin of an enone, with the carbonyl replaced by an amine group.

Public Domain Text

  1. ISBN 1-84195-380-6 This article incorporates public domain text from: Cousin, John William (1910). (Web site)


  1. It was true that he was, as a grandson of Constantius Chlorus and a cousin to Constantius, a member of the ruling dynasty. (Web site)
  2. Julius Nepotian attacks Rome with a band of gladiators 351 – Constantius appoints his cousin Constantius Gallus as Caesar. (Web site)
  3. On 6 November 355, Julian was declared Caesar by Constantius II. The new Caesar was a paternal first cousin to Helena and her siblings.


  1. Hirohito -shinnō was named Crown Prince and heir to his first cousin, the Daikakuji-tō Emperor Go-Uda. (Web site)
  2. In 1296, he became crown prince (heir) to the Jimyōin-tō Emperor Go-Fushimi, his second cousin. (Web site)


  1. He is the grand-nephew of Ross Powless and cousin of Gaylord Powless, both of whom are in the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame.


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