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- Cousins, the tribes in Armenia were still rivals for land and mineral resources, and a few rose to prominence.
- Cousins, a College senior, said yesterday that he does not think his fraternity will completely phase out the pledging process.
- Its cousins are the positive muon, μ +, and the positive tauon, τ +.
- The cousins are two electrically charged particles, called the mu and the tau, which also have neutral siblings.
- The cousins are also cousins with influential guitarist Bo Diddley.
- The cars very much followed the design route of their Formula One and Formula Two cousins with spaceframe chassis and outboard suspension.
- The Pandavas have a new palace built for them, by Maya the Danava.[ 30] They invite their Kaurava cousins to Indraprastha.
- The franchise consists mainly of the Care Bears themselves, as well as the later additions the Care Bear Cousins.
- The latter are hard to visualise, but still retain the aesthetically pleasing symmetry of their lower dimensional cousins.
- Their cousins in Gaul proper (modern France) probably had been there since 600 B.C., for the Greeks of Massilia (Marseilles) knew them.
- Gathered with their armies are the estranged cousins, the Pandavas and the Kauravas, all set to join the battle.
- Mr Gandhi and his estranged cousins are the grandchildren of Indira Gandhi, the former prime minister who was assassinated in 1984.
- The cousins also allowed the "Barnaby Ross" name to be used as a house name for the publication of a series of historical novels by Don Tracy.
- It was in 1932 when the cousins came up with a series of novels with a character that was mentioned in the past Ellery Queen books, Barnaby Ross.
- Ellery Queen was one of two brainchildren of the team of cousins, Fred Dannay and Manfred B. Lee.
- Dhritarashtra’s sons, the Kauravas, led by the eldest Duryodhana, detest their cousins.
- The red drum is a member of the drum family whose cousins include the Atlantic croaker, spot, spotted seatrout, and black drum.
- Sicarius resembles the crab spiders of the family Thomisidae and lacks the characteristic violin-shaped marking of their cousins, the recluse spiders.
- The Pillamar were initially deterred by the fate of the Thampis, for they did not expect Marthanda Varma to kill his own cousins.
- The last descendants of Salazar Slytherin, their obsession with blood purity has caused them to often marry their own cousins.
- Elena and British figure skater Steven Cousins welcomed a healthy baby boy named Trysten on October 6, 2007 in London.
- I've got brothers racing, cousins, nephews, and it's the first time we've won something this special.
- Sincerely, Casey Sheehan's grandparents, aunts, uncles and numerous cousins.
- Three cousins, Thomas, 52, Nicholas, 57 and Penny Pritzker, 43, would run the parts of the family business that are not sold off.
- He was born in Carroll Country, Virginia and raised by his father and three cousins, who taught him traditional Blue Ridge Mountain songs.
- Left motherless at the age of three, Stoneman was raised by his father and three cousins who taught him guitar, banjo, autoharp, harmonica, and the jaw harp.
- Perched on the rocky fringe of western Europe, Wales often gets short shrift in comparison to its Celtic cousins of Ireland and Scotland.
- Why don't we take a look at the competitive costumes of skaters like Robin Cousins and John Curry.
- As a result, there's something in this book for everybody, not just fans of Robin Cousins himself.
- Therefore the Weasleys and the Blacks and the Malfoys are distant cousins: the seven Weasley children are Draco Malfoy 's third cousins, once removed.
- My first cousins who left China, one in 1976 and another in 1992, are the sons of my grandparents' first son who was left in China to care for grandparents.
- Andromeda was Sirius Black's cousin, making Tonks and Sirius to be first cousins, once removed.
- General authorities such as Brigham Young, Williard Richards, Joseph F. Smith and Abraham H.Cannon married their first cousins as legal and plural wives.
- Steven Cousins is perhaps best known for his charismatic presence and sense of rhythm and style on the ice.
- All true dragons have the ability to fly, as do some of their cousins, such as wyverns.
- Like their red cousins, gold dragons breathe a cone of fire, but they also have the ability to create chlorine gas.
- Eight Cousins occupies half of this 2-story red brick building, and has a clear sign above its three arched windows.
- Within a half a year, Dawson and Grice had been replaced by cousins Emerson and Bobby Rogers, and the group's name had been changed to The Matadors.
- These plants are cousins and good companions, since each thrives in fertile, moist, acidic soil.
- In any case, plants such as the onions and the daylilies appear to be closely related cousins although not in the amaryllis family proper.
- In Australia it is common to find their native Miniature Fox Terrier (Closely related to their American cousins) crossed with the Chihuahua.
- Cousins says that where the suttas think in terms of sequences or processes the abhidhamma thinks in terms of specific events or occasions.
- You've heard about me from the stories told by those who take the side of my cousins, the Pandavas.
- We managed to find them by pure luck when we tried to invade Virata, and saw our five cousins fought on their side.
- Despite family tensions, Paulina was often invited to the White House by Eleanor Roosevelt to play with her cousins.
- Persephone was an obedient, cheerful girl who had a happy childhood, playing with her cousins, Artemis and Athena.
- A MINKE whale has been spotted playing with its humpback cousins in the waters off Hervey Bay.
- The giant house spider and the domestic or common house spider are both cousins to the Hobo spider and look very similar with obvious differences.
- The Kenpo of Japan and Okinawa was so similar to that which James Mitose had brought to Hawaii as to make them sister arts, or at least cousins.
- When it comes to beginner motorcycles, most of them have a general 'look' to them that gives them away as being not as powerful as their 600cc+ cousins.
- For reasons that remain unclear, Cousins and Kagan failed to make the turn back into the shipping lanes and the ship ran aground on Bligh Reef at 12:04 a.m.
- And you never know, I might come back with a new leading man." And for Robin Cousins, choreographer supreme, that would be a gold-medal result.
- Earnhardt and Eury, who are cousins, have worked together in some form for all but a portion of the 2005 season.
- He also began to execute Emperor He's brothers and cousins one by one, to eliminate the possibility of their resisting his moves.
- The emperor attacked during a revolt by rival cousins.
- As Prince Christopher's father was a younger brother of Princess Alexandra's maternal grandmother, the hopeful couple were first cousins once removed.
- Most of the species have showy flowers and are becoming increasingly popular as houseplants, much like their cousins the African violets.
- The anterior incisors in some species are enlarged, but not to the degree seen in their smaller cousins, the shrews.
- Sanskrit is indeed related to English but their relationship is more like cousins than ancestor and descendant.
- Theseus and Helios are cousins with Helios more distantly related.
- This was quite natural considering that Hercules and Theseus were cousins.
- Cousins All original music to include rock, blues, folk, country, and alternative sound.
- Blues and Jazz are closely related cousins.
- The older Tommy Johnson (no relation, although it is speculated that they were cousins), by contrast, also claimed to have sold his soul to the Devil.
- The word minke comes from a Norwegian whaler who incorrectly identified these small baleen whales for their larger cousins, the blue whale.
- Better known and more enduring as characters in the comics are two cousins of Pete, created by Romano Scarpa in italian Disney comics.
- In this battle, he himself, his children, his brothers, his nephews, his cousins, and his companions, who were totally about 70 people, were martyred.
- Ali and Muhammad were thus cousins raised as brothers, with Ali in the role of a younger brother, looking up to Muhammad and ready to follow his lead.
- She served as bridesmaid at the wedding of her cousins, the then-Princess Elizabeth and The Duke of Edinburgh, on 20 November 1947.
- She is also related to Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh since he and her paternal grandmother Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent are first cousins.
- When his cousins the emperors Rudolf II and Matthias died childless, Ferdinand fell heir to the Hapsburg dominions in Austria, Bohemia, and Hungary.
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