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ancestor.n

  • Come and meet Lawrence Washington, the builder of Sulgrave Manor, direct
    ancestor
    esi-isä
    of George
    Georgen
    .
  • At himself for the doubts that ate at him, and at
    his
    hänen
    ancestor
    esi-isäänsä
    for giving him nothing more than a string of empty plat itudes.
  • The issues relating to the power she has now and
    her
    hänen
    ancestors
    esi-isillään
    have had do not bother her.
  • Had any
    ancestor
    esi-isäni
    of mine
    minun
    been minded to donate works of art to a national institution, he would have chosen a museum or JC art gallery and assuredly not a university.

ancestral.a

  • Claydon is the
    ancestral
    perintö-
    home of the Verney family.
  • If we leap far enough, all the genes will be copies of one single gene in
    our
    meidän
    ancestral
    perintö-
    population.
  • Their organization into lineages descended from
    ancestral
    sukulais-
    females has been demonstrated in some populations.
  • The archosaurs had thus acquired an intermediate position, what has been referred to as `semi-erect ``, particularly in those immediately
    ancestral
    jälkeläisissä
    to the dinosaur
    dinosaurusten
    .
  • Others have suggested that there were paired nasal sacs opening separately and gave rise to the theory that heterostracans
    might be
    voisivat olla
    ancestral
    jälkeläisiä
    to jawed vertebrates
    leuallisten selkärankaisten
    (Fig. 2 B, b).

aunt.n

  • `She wants me with her, although a great friend, Lady Bartlett, goes with her sons, and I believe too an
    aunt
    tätini
    of mine
    minun
    .
  • With him and Donald, David Beaton, Father Patrick, his
    aunt
    tätinsä
    Bridhe and the other lasses, Hector had many folk to fill his day.
  • Even before his accident it seemed doubtful that
    my
    minun
    aunt
    tädilläni
    would ever have a child of her own.
  • `I believe you know
    my
    minun
    aunt
    tätini
    , Lady Fieldfare, ``he said.
  • Her hair was also dark, her life erratic and her only relative an
    aunt
    täti
    in County Leix.
  • Mark had spent many idyllic summer days sailing and fishing with his brothers and
    his
    hänen
    aunt
    tätinsä
    on the beautiful river, but had never been to her winter cottage.
  • The
    aunt
    Täti
    noticed, and went to look in the shed again.
  • `Well, yes, we should, ``said the
    aunt
    täti
    .
  • `And don't forget, I was by then dominated by
    my
    minun
    aunt
    tätini
    to such an extent that I wouldn't have dared.
  • I have just heard that an
    aunt
    tätini
    of mine
    minun
    died some years ago.
  • `
    I
    Minulla
    've got an
    aunt
    täti,
    who lives -- `

auntie.n

  • I'm used to doing what folk tell me to do, teachers, bosses
    Auntie
    BBC
    , Stonehenge.
  • Wondering what to do with the stationery set
    Aunty
    täti
    gave you?
  • I
    Minulla
    've got
    aunties
    tätejä,
    with daughters married to white guys, and they will not accept the guy.
  • She's tried so hard to refuse payment from
    her
    hänen
    aunties
    tätinsä
    for the day's outing, but has succeeded only in deflecting each one's departing offer of a clandestine, crumpled tip.
  • But as
    my
    minun
    Lancashire
    aunty
    tätini
    used to say flatly: there's two kinds of lasses, never forget.
  • ``Natural! said
    Auntie
    täti
    ; and she took to sitting at her bedroom window with her eyes closed.
  • Next day
    Skipper's
    Skipperin
    `
    Auntie
    täti
    ``
    Jackie
    Jackie
    , with whom he stayed when I first bought him, took us back to Duckhurst Farm in her lorry.
  • As she said that so dad arrived in the car with my mum, who is an absolute prude, and
    my
    minun
    auntie
    tätini
    .
  • It wasn't really
    their
    heidän
    Auntie
    tätinsä
    's pub, but she worked there and it had been convenient to make all the arrangements on a friendly family footing.

brother-in-law.n

  • THE
    brother-in-law
    lanko
    of James Guerin
    James Guerinin
    , the US industrialist accused of defrauding Ferranti of more than £150m, pleaded guilty in US court yesterday to two counts of bribery in America's WedTech defence scandal.
  • He was the son of a clergyman, the brother of the Archdeacon of Grahamstown and the
    brother-in-law
    lanko
    of the Bishop of Madagascar
    Madagaskarin piispan
    .
  • Next year went
    Megakles the Alkmeonid
    Megakles Alkmeonid
    , nephew of Kleisthenes and
    brother-in-law
    lanko
    of Xanthippos
    Ksanthippoksen
    ; two years later, Xanthippos himself.
  • `I can phone from anywhere, and I'll go mad if I have nothing to take my mind off that worthless
    brother-in-law
    langostani
    of mine
    minun
    , but I've changed my mind about the wall.
  • His
    Hänen
    brother-in-law
    lankonsa
    's brow cleared.
  • Victory for Willsford would give
    Michael Bowlby
    Michael Bowlbylle
    ,
    Mrs Pitman's
    herra Pitmanin
    brother-in-law
    langolle
    , his biggest win.
  • My
    Minun
    brother-in-law
    lankoni
    was working for ICI and liked the company.
  • WHO fought
    his
    hänen
    brother-in-law
    lankonsa
    at SummerSlam `92?
  • FitzAlan glared at
    his
    hänen
    brother-in-law
    lankoaan
    over Isabel's unconscious body.
  • So, on a rainy Sunday in June,
    my
    minun
    husband, sister,
    brother-in-law
    lankoni
    and father all attempted to catch the little waif.
  • Not for nothing have
    I
    minulla
    a
    brother-in-law
    lanko,
    who cooks professionally.
  • Glynn
    Glynnillä
    has a
    brother-in-law
    lanko,
    who belongs to a gun club.
  • `It's not a crime to have a
    brother-in-law
    lanko
    employed by the Ministry of Education, and it's not a crime to have a conversation with him.

brother.n

  • The shares held by Else 1982 Ltd, a trust chaired by
    Len Brealey
    Len Brealey
    ,
    brother
    veli
    of former chairman Reg
    entisen puheenjohtajan Regin
    , should have passed to Woolhouse last year.
  • `That
    brother
    veljeni
    of mine
    minun
    is still making his way here, as far as I can tell.
  • Allitt, 24, from Corby Glen, near Grantham, also denies attempting to murder the 15-year-old
    brother
    veljen
    of her flat- mate
    asuintoverinsa
    and a 73-year-old woman.
  • I wish t'were his
    brother
    veljensä
    ,
  • Tina had told Jack the very first time they met: `My dad hates the place -- like
    my
    minun
    brothers
    veljeni
    do.
  • `
    Edward
    Edward
    my
    minun
    brother
    veljeni
    or Richard of Gloucester?
  • Meanwhile,
    my
    minun
    brothers
    veljeni
    , work and wield
  • In 1977,
    his
    hänen
    playboy
    brother
    veljensä
    Nigel
    Nigel
    plunged to his death in his car on a mountain road in South of France -- and David was heir to the multi-million empire then run by his father Cecil.
  • Brother
    veli
    of `Aids timebomb ``
    'Aids-aikapommin'
    dies
  • The following month Alexander complained to
    his
    hänen
    brother
    veljelleen
    of ``the unbridled character of our reckless literature, which ought to have been reined in long ago.
  • At seven o'clock in the evening, a time Clarke judged opportune, he and his fellow-officers burst into the
    brothers
    veljesten
    ' bedroom.
  • Under each new stress the
    brothers
    veljekset
    show a genuine change of attitude from the old days.
  • `You are right,
    Brother
    veli
    .
  • She
    Hänellä
    had a
    brother
    veli
    , Tom.
  • She had Richard beside her and Alex,
    her
    hänen
    brother
    veljensä
    , who was a much larger boy, sprawled on the opposite seat.
  • `Her Grace has ofttimes written to yourself and
    your
    sinun
    brother
    veljellesi
    , ``Brackenbury told him.
  • `First I've got to go back into the Castle and get
    my
    minun
    brother
    veljeni
    .
  • ``Big
    Brother
    veli
    is watching you, the caption beneath it ran.

child.n

  • The
    child
    lapsi
    of the doctor
    lääkärin
    shares a classroom and a playground with the children of farmers or loggers.
  • Emma Butler, 12, was at a sports day with her family in May when the accident happened at the European School for
    children
    lapsille
    of nuclear scientists
    ydintiedemiesten
    near Abingdon in Oxon.
  • She was now a married woman or, rather, widow, ostensibly carrying the
    child
    lasta
    of a man who had been killed in action
    taisteluissa kuolleen miehen
    .
  • `If I were married, ``she almost screamed at him, `I wouldn't send
    my
    minun
    child
    lastani
    out to work if my husband was fit and well.
  • Arrange sturdy furniture to help
    your
    sinun
    child
    lastasi
    pull himself up and take those first steps.
  • Sarah, yes; with her marital problems, and
    her
    hänen
    mongol
    child
    lapsensa
    -- yes.
  • Alternatively the parents may use the child as a pawn in their battles and try to gain allegiance from the
    child
    lapselta
    (Minuchin 1974;, Barker 1986).
  • Two years after
    her
    hänen
    second
    child
    lapsensa
    was born her husband was diagnosed with a terminal illness.
  • Nolan and Tucker (1981), in writing for parents of deaf
    children
    lasten
    , give no indication of the degree of language difficulty deaf children actually do face.
  • Ralph
    Ralph
    is one of six
    children
    lapsesta
    and Denise the youngest but one of 13 brothers and sisters.
  • Edhi and Bilquis
    Edhillä ja Bilquisilla
    have four
    on neljä
    children
    lasta
    -- two sons and two daughters.
  • I
    Minulla
    have two
    children
    lasta
    currently passing through the education system at secondary and primary levels.

cousin.n

  • Mr Arun Nehru
    Herra Arun Nehru
    ,
    cousin
    serkku
    of the last prime minister
    viimeisen pääministerin
    and a member of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty, appears to have been marginalised.
  • July 1540, Henry married
    Catherine Howard
    Catherine Howardin
    , a
    cousin
    serkun
    of Anne Boleyn
    Anne Boleynin
    , but she also was beheaded, for indiscretion, in February 1542.
  • `I heard just recently that a first
    cousin
    serkkuni
    of mine
    minun
    was destroyed in the Battle of the Lesser Sack.
  • Like some distant
    cousin
    serkku
    of Emu
    Emun
    , he stands majestic against a background of Warwick Castle, the home of his real- life counterparts.
  • Angela shot a glance to the other side of the room where
    her
    hänen
    cousin
    serkkunsa
    was dozing.
  • And I can tell you too,
    Guinevere
    Guinevere-
    my
    <empty>
    cousin
    serkku
    , that even if you never bear an heir for Britain, he will not put you aside.
  • As I thought about it, the notion took its own shape, blossoming, as it were, and escalating into what I finally conceived as
    my
    minun
    cousin
    serkkuni
    's nemesis.
  • But man is, in general, sexually dimorphic in ways which
    do not resemble
    eivät muistuta
    his
    hänen
    ape
    apina-
    cousins
    serkkujaan
    .
  • Harry and
    our
    meidän
    Langley
    cousins
    serkkumme
    and both the Trethowans and all the houseparties they had staying.
  • The words fell harshly into the silence and Emily looked at
    her
    hänen
    cousin
    serkkuaan
    in disbelief.
  • Got a
    cousin
    serkku, joka
    living just outside Yelton.
  • The
    cousin
    serkku
    was astute, far more than Joszef, Daisy said.
  • Since then the pubs passed down through sons, daughters,
    cousins
    serkkumme
    and nephews to it's present day owners.
  • ``
    I
    Minulla
    have a
    cousin
    serkku,
    who married a Mackenzie.
  • `But
    you
    sinulla
    have a kind aunt and
    cousins
    serkkuja
    .
  • Lori had taken advantage of it while disliking
    her
    hänen
    cousin
    serkkuaan
    even more for it.

dad.n

  • And lass ``-- she now bent over Agnes -- `if that
    Dad
    isäsi
    of yours
    sinun
    has done me lad any deep damage he'll pay for it.
  • It stars Nolte, although we're told he won't actually sing but he plays the
    dad
    isää
    of someone
    jonkun
    who does.
  • If it was Atherton he'd never get up into the wood and back before
    his
    hänen
    Dad
    isänsä
    carne home.
  • `
    Jack's
    Jackin
    dad
    isälle
    's had an accident at work.
  • And
    your
    sinun
    Dad
    isäsi
    won't be hiding any more.
  • Me and
    my
    minun
    dad
    isäni
    fly in a cessna.
  • Mr and Mrs Jonesy apologised to
    Dad
    isälle
    for their son's behaviour and promised that he would get `what's comin' to 'im when we get 'ome ``.
  • I said to me mother, I ain't going to work for
    me
    minun
    dad
    isälleni
    like our Albert did.
  • `What d'you call him
    your
    sinun
    Dad
    isäksesi
    for then?
  • I called in to see
    Dad
    isän
    before coming here and while I was there an insurance investigator called Tom O'Neill came to see him.
  • I went home to me mam, who had left
    me
    minun
    dad
    isäni
    by then.
  • But we don't have problems in the sense that you and
    Dad
    isälläsi
    used to have.
  • I mean, how short did
    Dad
    isä
    expect Roge's memory to be?
  • That's just like
    my
    minun
    dad
    isäni
    -- he's always on about what a struggle he had in the days of his youth and I get it all too easy.
  • Human behaviour tends to be reshaped very quickly with this method … and usually we find that it
    's
    on
    dad
    isä
    who ends up parting with most money!
  • `He's fairly handy behind the wheel, ``said
    his
    hänen
    dad
    isänsä
    Michael
    Michael
    , of Honley, West Yorks.
  • That
    's what
    on se, mitä
    dad
    isällä
    used to say.
  • When I told my mum I was pregnant she phoned
    my
    minun
    dad
    isälleni
    up.

daddy.n

  • Then the path turns due north to the
    daddy
    isän
    of all potholes
    kaikkien kuoppien
    , Gaping Gill.
  • Read next week's Cheers for a chance to win a bottle of claret and the
    daddy
    isä,
    of all wine diaries
    kaikkien viinipäiväkirjojen
    the 1993 edition of the Grants of St James' Wine Diary
    vuoden 1993 versio Grants of St James' Wine Diarysta
    .
  • While she was doing so, she was company for little Sandy, who was just six months old and still in his pram, the image of
    his
    hänen
    daddy
    isänsä
    , Bruce Mackenzie.
  • `Oh Parr,
    my
    minun
    daddy
    isäni
    's not a terrorist, is he?
  • I can remember as a small child
    Daddy
    isän
    coming back from Barnard Castle with big loads on his bicycle.
  • Sittin' on
    ma
    minun
    daddy
    isäni
    's knee
  • `He should have put on a pair of tights and joined
    his
    hänen
    daddy
    isänsä
    in front of the fairy-lights.
  • And ask them how they'd answer their children's inevitable questions, such as `why don't
    I
    minulla
    have a
    daddy
    isää
    like the other kids at school?
  • `I've never seen you smoke before,
    Daddy
    isä
    .
  • The
    daddy
    isällä
    has a great interest in that kind of thing.
  • I hear it was your birthday so I am sending you a photo of me and
    my
    minun
    daddy
    isästäni
    , Chris Geering, at Stratford-upon-Avon which was taken on my birthday.

daughter-in-law.n

  • It was the last of Richard Avedon's books to be designed by Marvin Israel, his close associate on many projects, who worked in close collaboration with
    Elizabeth Avedon
    Elizabeth Avedonin
    (
    daughter-in-law
    tytärpuolen
    of the photographer
    valokuvaajan
    ).
  • One Easter, whilst visiting Benbecula,
    my
    minun
    thoughtful
    daughter-in-law
    tytärpuoleni
    , Barbara, suggested a fishing picnic to Stilligarry.
  • Perhaps I ought to say first that I didn't ask you here to criticize
    my
    minun
    daughter-in-law
    tytärpuoltani
    for infidelity.
  • A
    daughter-in-law
    Tytärpuoli
    on the stage was a major social disadvantage.
  • She
    Hänellä
    had a very involved son and
    daughter-in-law
    tytärpuoli
    but both went out to work and therefore could not manage continual care (although she had respite hospital care two weeks in six).
  • The background indicated that previously she had lived with her youngest son for seven years; over time, arguments developed with the
    daughter-in-law
    tytärpuolen
    .
  • The sight of your poster in your office at King's Lynn caused
    my
    minun
    son and
    daughter-in-law
    tytärpuolelleni
    some amusement as they call Clark `Captain Chaos ``.
  • Two of the three involved have been mentioned in the previous section: first
    was
    oli
    Mrs Cummings'
    rouva Cummingsin
    daughter-in-law
    tytärpuoli
    , who had become more content with continued home care after one year.
  • `The person I admire the most is
    my
    minun
    daughter-in-law
    tytärpuoleni
    India Miller
    India Miller
    .
  • `If what I hear is true she's sharpening her claws on
    her
    hänen
    daughter-in-law
    tytärpuoleensa
    these days, ``said Rose.

daughter.n

  • The Words aren't worth one fraction of a second of sadness for a
    daughter
    tyttärelleni
    of mine
    minun
    :
  • First tonight the
    daughter
    tytär
    of a millionaire farmer
    miljonäärimaanviljelijän
    has been beaten and shot to death.
  • `
    Your
    Sinun
    daughter
    tyttäresi
    was kidnapped at gunpoint.
  • A WOMAN accused of cruelty to
    her
    hänen
    baby
    daughter
    tytärtään
    has vanished with the child.
  • Aunt Tone and the family's two children, Josh and Becky, and
    Becky's
    Beckyn
    infant
    daughter
    tytär
    , Iona, were already in the dining room, filling it with bustle and chat.
  • Sir John, who heads a theatrical family which includes actress
    daughters
    tyttäret
    Hayley and Juliet
    Hayley ja Juliet
    , said his biggest heartache was being forced to give up motoring and golf.
  • It tells the story of
    Steve and Christine Jones in Oxfordshire whose
    oxfordshireläisten Steve ja Christine Jonesin, joiden
    baby
    daughter
    tytär
    died from the disease.
  • Joshua Cohen, sitting with
    his
    hänen
    wife and
    daughter
    tyttärensä
    at the back of the synagogue rather than in his usual seat near the Ark of the Law, kept glancing up at everyone as they passed him.
  • A MAN shot dead
    his
    hänen
    teenage
    daughter
    tyttärensä
    after mistaking her for a burglar.
  • When she found out, she walked out on the 15-year marriage, taking
    daughters
    tyttäret
    Katie, 13, and Alexis, eight
    Katien, 13, ja Alexisin, 8
    , with her.
  • She plays Isobel Hetherington --
    a young woman
    nuorta naista,
    with three
    daughters
    tytärtä
    -- who takes up residence in a seaside resort during the hot summer of 1887.
  • Which, in retrospect, said a lot for her common sense; but a lady was still required and because
    our
    meidän
    daughter
    tyttäremme
    was there, my wife Ann was dragooned into duty.
  • Perhaps least typical of all was Annie J., also the
    daughter
    tytär
    of an upholsterer
    verhoilijan
    : aged 31, after 16 years in the trade, she married James T., minister of religion.
  • His mother was
    Juliana
    Juliana
    ,
    daughter
    tytär
    of William Horne of London
    Lontoon William Hornen
    .
  • Having three
    daughters
    tytärtä
    and an `extended ``family,
    I
    minä
    started knitting for them 30 years ago, but not spending a lot of money.
  • The chief in the next village
    Seuraavan kylän päälliköllä
    has a dozen wives and a lot of juicy young
    daughters
    tyttäriä,
    who would better suit a passionate young man like you.
  • They
    Heillä
    had one son and two
    daughters
    tytärtä
    .
  • After his return from Russia he had married
    Mary-Anne
    Mary-Annen
    ,
    daughter
    tyttären
    of John Neville
    John Nevillen
    , a Dublin merchant.

descendant.n

  • The wicked giant, a
    descendant
    jälkeläinen
    of the Norse god Thor
    norjalaisen Thor-jumalan
    , discovered one day that one of his boars had been killed. PUN
  • Thus, as a
    descendant
    jälkeläisenä
    of Aaron
    Aaronin
    , John can lay claim to the title of Priest Messiah.
  • The promise to Abraham of a son has been fulfilled;
    his
    hänen
    descendants
    jälkeläisensä
    have indeed become multiplied `as the stars of heaven NN1 and as the sand which is on the sea shore ``(Gen 22.17).
  • It has been claimed that a third brother settled in America and that one of
    his
    hänen
    descendants
    jälkeläisistään
    founded the internationally known VN Piper Aircraft Corporation but research has shown this to be false.
  • Clovis and
    his
    hänen
    descendants
    jälkeläisensä
    did not protect the tombs of their pagan ancestor.
  • That nose has stood
    their
    heidän
    descendants
    jälkeläisilleen
    in very good stead right up until this day.
  • Their
    Heidän
    last known
    descendant
    jälkeläisensä
    , Nathaniel Salperton, was among those executed after the Monmouth rebellion in 1685.
  • Later the family ran into financial difficulties and sold the property to Sir William Scott of Harden, whose direct
    descendant
    jälkeläinen
    was
    the young Walter Scott
    nuori Walter Scott
    .
  • The Hohenstaufen
    Hohenstaufenit
    were
    olivat
    descendants
    jälkeläisiä
    of Frederick of Beuren
    Frederick van Beurenin
    (died 1094), whose son, another Frederick, built the considerable power and fortune of the family before his death in 1105.
  • `But my cousin knows now that, as Luigi's son,
    he
    hän
    's the only male
    on ainoa miespuolinen
    descendant
    jälkeläinen
    and I have no claim to anythi ng.
  • These users
    are
    ovat
    his
    hänen
    immediate
    suoria
    descendants
    jälkeläisiään
    and he is their parent.

family.n

  • How can I protect myself and
    my
    minun
    family
    perhettäni
    against flu?
  • Much of the route passes through attractive undulating countryside formerly owned by
    the Knightley
    Knightleyn
    family
    perhe
    of Fawsley Hall.
  • `At the very least we owe it to the
    families
    perheille
    of the dead
    kuolleiden
    and the wives and children of the soldiers.
  • Families
    perheet
    of British hostages held in Beirut
    Beirutissa panttivangeiksi otettujen brittiläisten
    hope the new era of co-operation will help will freedom of their loved ones.
  • His
    Hänen
    family
    perheensä
    were not poor, but in a large household all available resources were fully used in providing for the children.
  • Does a married woman's adherence to stereotyped ideals of `feminine ``behaviour in dress, appearance and so forth, have any influence on social perceptions of
    her
    hänen
    family
    perheensä
    's status?
  • Maria watched
    her
    hänen
    family
    perheensä
    swooping on the food, saw eyes light up at the sight, the taste of good, home-cooked scones.
  • `Didn't you like
    my
    minun
    family
    perheestäni
    ?
  • This is the story of a little girl named Fern, who loves a little pig named Wilbur, and Wilbur's friend Charlotte a beautiful grey spider, Templeton the gluttonous rat and the
    Zuckerman
    Zuckermanin
    family
    perheestä
    .
  • Amongst children it may even make begging more lucrative than going to school or helping the
    family
    perhettä
    in the fields.
  • LAMPORT HALL was the seat of the
    Isham
    Ishamin
    family
    perheen
    for over 400 years.
  • He neglected
    his
    hänen
    family
    perheensä
    for more than two years when he became obsessed with his studies on the secret of life, despite the advice of a professor called Krempe.
  • We have a memory of Ramsey from
    a girl whose
    tytöltä, jonka
    family
    perhe
    attended St Benet's.
  • The
    family
    perheellä
    had tickets for a section of the plane engulfed in flames.
  • The 17.5pc VAT rate on fuel bills would push
    families
    perheet
    already `on the edge ``into despair.

father-in-law.n

  • Henri II (1547-59),
    Henri II (1547-59),
    king of France and first
    father-in-law
    appiukko
    of Mary Queen of Scots
    Skotlannin kuningatar Marian
    ; woodcut showing his ceremonial entry into Rouen, 1550.
  • In 1609-20 it belonged to the Czech Brothers and the
    father-in-law
    appiukko
    of Comenius
    Comeniuksen
    preached here.
  • More complex is the question of the influence of the family of
    Avitus
    Avituksen
    , one-time emperor and
    father-in-law
    appiukon
    of Sidonius
    Sidoniuksen
    .
  • Hugh asked
    his
    hänen
    father-in-law
    appiukoltaan
    from behind the Daily Telegraph.
  • Fathers, husbands and
    fathers-in-law
    appiukot
    are the direct tyrants of this society but their own lives are not much easier.
  • We had nine people for Christmas lunch --
    my
    minun
    mother and
    father-in-law
    appiukkoni
    came down from Anglesey and the kids and Glenys and myself and some friends.
  • Jordan
    Jordanilla
    had no patron, only a
    father-in-law
    appiukko
    .
  • I was with
    my
    minun
    future
    father-in-law
    appiukkoni
    , Frank Semmens.
  • Then there was a patch when I tried freelancing, then
    my
    minun
    father-in-law
    appiukkoni
    died and we moved down here.

father.n

  • He said the
    father
    isä
    of two
    kahden lapsen
    `died from a deep sense of duty, regardless of a generation, some of whom do not recognise or accept authority ``.
  • Your
    Sinun
    father
    isäsi
    and I are worried sick about you.
  • Clementina's
    Clementinan
    father
    isä
    was
    Enoch Roebuck
    Enoch Roebuck
    (1794-1865), who was described in the census returns as clothier (1841), woollen clothier (1851) and wool handloom weaver (1861).
  • Two girls maintained a contact, one with
    her
    hänen
    birth
    father
    isänsä
    and the other with her birth mother.
  • It's thought a fault in an electric fire set light to the downstairts bedroom -- when
    the twins
    kaksosten
    father
    isä
    Mark Bettinson
    Mark Bettinson
    smelt smoke flames had already begun to creep towards the twins cots.
  • `Andrew! ``called
    my
    minun
    father
    isäni
    from inside.
  • Its tiny slit eyes, uncertain hairline and wrinkled features are scarcely recognisable as human, let alone a mirror image of
    its
    sen
    mother or
    father
    isästä
    .
  • So she so he said, Why should you sat with your Sam she says cos
    he
    hänellä
    has a mother and
    father
    isä
    .
  • The Court of Appeal has increased the jail term on a
    father
    isän
    who attacked his baby daughter from four years to six years.
  • There's nothing she likes better than to reminisce about the days when my …
    my
    minun
    father
    isäni
    was a boy.
  • `But what about the
    father
    isä
    of the child
    lapsen
    ?
  • She wants to believe
    my
    minun
    father
    isäni
    was a changed man, that no girl was with them, so she's convinced herself they were alone.
  • Salah persuaded the
    fathers
    isät
    or brothers
    of the girls
    tyttöjen
    to consider the schemes and these men were reassured to know that women had discussed the matter and had achieved some consensus.
  • Neither
    father
    isä
    nor son realized that this was the start of a sundering between them.

filial.a

  • I have complete confidence in
    your
    <empty>
    filial
    lapsen
    love, and know that you have taken all possible care of your devoted mother …
  • The
    filial
    Lapsen
    bond remains, though, and when the women call, the pigs come.

forebear.n

  • The Talmud Torah (`Study of Torah ``), the official name for Hebrew school, was very close to the family's heart,
    his
    hänen
    forebears
    esi-isiensä
    having put much energy into its foundation and extension.
  • Now seeking means to combat the Chemicals Age, we look to
    our
    meidän
    forbears
    esi-isiimme
    for help.
  • In 1811 he married
    Emma, daughter of Zachariah Gisborne, whose
    Emman, Zachariah Gosbornen tyttären, jonka
    forebears
    esi-isät
    came from Birmingham.
  • I
    Minulla
    have Irish and Scots ancestry as well as many Geordie and northern England
    forebears
    esi-isiä
    .
  • He was correct in so far as
    our
    meidän
    forebears
    esi-isämme
    were piteously shattered but quite wrong in thinking that they could be subjugated.
  • George II died in October 1770 and his grandson, twenty-two years of age, became George III and he did not have the same deep concern for Hanover as had
    his
    hänen
    forbears
    esi-isillään
    .

forefather.n

  • Claude Arkell and
    his
    hänen
    forefathers
    esi-isiään
    have much to be thanked for.
  • She heard his cry, perhaps the battle cry of
    his
    hänen
    northern
    forefathers
    esi-isiensä
    when they prepared to attack.
  • Do you expect me to send food and wine to
    the men
    miehille,
    whose
    forefathers
    esi-isät
    took mine to wretched imprisonment in Genoa?
  • Years of breeding were in that voice, as if
    her
    hänen
    forefathers
    esi-isänsä
    spoke through her, all those who had been lords here when Master Higham's kin had been peasants.

granddaughter.n

  • George V had married, in 1893,
    Princess Mary
    prinsessa Maryn
    -- a Londoner --
    granddaughter
    lapsenlapsen
    of the Duke of Cambridge
    Cambridgen herttuan
    , and she was probably responsible for making George V popular with the British people.
  • `You think I
    'm the
    olen
    granddaughter
    lapsenlapsi
    of a criminal
    rikollisen
    --
  • Why, because she couldn't bear to acknowledge the legitimate
    granddaughter
    lapsenlasta
    of her father
    isänsä
    … ”
  • In addition, Parthenius, nephew of Ennodius of Pavia, and husband of a
    granddaughter
    lapsenlapsen
    of Ruricius
    Ruriciuksen
    , was highly regarded by his contemporaries for his skill in rhetoric.
  • Our
    Meidän
    newest
    granddaughter
    lapsenlapsemme
    Rachel
    Rachel
    was christened on the first Sunday of the new year, and that was a wonderful happy day, with a party in her parents ``home.
  • Her
    Hänen
    granddaughter
    lapsenlastaan
    Princess Anne
    prinsessa Annea
    has not been spared, and neither was her own daughter.
  • `
    My
    Minun
    little
    granddaughter
    lapsenlapseni
    likes to go with me to the chateau.
  • Not for her
    granddaughter
    lapsenlapselleen
    , but for Kate.
  • My story is similar to Annie's in that I made the same mistake and thought of
    my
    minun
    granddaughter
    lapsenlastani
    as a substitute child.
  • However, he bent down and kissed
    his
    hänen
    little
    granddaughter
    lapsenlastaan
    on the cheek.
  • The first son had died leaving a son but the second died childless: on the face of it the
    granddaughter
    lapsenlasta
    was not admitted because of the wording of the condition.
  • His nearest agnates are at three removes from him: they are the son of his brother and the daughter of another brother or sister, the
    granddaughter
    lapsenlapsi,
    who is the beneficiary of the trust.
  • Babs Hinchliffe
    Babs Hinchliffe
    and four-year-old
    granddaughter
    lapsenlapsi
    Nikki Wilson
    Nikki Wilson
    hope rumours will soon confirm their campaign's success
  • Many of the nurses are the sons and daughters and even grandsons and
    granddaughters
    lasten tyttäriä
    of Rampton staff
    Ramptonin henkilökunnan
    .
  • `'Ow's
    my
    minun
    little
    granddaughter
    lapsenlapseni
    doin'?
  • This role was initially left somewhat vague until Anthony Coburn advanced the suggestion she
    should be
    pitäisi olla
    the Doctor's
    lääkärin
    granddaughter
    lapsenlapsi
    .
  • She is young enough
    to be
    ollakseen
    my
    minun
    granddaughter
    lapsenlapseni
    and I do not give a damn.
  • I
    Minulla
    've got a
    granddaughter
    pojantytär
    and a grandson.

grandfather.n

  • The film documents a journey in search of
    Moses Mendelssohn
    Moses Mendelssohnia
    , 18C philosopher and
    grandfather
    isoisää
    of the composer
    säveltäjän
    , which becomes a journey through two hundred years of German Jewish history and the film-maker's own family.
  • The executioner was Charles Sanson,
    grandfather
    isoisä
    of the renowned Charles-Henri
    kuuluisan Charles-Henrin
    .
  • THE
    grandfather
    isoisä
    of Cadbury Flake girl Rachel Brown
    Cadbury Flake -tyttö Rachel Brownin
    last night hit out at the `evil ``person who gave her the designer drug Ecstasy.
  • Remember
    our
    meidän
    grandfather
    isoisämme
    , Hughie, remember him?
  • My grandmother took in laundry and looked after me and
    my
    minun
    grandfather
    isoisästäni
    .
  • Lucy's
    Lucyn
    grandfather
    isoisä
    is well known in the county.
  • When four Poitevin knights were taken prisoner by
    Richard's
    Richardin
    Angevin
    grandfather
    isoisä
    Count Geoffrey Plantagenet they won their release by composing and singing a song in praise of their captor.
  • The business of manufacturing rock was started in Bridlington in 1911 by
    the present Managing Directors
    nykyisen toimitusjohtajan
    grandfather
    isoisä
    .
  • I can begin to be a real father to my girls and prepare for the day when
    I
    minä
    'll be a
    olen
    grandfather
    isoisä
    to their children
    heidän lastensa
    .
  • Founded by
    his
    hänen
    grandfather
    isoisänsä
    in Liverpool in 1823, the Muspratt alkali works moved to Widnes in 1852.
  • `You have chosen to follow me, as your fathers chose to follow
    my
    minun
    grandfather
    isoisääni
    against the same enemy.
  • `What was
    grandfather
    isoisäni
    like, Gran?
  • The father-of-six and
    grandfather
    isoisä
    of one
    yhden
    was employed by a construction company carrying out renovation work on houses for the Northern Ireland Housing Executive.
  • It
    was the
    oli
    grandfather
    isoisä,
    who had founded the school, and he still lived on the premises.
  • `Forgive me, most respected
    Grandfather
    isoisä
    , but the question I would ask you is a difficult one.
  • `I think it would be kind of nice
    to be a
    olla
    grandfather
    isoisä
    .
  • There
    had been
    oli ollut
    her
    hänen
    grandfather
    isoisänsä
    , university, her job and her flat.
  • Not only had David Anthony been
    her
    hänen
    grandfather
    isoisänsä
    's name, but the name he had given his adopted son.

grandmother.n

  • The cases display a mainly 19C head reliquary of the
    grandmother
    isoäidin
    of King Wenceslas
    kuningas Wenceslasin
    , Ludmila; the 10C sword of St Stephen wrought by Ulfberth and a 13C mitre set with seed pearls.
  • fairy-tale in which the wolf kills and eats the
    grandmother
    isoäidin
    of a little girl
    pienen tytön
    called Little Red Riding Hood, then gets into her bed and disguises himself in her clothes to trap the child.
  • We questioned the elder of the group -- a soft-faced
    grandmother
    isoäitiä
    of a man
    miehen
    , with wise and watery eyes -- who explained:
  • The
    grandmother
    isoäiti
    of the present Tjerssen
    kyseisen Tjerssenin
    had been fully alive to the possibilities of tourism.
  • The first copy he inscribed `To
    my
    minun
    dearest
    grandmother
    isoäidilleni
    , with love and gratitude.
  • Credits
    his
    hänen
    grandmother
    isoäitiään
    with turning him around.
  • A
    GRANDMOTHER
    ISOÄITI
    with nearly 40 years' experience behind the wheel has been selected as East Anglia's top woman driver.
  • He'd been more clever than the rest, luring her with an ill
    grandmother
    isoäidillä
    rather than with promises of extravagance, but now the truth was out.
  • One
    grandmother
    isoäiti
    was `like a queen, unapproachable.
  • My
    Minun
    Norfolk
    grandmother
    isoäitini
    told me too much education spoilt a girl for a good wife.
  • Other women would gladly put off becoming a
    grandmother
    isoäidiksi
    , because it makes them feel old.
  • She can be a priestess, counsellor, or wise
    grandmother
    isoäiti
    .
  • These sessions were held to explore why the family were unable to let go the mentally infirm
    grandmother
    isoäidistä
    , who had already been abused.
  • His skin had a yellowy tinge and he had the same deepset black eyes as
    his
    hänen
    mother and
    grandmother
    isoäidillään
    .

grandson.n

  • He selected
    Ellis
    Ellisin
    ,
    grandson
    pojanpojan
    of Red Grizzly Bear
    Red Grizzly Bearin
    , a choice which angered Lawyer and Joseph and created more problems than it solved.
  • Emili F. Miró
    Emili F. Miró
    ,
    grandson
    pojanpoika
    of the artist
    taiteilijan
    , recently confirmed that one of the three finest collections of works by Miró is now the possession of the Japanese shipowner and real-estate dealer Katshuda.
  • On Christmas Eve
    my
    minun
    nine-year-old
    grandson
    tyttärenpoikani
    James
    James
    was admitted in the early evening for an emergency appendix operation.
  • On the Sunday of the recent Bank Holiday weekend, I took
    my
    minun
    young
    grandson
    tyttärenpoikani
    to Alresford, in the hope that something would be running!
  • The sun-god came forth, stretched out his hands, and welcomed grandfather and
    grandson
    pojanpojan
    into his golden home.
  • And when the
    grandson
    pojanpoika
    left school, “ I worked in my grandfather's boat just as he had worked in his grandfather's …
  • His
    Hänen
    son and
    grandson
    pojanpoikansa
    were also killed.
  • Yet more babies in fertile Surrey in 1983 -- to Terri Jones a second daughter, Leonie, and to Pauline Kenward, a handsome
    grandson
    pojanpoika
    .
  • He was the son and
    grandson
    pojanpoika
    of Scottish schoolmasters
    skotlantilaisten opettajien
    .
  • Knowledge of life cos he's talking to
    his
    hänen
    grandson
    pojanpojalleen
    .
  • I
    Minulla
    have a little
    grandson
    pojanpoika
    .
  • Meanwhile, Azariah had made good in the West Indies, and
    his
    hänen
    grandson
    pojanpoikansa
    , John Frederick, returned to England and Bettiscombe towards the middle of the eighteenth century and became MP for Bridport.
  • And last night his widow Millie, also 55, said he had just celebrated the birth of first
    grandson
    pojanpoikansa
    Jonathon
    Jonathonin
    .
  • On Saturday she had her first visit from a member of her family
    her
    hänen
    grandson
    pojanpoikansa
    , the Duke of York.

great-granddaughter.n

  • She
    Hän
    was the
    oli
    great-granddaughter
    lapsenlapsenlapsi
    of the early nineteenth-century feminist Anna Wheeler
    1800-luvun alun feministin Anna Wheelerin
    .
  • Joan
    Joan
    ,
    their
    heidän
    great-granddaughter
    lapsenlapsenlapsensa
    , married John Pollexton of Kitley.
  • It was evident that Mrs Funnell could not imagine
    her
    hänen
    great-granddaughter
    lapsenlapsenlapsensa
    drinking brandy and port mixed.
  • When Mrs Funnell later relayed this conversation to
    her
    hänen
    great-granddaughter
    lapsenlapsenlapselleen
    , she had ended, `And I understood his reason perfectly.
  • Suppose you find out you're a Hungarian princess, or a Spanish countess, or -- or
    Rasputin's
    Rasputinin
    secret
    great-granddaughter
    lapsenlapsenlapsi
    -- or a descendant of the Romanovs --

great-grandson.n

  • The Hope heirlooms were sold in 1917, and the statue was purchased by
    Francis Howard
    Francis Howard
    , the
    great-grandson
    lapsenlapsenlapsi
    of Benjamin Franklin
    Benjamin Franklinin
    .
  • `
    Laibon
    Laibon
    ,
    great-grandson
    lapsenlapsenlapsi
    of Mbatian
    Mbatianin
    , you must think again.
  • Through his mother (the daughter of Sir Francis Darwin, q.v.) he
    was a
    oli
    great-grandson
    lapsenlapsenlapsi
    of Charles Darwin
    Charles Darwinin
    [q.v.].
  • Meanwhile another
    Dollfus
    Dollfus
    ,
    great-grandson
    lapsenlapsenlapsi
    of the founder
    perustajan
    , entered another local family firm, Schlumberger et Cie.
  • The grandmother was also `involved in interfering ``with the upbringing of
    her
    hänen
    great-grandson
    lapsenlapsenlapsensa
    : `I darn't speak t'Gordon rough.
  • Fulk's
    Fulkin
    great-grandson
    lapsenlapsenlapsi
    married into the Trusbut family who had a seat at Warter village.
  • Throughout the reigns of
    his
    hänen
    son and
    great-grandson
    lapsenlapsenlapsensa
    he is referred to as Ring Edward `who lies at Gloucester, but it remains a mystery as to whether the body which lies in the splendid tomb there is his or not.

in-law.n

  • John Aubrey [q.v.] states that Petty was related to Oliver Cromwell; in fact the Pettys were connected by marriage with the Ingoldsbys and the Hampdens, who in turn
    were
    olivat
    in-laws
    sukulaisia
    of the Cromwells
    Cromwellien
    .
  • I didn't say anything to
    my
    <empty>
    in-laws
    puolisoni sukulaisille
    or my husband.
  • `It just sums up my recent life that on the day my son announced his engagement and wanted me to meet
    his
    <empty>
    new
    in-laws
    sukulaisensa
    I was in Strasbourg.
  • So
    my
    <empty>
    in-laws
    puolisoni sukulaiset
    were South of England people and I opened my house to them.
  • In fact
    in-laws
    puolison sukulaiset
    , and indeed kin as distant as cousins, seem commonly to be included in these employment networks.
  • The same Act permits marriages between
    in-laws
    puolisoiden sukulaisten
    , subject to the same provisos, and also provided that the former spouses have died.
  • Beattie, Douglas, and Foster
    Beattie, Douglas ja Foster
    were all
    olivat kaikki
    in-laws
    sukulaisia
    .
  • It is also more narrowly focused on the kinship group -- relationships with
    her
    hänen
    parents, brothers, sisters,
    in-laws
    puolisonsa sukulaisten
    and so on are the ones she most values.

kin.n

  • In 1675 Clarke married Mary, daughter of Samuel Jepp and Elizabeth Buckland of Sutton Court, Chew Magna, distant
    kin
    sukulaisen
    of Locke's
    Locken
    .
  • Thus in many African ``marriage institutions, in their traditional form, the husband and his kin made substantial payments in cattle to the male
    kin
    sukulaiselle
    of the bride
    morsiamen
    .
  • African bridewealth marriage ``establishes an enduring relationship between the husband and
    his
    hänen
    kin
    sukunsa
    on the one side and the bride and her kin on the other.
  • Arran convened
    his
    hänen
    kin
    sukulaisensa
    and friends, and all the other nobles who would support him, and asked for their backing against the cardinal.
  • For example, even those who did live near
    their
    heidän
    kin
    sukuaan,
    did not see them especially often.
  • After being entertained to food
    the bride's
    morsiamen
    kin
    suku
    departed.
  • How reliable is support between
    kin
    sukulaisten
    ?
  • Then she squared her shoulders, remembering she
    was
    oli
    Amossy's
    Amossyn
    kin
    sukua
    .
  • Louis reallocated Orléans and Blois to the brothers Odo and William, men who
    were
    olivat
    his own mother's
    hänen oman äitinsä
    kin
    sukulaisia
    and also allies of Bernard, and probably Tours to Vivian, one of the local nobility.

kinsfolk.n

  • His marriage to Aethelburh gave him a connection with cross-Channel diplomacy and
    his children
    hänen lapsensa
    by Aethelburh
    were
    olivat
    kinsfolk
    sukulaisia
    of a Merovingian king in Gaul
    gallialaisen merovingikuninkaan
    .
  • Today Belegar and
    his
    hänen
    kinsfolk
    sukulaisensa
    still live amongst the ruins of Karak Eight Peaks, and hope one day to reconquer the whole AJ0 realm of their ancestors.
  • Swiftly they overran the island, driving
    their
    heidän
    dark
    kinsfolk
    sukulaisensa
    into the sea.
  • And he thought again, ``Maybe
    she
    hänellä
    has rich
    kinsfolk
    sukulaisia,
    who will come presently with gold and marriage-gifts.

kinsman.n

  • Communist terrorists had killed the
    kinsmen
    sukulaiset
    of some of the Semai counterinsurgency troops
    joidenkin Semain vastakapinallisjoukkojen
    .
  • Duregar, a
    kinsman
    sukulainen
    of Belegar
    Belegarin
    from Karaz a Karak, immediately gathered an army and marched southwards along the western J0 flanks of the mountains.
  • The closest
    kinsmen
    sukulaiset
    of Edward I
    Edward I:n
    , for instance, played important `cross-channel ``roles.
  • The King had ridden everywhere that autumn, but he had spent longest with Thor and Dunegal and Leofwine in Cumbria, where he had glea ned the first tidings of Duke William's victory against
    his
    hänen
    rebel
    kinsmen
    sukulaisiaan
    .
  • His
    Hänen
    kinsmen
    sukulaisensa
    in Norway don't seem to have suffered.
  • All such
    kinsmen
    sukulaiset
    are, from a girl's point of view, either ``brothers or ``cross-cousins and she may not marr y a ``brother.
  • Henry III, Louis IX, Richard of Cornwall and Charles of Anjou
    Henri III, Ludvig IX, Richard of Cornwall ja Anjoun Kaarle
    were all
    olivat kaikki
    kinsmen
    sukulaisia
    , French-speaking and French.
  • Conyers evidently formed a bridge between the Middleham affinity and its new lord:
    the first men whom Gloucester retained there
    ensimmäiset miehet, jotka Gloucester piti siellä,
    were virtually all
    kinsmen
    sukulaisia
    of Sir John
    Sir Johnin
    .

kinswoman.n

  • Despite Alcuin's reservations about Eardwulf, the king must have stepped into the shoes of the slain Aethelred as a recipient of Carolingian favours and may even have married a
    kinswoman
    sukulaisnainen
    of Charlemagne
    Charlemagnen
    .
  • Pride gave a lift to Emily's chin as she braced herself to move further into the room and greet
    her
    hänen
    kinswomen
    sukulaisnaisiaan
    .
  • Ealdred's
    Ealdredin
    kinswoman
    sukulaisnainen
    could have been
    Abbess Aethelburh
    Abbess Aethelburh
    , daughter of a local lord, Aelfred, who was given Withington in Gloucestershire in the 770s (CS 217: S 1255).
  • But if
    my
    minun
    fair
    kinswoman
    sukulaisnaiseni
    will but be patient and abide in my house until we have brought all into order, and made proper search for this money … ”
  • ``He carried off
    his subjects
    alamaistensa
    ' wives, daughters and
    kinswomen
    sukulaisnaisia
    by force and made them his concubines; when he had sated his own lust on them he handed them down for his soldiers to enjoy.
  • In other words, it
    was a
    oli
    kinswoman
    sukulaisnainen
    of the Bernician royal family
    Bernicianin kuninkaallisen perheen
    , but one with strong Deiran connections, who interceded on this occasion for Wilfrid.

maternal.a

  • Exposure to lead was calculated from antenatal and delivery
    maternal
    äidinpuoleisista
    blood samples, and samples from the children at birth, six and 15 months, two years, then annually.
  • Fetal growth is actively constrained by
    maternal
    äidin
    size.

mom.n

  • He gave me a toy coffin with an effigy of
    my
    minun
    mom
    äitiäni
    inside it.
  • We had a Morris 8, and my Dad would drive me and
    Mom
    äidin
    into the town centre to do the week-end shopping.
  • I moved back in with my Grandfather, changing schools once again and seeing
    my
    minun
    Mom
    äitiäni
    at week-ends.
  • `All
    mom
    äiti
    and dad talk about is politics, I'm already getting kind of sick of it, ``she said.
  • Mom
    Äiti
    says it thickens their blood like gravy on the heat.
  • It
    's
    <empty>
    Mom
    äiti
    we're talking about -- not a stranger in a sensational newspaper item -- and there are too many unanswered questions about her death -- or her disappearance.
  • `Uh huh, that is what
    my
    minun
    mom
    äitini
    wrote.

mother-in-law.n

  • The justices found that there had been a breach of the peace before the police arrived, because the
    mother-in-law
    anoppia
    of the person who had asked the defendant to leave the swings
    henkilön, joka oli pyytänyt vastaajaa jättämään jutun,
    had been `alarmed ``by the defendant's conduct.
  • Dropping the kids off at
    my
    minun
    mother-in-law
    anopilleni
    's, I trudged the few miles to the hospital taking the short cut through the grounds to the usual ward.
  • They'd visited the old Mrs Scamp and then so had I and all I'd found out was that
    she
    hän
    was
    oli
    Jo's
    Jon
    mother-in-law
    anoppi
    and probably had a picture of Hitler on her bedside table.
  • Mr Albert Towndrow said he had accompanied
    his
    hänen
    mother-in-law
    anoppinsa
    to the hospital on Dec 16.
  • When I was a boy, a great uncle-in-law died of cancer, as did
    my
    minun
    mother-in-law
    anoppini
    in later years.
  • The doctor
    Lääkärillä
    had a
    mother-in-law
    anoppi,
    who guarded his surgery like a fire-breathing dragon.
  • King, 52, served 14 years of a 1963 life sentence for killing
    his
    hänen
    five-month-old boy,
    mother-in-law
    anoppinsa
    and two sisters-in-law.
  • They are watching the young mother's two-year-old son chasing ducks and the
    mother-in-law
    anoppi
    has just remarked that her son, the child's father, was rather backward at this age.
  • He is charged with the murder of all three women,
    his
    hänen
    wife, daughter and
    mother-in-law
    anoppinsa
    sometime between the 14th and 20th of August.
  • What a wonderful
    mother-in-law
    anoppi
    I
    minulla
    have got.

mother.n

  • `As the full-time
    mother
    äitinä
    of pre-school twins
    esikouluikäisten kaksosten
    , I just thought that I had to put up with Sam's barely concealed fling with a neighbour, ``says Tina.
  • `
    Holy Mary
    Pyhä Maria
    Mother
    äiti
    of God
    Jumalan
    ! ``cried the nurse, crossing herself.
  • Chattily: `You've no idea how many different kinds of biscuits
    Mother
    äiti
    left behind in the larder.
  • With a painter father and a musician
    mother
    äitinä
    , it might not have been easy to decide in which artistic direction to steer the young Sylvestra.
  • It was considered a very eccentric pursuit for a female; people used to commiserate with
    my
    minun
    mother
    äitiäni
    for having such an awful daughter with such odd tastes.
  • `By our sins we shall be punished accordin', ``said
    Mother
    äiti
    .
  • Mother
    Äiti
    never stopped telling me she didn't care for the lax morals that had become so fashionable since the outbreak of the war.
  • And even when
    me
    minun
    mother
    äitini
    died, me dad still paid his half.
  • `I hope you're not becoming an alcoholic, ``said
    my
    minun
    mother
    äitini
    with the unfairness of the recently offended.
  • A
    mother
    äiti
    of triplets
    Kolmosten
    , who almost had one of her babies snatched by a bogus health worker, has been talking about her ordeal.
  • A
    mother
    äiti,
    of two young children
    Kahden pienen lapsen
    who faced eviction because her landlord hadn't paid the mortgage, has been given a reprieve.
  • “ As Anthony said to Cleopatra, as he opened a crate of ale, some girls are bigger than others,
    some girls'
    joidenkin tyttöjen
    mothers
    äidit
    are bigger than other girls' mothers … ”
  • Yasmin
    Yasmin
    was
    oli
    mother
    äiti
    to a boy aged four and a two-year-old girl
    neljävuotiaan pojan ja kaksivuotiaan tytön
    .
  • Your
    Sinun
    mother
    äitisi
    was a silly greedy girl -- a gold-digger who wanted to marry above her station, but took fright at the last moment, without caring what hurt she bestowed.

mum.n

  • `I'd like to have all three of you if that
    mum
    äitinne
    of yours
    teidän
    goes and spends the rest of her life repentin'.
  • In less imaginative hands, Liz -- an unmarried and uncommunicative
    mum
    äiti
    of a handicapped baby
    vammaisen vauvan
    -- would surely come a cropper.
  • I want
    my
    minun
    mum
    äitini
    -- where is she?
  • `I want you to sit on the step and watch out fer
    yer
    sinun
    Mum
    äitiäsi
    and come in and tell me when you see her.
  • I
    Minulla
    had a
    mum
    äiti
    as a single parent and two grandparents and they did an excellent job of bringing me up!
  • `But
    Mum
    äiti
    just won't talk to me about it, and that's not fair.
  • A few times I sat down in the kitchen and almost told
    mum
    äidille,
    but changed my mind.
  • In a mess by the bin were papers and the end of a loaf
    his
    hänen
    Mum
    äitinsä
    had chucked away.
  • `The villas were half empty, ``
    her
    hänen
    mum
    äitinsä
    interrupted her.
  • Cheering him on will be
    his
    hänen
    gas board worker dad Sid,
    mum
    äitinsä
    Joyce
    Joyce
    , brother Terence and sisters Tracey and Joanne.
  • The next day she's in my house in the front of
    my
    minun
    Mum
    äitini
    and everyone, she goes, did you phone Billy up?

nephew.n

  • The attendants were Martina Fosbury, chief bridesmaid; Claire Jones, niece of the bridegroom;
    Jason Osborn and Mark Higginbottom
    Jason Osborn ja Mark Higginbottom
    ,
    nephews
    veljenpojat
    of the bride
    morsiamen
    .
  • As
    nephew
    veljenpoikana
    of the late king
    Menehtyneen kuninkaan
    , Edward appeared to have a good claim, indeed perhaps the best claim, to succeed him.
  • Nephew
    veljenpoika
    of John Moores
    John Mooresin
    , founder of the Littlewoods pools empire, he had had little to do with the business when he found suddenly himself in line to the throne.
  • Victims of the intensifying violence included two
    nephews
    veljenpoikaa
    of Mandela
    Mandelan
    killed by gunmen at their home in Soweto on May 3.
  • Kicking him back to his feet,
    his
    hänen
    nephew
    sisarenpoikansa
    Stefan
    Stefan
    galvanises an urge in him to survive and thrive, the progress of which the play charts over the next four decades.
  • One victim,
    Joyce's
    Joycen
    21-year-old
    nephew
    sisarenpoikaa
    Jimmy
    Jimmyä
    , was savagely tortured before he died.
  • Now it appeared that Mario and
    his
    hänen
    halfwit
    nephew
    veljenpoikansa
    were making fun of him.
  • It wasn't the best news to come home to -- finding
    my
    minun
    renegade
    nephew
    veljenpoikani
    had not only broken and entered my apartment but was bent on destroying an important career opportunity by eloping with some feather-brained teenager!
  • `Please, Guider, could we have a Pack Venture to help Miss Miggs go and stay with
    her
    hänen
    nephew
    veljenpoikansa
    at Christmas?
  • Q Can you suggest one or two attractive winter flowering plants to give as a birthday present to a
    nephew
    veljenpojalle
    for his first garden?
  • Lucianus
    Lucianus
    ,
    nephew
    veljenpoika
    to the king
    kuninkaan
    !
  • SOLDIER: The
    nephew
    veljenpoika
    to old Norway
    vanhan norjalaisen
    , Fortinbras.
  • `
    My wife
    Vaimollani
    has a
    on
    nephew
    sisarenpoika
    in the choir.
  • Oh, Lord, it seems only yesterday when I and my master,
    Benjamin Daunbey
    Benjamin Daunbey
    ,
    nephew
    veljenpoika
    to the great Cardinal Wolsey
    arvostetun kardinaali Wolseyn
    , were sent to the Chateau de Maubisson outside Paris to resolve certain mysteries.
  • He joins brother Bobby, the boss, and
    nephew
    veljenpoika
    Jonathan
    Jonathan
    , reserve keeper.
  • `And
    you
    sinulla
    have a good
    nephew
    veljenpoika
    , Yussuf.
  • `Brothers have been brothers ``bane -- and may the
    nephew
    veljenpoika
    be sure of the uncle?
  • It
    was the
    oli
    Fourniers'
    Fournierin
    nephew
    veljenpoika
    .
  • Where's this
    nephew
    veljenpoika
    you mentioned?

niece.n

  • Katherine
    Katherine
    , a
    niece
    veljentytär
    of the Irish patriot Kevin Barry who was shot by the English in 1916
    irlantilaisen patriootin Kevin Barryn, jonka englantilaiset ampuivat vuonna 1916,
    , married Patrick six months before his death in Dublin from lung cancer.
  • Married to
    Princess Olga Romanoff
    prinsessa Olga Romanoffin kanssa, joka oli
    , a great
    niece
    veljentytär
    of the last Czar
    viimeisen tsaarin
    , he claims to have survived three attempts on his life.
  • Ah yes, the hysterical
    Penelope
    Penelope
    ,
    niece
    veljentytär
    of the late William Coombes
    edesmenneen William Coombesin
    .
  • Mrs Pipchin's
    Rouva Pipchinin
    niece
    sisarentytär
    , Berinthia (Berry), a middle-aged spinster whose exploitation as a drudge by her aunt does nothing to diminish her dog-like devotion to Mrs Pipchin.
  • I wouldn't put just anybody in it, but
    my mother
    äitini
    ,
    Aunt Emily's
    Emily-tädin
    niece
    sisarentytär
    , her only surviving direct relation except for me --
  • The knight ignored
    his
    hänen
    niece
    sisarentyttärensä
    's furious look.
  • There is Ethel and her cello, at which she saws away to the halting accompaniment of
    Lou
    Loun
    , the schoolgirl
    niece
    veljentyttären
    .
  • Oh I'm certain the sentry didn't mean to prick
    your
    sinun
    niece
    veljentytärtäsi
    in the — quite so — with his sword …
  • Professor Chew attended the graduation of
    his
    hänen
    niece
    veljentyttärensä
    at Stirling some years ago when she obtained a degree in Management Science -- and from all accounts they are both Stirling enthusiasts.
  • `Well,
    niece
    sisarentytär
    , ``he said coldly, `I would recognize you even if your stepfather's man had not been here looking for you.
  • His
    Hänen
    wife and
    niece
    sisarentyttärensä
    applauded with dutiful enthusiasm.
  • So, after all, the
    niece
    veljentyttären
    had to change the needle, to finish machining her curtains.
  • She had gone to give pregnant
    niece
    veljentyttärelle
    Dawn Morgan
    Dawn Morganille
    a lift to hospital -- and Dawn had just gone into labour.
  • `
    I
    Minulla
    have this
    niece
    veljentytär
    , ``she said, `who should have a job.
  • He was prosecuted again, by one Xanthippos, of whom more will be heard, and who had married a
    niece
    veljentyttären
    of Kleisthenes
    Kleistheneen
    .
  • In the event of my death in the near future, he has security of tenure, and
    my
    minun
    niece
    veljentyttäreni
    , Sara, will have the advantage of his wise counsel.

parent.n

  • THE
    PARENTS
    vanhemmat
    of a bride and groom
    MORSIAMEN JA SULHASEN
    glared at each other across a courtroom yesterday -- in an amazing dust-up over the bill for their wedding reception.
  • Do I take it now to mean that that means
    parents
    vanhempia,
    who have not been baptised?
  • Next Sunday I visited Wemmick and
    his
    hänen
    aged
    parent
    vanhempansa
    at the Castle.
  • Lastly, I would like to thank
    my
    minun
    parents
    vanhempiani
    for making me the Judaeo-Christian hybrid that I am; and my husband Timothy Boon for his support and (not always welcome) criticism.
  • Parents
    vanhemmille
    of nearly 50,000 schoolchildren
    Lähes 50 000 koululaisen
    have been sent letters warning of cutbacks by the county council, which fears bigger classes and less choice for sixth formers.
  • It portrays a mixed comprehensive, with
    pupils who
    oppilaista, joiden
    have divorced
    parents
    vanhemmat
    and step parents.
  • `Natural
    parents
    vanhemmilla
    also have children at this stage who don't fit in.
  • After reading about the case,
    her
    hänen
    natural
    parents
    vanhempansa
    phoned her mum and dad in Manchester.
  • It's only natural that you should want to know about
    my
    minun
    parents
    vanhemmistani
    .
  • I gave
    Owen's
    Owenin
    parents
    vanhemmille
    the address of the Hyperactive Children's Support Group (HACSG) and suggested they write off for the HACSG diet sheet (based on the Feingold diet).
  • I felt
    my
    minun
    parents
    vanhempieni
    ' anxieties about both their own and their children's lives so keenly that they became my own, quite against my will, and I had to fight to reject them.
  • In addition to their official funding, a number of schools receive cash payments and other gifts from
    parents
    vanhemmilta
    of their pupils
    oppilaidensa
    .

parental.a

  • Her
    Hänen
    loving
    parental
    vanhempiensa
    home, she knows, is only a temporary shelter.
  • The only factor affecting the no surgery group was
    parental
    vanhempien
    smoking.

paternal.a

  • At the home of his
    paternal
    isänpuoleisen
    uncle he was very much at home.

relative.n

  • In March parents and
    relatives
    sukulaiset
    of Italy's 17,000 missionaries
    Italian 17 000 lähetyssaarnaajan
    made a pilgrimage to Rome.
  • INNOCENT RELATIVES Newspapers should avoid identifying
    relatives
    sukulaisia
    of persons convicted or accused of crime
    rikoksesta tuomittujen tai syytettyjen henkilöiden
    unless the reference to them is directly relevant to the matter reported.
  • But a
    relative
    sukulainen
    of Joanna
    Joannan
    insisted that neither the lure of the lire nor Five Bellies' close friendship with Gazza had caused the break-up.
  • Police are appealing for
    relatives
    sukulaisia
    of an 84-year-old man
    84-vuotiaan miehen
    to come forward after he collapsed an died in Middlesbrough town centre yesterday.
  • Police forced the
    relatives
    sukulaiset
    to the ground before hustling them out of Liverpool Crown Court.
  • The fire was warm as I sat down to contemplate whether to stay overnight with
    my
    minun
    relatives
    sukulaisteni
    just outside Fort William, or start walking to Achnacarry some ten miles or so away.
  • Sylvia Pedder sometimes has to go as far as Cumbria to see
    her
    hänen
    relatives
    sukulaisiaan
    .
  • There is often no provision made, or considered adequate for elderly
    relatives
    sukulaisille
    without causing gross inconvenience to all parties.
  • I began this discussion of economic support between
    relatives
    sukulaisten
    by asking how significant it is in contemporary Britain.
  • I
    Minulla
    have a
    relative
    sukulainen
    here.

sibling.n

  • Twins are far more likely to share the disease than
    siblings
    sisarukset
    of different ages.
  • McKee (1987) reports that
    siblings
    sisarukset
    of unemployed men
    työttömien miesten
    were the second most important category (after parents) to give assistance.
  • The Severum had previously outgrown
    his
    hänen
    siblings
    sisaruksensa
    very rapidly and had shown no hint of aggression except for eating three Halfbeaks which were temporarily transferred to his tank.
  • My
    Minun
    siblings
    sisarukseni
    are all professional people, it was natural.
  • `I'm going down Mouncy Street, ``he said to
    his
    hänen
    sibling
    sisarukselleen
    .
  • There is also the proximity of the proposed foster parents and
    her own
    hänen omien
    siblings
    sisarustensa
    .
  • He and one brother, with pale skins, counted as whites, John said, but
    their
    heidän
    siblings
    sisaruksilleen
    with darker skins were issued with passes as blacks.
  • Another hypothesis is that in the competition between high parity infants and
    their
    heidän
    siblings
    sisarustensa
    for maternal care, food and other resources, the toll is heavier upon the younger than the older children.
  • Ari wondered whether she was betraying him in some way by leaving him alone with the dreaded
    sibling
    sisaruksen
    of Cabochon Crevecoeur
    Cabochon Crevecoeurin
    .
  • In the 19 patients who
    were
    olivat
    siblings
    sisaruksia
    of victims of sudden infant death syndrome
    ja joutuivat äkillisen lapsikuolemasyndrooman uhriksi
    , a diagnosis of suffocation was made in five, all of whom had recurrent events.
  • Therefore, my self interest in having
    siblings
    sisaruksia
    and my mother's self interest in having children are the same.

sister-in-law.n

  • There were also two of Antonietta's brothers, a brother and
    sister-in-law
    käly
    of Gennaro's
    Gennaron
    and one of Gennaro's uncles.
  • This was the period of her last obsessive attachment, to
    Vý Oumanýf
    Vý Oumanýfille
    ,
    sister-in-law
    kälylle
    of the philosopher Jacques Maritain
    filosofi Jacques Maritainin
    .
  • It was true that
    Penelope
    Penelope
    was
    oli
    a vicar's
    pastorin
    sister-in-law
    käly
    , but that was a poorer, meaner thing altogether.
  • I tried to get the book for
    my
    minun
    sister-in-law
    kälylleni
    for her birthday but most places were sold out.
  • For tonight at least, she was
    Anne Mowbray
    Anne Mowbray
    ,
    sister-in-law
    käly
    to the handsome prince who was soon to be crowned
    komean, piankruunattavan prinssin
    .
  • He
    Hänellä
    had aunts in Bombay and brothers in Edinburgh, cousins in North Africa and
    sisters-in-law
    kälyjä
    in Australia.
  • His
    Hänen
    aunt and
    sister-in-law
    kälynsä
    always lived in Cambridge.
  • `And now that's got to be it,
    sister-in-law
    käly
    Harriet
    Harriet
    , ``he announced, leaning forward from his wall, hand raised, like a band-leader.
  • Roxie Farmer and Shirley Place
    Roxie Farmer ja Shirley Place
    , unlikely
    sisters-in-law
    kälyt
    , were under one roof for the time being.

sister.n

  • `Oh, you're always worrying about that
    sister
    sisarestasi
    of yours
    sinun
    .
  • Helen Harding
    Helen Harding
    , the
    sister
    sisar
    of Liz's mother
    Lizin äidin
    , and her husband James Harding, the senior partner in a large firm of lawyers in Plymouth, had provided a loving home for their young niece.
  • My
    Minun
    younger
    sister
    sisareni
    , Philippa, was born when I was nearly five and was able to understand what was happening.
  • Gets me to do all her tricky mending,
    my
    minun
    sister
    sisareni
    Malkele
    Malkele
    , always has done.
  • Looking up, he gave
    his
    hänen
    sister
    sisarelleen
    a faint smile.
  • `And my brother Oz and
    my
    minun
    baby
    sister
    sisareni
    Louise
    Louise
    .
  • The early death of a sibling is an event which Dally cites as being common in the histories of anorexics, and a year or so later
    my
    minun
    baby
    sister
    sisareni
    died of bronchial pneumonia.
  • According to the Bronte
    sisters
    sisarten
    ,
    Aylott and Jones
    Aylottin ja Jonesin
    , the publishers of their Poems (1846), sold only two copies.
  • So, the end of yet another era, as the Lycra
    Sisters
    sisaret
    ,
    Coady and Michel
    Coady ja Michel
    , take all the posh bits of Random House in their firm if elegant grip.
  • His
    Hänen
    spinster
    sister
    sisarensa
    , Alice, lived with him and was his principal legatee.
  • She went to stay with
    her
    hänen
    sister
    sisarensa
    in London, and I went sailing for a week with a colleague from work.
  • Breeze and Gay were turning their steps towards Sunset Cottage when a terrific hoot made them look round; and there was the Blessington-Dalrymples' car, with Basil at the wheel and
    his
    hänen
    parents and
    sister
    sisarensa
    behind.
  • This ceased in 1986, when I left the Midlands to return to the family home to help
    my
    minun
    sister
    sisartani
    in caring for our father, who died in 1988 at the age of 99.
  • In 1893 he married
    Constance
    Constancen
    , daughter of Charles Altamont Doyle, clerk in the Board of Works and artist, and
    sister
    sisaren
    of (Sir) Arthur Conan Doyle
    (Sir) Arthur Conan Doylen
    [q.v.].
  • Not a mother yet, but a
    sister
    sisar
    .
  • In our `readers' experiences ``this month we hear from
    Julie Harvey whose
    Julie Harveytä, jonka
    sister
    sisar
    died as a result of a riding accident.
  • She no longer looked forward to each day, so much had she come to dread
    her
    hänen
    sister
    sisarensa
    's peremptory orders, the changes of routine, the explanatory telephone calls.
  • Yes, I have my husband back there and
    I
    minulla
    have a
    sister
    sisko
    and a brother.

son-in-law.n

  • Similarly, the Shias have disputed the leadership of Islam with the Sunnis since the eighth-century murder of
    Ali
    Alin
    , the
    son-in-law
    vävyn
    of the Prophet
    profeetan
    .
  • I met the middle-aged
    son-in-law
    vävypojan
    of the man who, a generation ago, had carved the block
    miehen, joka oli kaivertanut lohkareen sukupolvi sitten,
    .
  • Ulphus
    Ulphus
    ,
    son-in-law
    vävypoika
    of King Canute
    kuningas Canuten
    , dedicated his lands, including Newbald, to God and St Peter.
  • Frank Robinson, who lives at Roundhill Farm, told how Mr Dobson used
    his
    hänen
    son-in-law
    vävypoikansa
    Keith Tinkler
    Keith Tinklerin
    's equipment usually when he returned home from abroad.
  • Harriet Tremayne, waiting to greet
    her
    hänen
    daughter and new
    son-in-law
    vävypoikaansa
    on Penzance station was, understandably, nervous.
  • Lord Kirtlington eyed
    his
    hänen
    prospective
    son-in-law
    vävypoikaansa
    with interest.
  • Mrs Frizzell had no need to remind her that
    her
    hänen
    neat, conforming
    sons-in-law
    vävypoikansa
    were far more popular in their home town of Tollemarche than Mrs Stych's own son, Hank.
  • The social worker did not get very far, but having decided to leave, met the
    son-in-law
    vävypojan
    returning, outside the flat.
  • At the briefing he agreed to see Alfred, while Kersey would talk to the
    son-in-law
    vävylle
    , Barry Morse.
  • Hussein Kamil
    Hussein Kamil
    ,
    his
    hänen
    cousin and
    son-in-law
    vävynsä
    , as Defence Minister with the rank of general.
  • The problem is I've found myself more and more attracted to
    my
    minun
    son-in-law
    vävypoikaani
    and I know he feels the same way.

son.n

  • The new subsidiary, GPTelecom, is headed by
    Rupert Soames
    Rupert Soames
    ,
    son
    poika
    of the former British Ambassador to France and EC vice-president
    entisen Britannian Ranskan suurlähettilään ja EY:n varapresidentin
    .
  • Now what,
    son
    poikani
    of mine
    minun
    ?
  • IT 'S a shot Gary Lineker wouldn't miss for the world --
    his
    hänen
    baby
    son
    poikansa
    George
    George
    on the road to recovery.
  • She had been served four years of a life sentence for the murder of
    her
    hänen
    baby
    son
    poikansa
    .
  • Their
    Heidän
    baby
    son
    poikansa
    , Liam, was born four months after the love-struck pair shocked friends and family by running away from their close-knit parish.
  • For instance, she sent two serpents to kill the baby HERCULES, who
    was
    oli
    Zeus'
    Zeuksen
    son
    poika,
    by the mortal Alcmene, but he succeeded in strangling them.
  • A woman like Sweetheart could have any man she chose, so long as she was willing to leave
    her
    hänen
    son
    poikansa
    behind.
  • For Hamed, the eldest
    son
    pojalle
    of Um Hamed
    Um Hamedin
    , who found himself on the shelf quite unexpectedly and yet was ready to marry.
  • He was not a tall man and was soon almost dwarfed by
    his
    hänen
    five lively, wryly humorous
    sons
    poikaansa
    , who avoided him as far as possible and could not leave home soon enough.
  • So you write this on a piece of paper and give it to
    your
    sinun
    daughter or
    son
    pojallesi
    .
  • Mr Jones
    Herra Jones
    ,
    whose
    jonka
    son
    poika
    Ryan Millen
    Ryan Millen
    , six, lives with his mother in South Liverpool and has an older brother Jeffery in Broadgreen, was in intensive care for three months, unable to speak.
  • She
    Hän
    bore him a third
    son
    pojan
    , but a difficult carriage and birth presaged troubles which eventually cost her her life in her forties.
  • After Charlotte's death in 1783, the great love of Hickey's life was Jemdanee,
    one of his Indian mistresses
    yksi hänen intialaisista rakastajattaristaan
    ,
    who
    joka
    bore him a short-lived
    son
    pojan
    .
  • Adam and Eve
    Aatamilla ja Eevalla
    , after their expulsion from the garden have two
    sons
    poikaa
    : Cain, the farmer, and Abel, the shepherd.
  • They
    Heillä
    had three
    sons
    poikaa
    and one daughter.
  • Because
    I
    minulla
    have three
    sons
    poikaa
    , and I am buying them one each.

stepbrother.n

  • My stepfather died at the end of November 1991 and under his will my mother was left the life interest in the income arising from the sum of £60,000 with the remainder to
    my
    minun
    stepbrother
    velipuolelleni
    .
  • Gloucester and Buckingham then rode to Stony Stratford to take possession of Edward V. His escort was dismissed and some of his closest associates arrested, among them
    his
    hänen
    stepbrother
    velipuolensa
    Richard Grey
    Richard Grey
    and his chamberlain Sir Thomas Vaughan.
  • This man
    was
    oli
    her
    hänen
    stepbrother
    velipuolensa
    ?
  • Your son resents
    his
    hänen
    stepbrother
    velipuolelleen
    for taking up your time, and is worried that you don't love him any more.
  • I
    Minulla
    have five and a half
    stepbrothers
    velipuolta
    and sisters.
  • At the end of the day Shiona had innocently believed that
    her
    hänen
    second new
    stepbrother
    velipuolensa
    was her friend.

stepdaughter.n

  • At that period, despite a postbag of film offers, Dustin tried to put his pregnant wife and
    his
    hänen
    stepdaughter
    tytärpuolensa
    before everything else.
  • And the family fun shines through again when
    Paul's
    Paulin
    stepdaughter
    tytärpuoli
    Heather
    Heather
    tries to climb on the car roof.
  • The drama began at breakfast time at a house at Churchdown near Gloucester, when an armed man allegedly abducted Mr Richard Loren and
    his
    hänen
    17-year-old
    stepdaughter
    tytärpuolensa
    Marita Brown
    Marita Brownin
    .
  • Diana was about to resume her conversation when once again her hostess cut in, addressing
    her
    hänen
    stepdaughter
    tytärpuoltaan
    with a glittery smile.
  • The
    stepdaughter
    Tytärpuoli
    , now 21, bore him a child at 16 as a result of being raped.
  • I
    Minulla
    HAVE a daughter and
    stepdaughter
    tytärpuoli,
    who both have children.
  • Of his mother there can be no doubt;
    Queen Hortense
    kuningatar Hortense
    ,
    stepdaughter
    tytärpuoli
    of Napoleon I
    Napoleon I:n
    by his marriage to Josephine and sister-in-law by her marriage to his brother Louis, wrote in her diary:
  • She was filled with compassion for
    her
    hänen
    stepdaughter
    tytärpuoltaan
    .

stepfather.n

  • But the
    stepfather
    isäpuoli
    of the Idaho beauty
    Idahon kaunottaren
    objects to his daughter's running off with a commentator.
  • Supposing someone had tried to kill
    his
    hänen
    stepfather
    isäpuolensa
    deliberately?
  • `
    My
    Minun
    stepfather
    isäpuoleni
    put it there two years ago.
  • Luke says of
    his
    hänen
    building worker
    stepfather
    isäpuolestaan
    Steve Bennett
    Steve Bennettistä
    : `He is the greatest man I know.
  • Then he went upstairs to Marita's bedroom and ordered her and
    her
    hänen
    stepfather
    isäpuolensa
    into a car.
  • I'm here because
    I
    minulla
    got a bum
    stepfather
    isäpuoli
    .
  • Me
    Minun
    stepfather
    isäpuoleni
    keeps the pawnshop in Middle Alley off Cowcross Street if yer need me.
  • He lives at home with
    his
    hänen
    mother and
    stepfather
    isäpuolensa
    and younger sister.
  • It was
    Ken
    Ken
    --
    his
    hänen
    stepfather
    isäpuolensa
    .
  • Inside, she was like
    his
    hänen
    stepfather
    isäpuolensa
    's room … dark and secret, allowing David into only a small part of it.
  • I am staying with
    my
    minun
    stepfather
    isäpuoleni
    in London.

stepmother.n

  • `And I hope that
    stepmother
    äitipuolesi
    of yours
    sinun
    appreciates it, too.
  • Countess Raine Spencer, the
    stepmother
    äitipuoli
    of the Princess of Wales
    Walesin prinsessan
    and daughter of the author Barbara Cartland, has been married to the French Count, Jean Francois de Chambrun at a register office.
  • She continued to shake
    her
    hänen
    stepmother
    äitipuolensa
    , screaming in her rage.
  • And by all accounts no one but
    Fergie's
    Fergien
    stepmother
    äitipuoli
    even bothers curtseying to the disgraced Duchess of York since she was photographed topless and having her toes sucked by her money man.
  • And before
    her
    hänen
    stepmother
    äitipuolensa
    poisoned her.
  • I had just taken another look at Debonair -- at Vron,
    my
    minun
    future
    stepmother
    äitipuoltani
    .
  • He could hear the loud yet muffled interchanges between his father, John Carter, and
    his
    hänen
    stepmother
    äitipuolensa
    of only a few months, Rhoda.
  • I remember the
    stepmother
    äitipuolen
    , yes -- didn't like when I saw her comin' t'the door.
  • Carrie comes to meet me off the bus and she looks awful now with her great huge bump and I'm scared people will think she's a proper relative instead of just a stupid
    stepmother
    äitipuolen
    .
  • She
    is
    on
    your
    sinun
    stepmother
    äitipuolesi
    .
  • `
    I
    Minulla
    have a halfbrother, and a
    stepmother
    äitipuoli
    .
  • This was the day Sarah had made up her mind to speak to
    her
    hänen
    stepmother
    äitipuolelleen
    about her own problems.
  • `However,
    I
    minulla
    have a
    stepmother
    äitipuoli
    .

stepsister.n

  • It wasn't her fault, Robbie thought crossly, that she had assumed `Fen ``
    was
    oli
    Caro's
    Caron
    stepsister
    sisarpuoli
    Fenella
    Fenella
    .
  • `A friend of
    my
    minun
    stepsister
    sisarpuoleni
    's, actually.
  • Caro never told me, ``she went on, `that
    her
    hänen
    stepsister
    sisarpuolensa
    was successful too.
  • -- `She can't cope with the idea of a new
    stepsister
    sisarpuolesta
    , she's talked about it to me.
  • If he thought she was going
    to be a nice little
    kiltti pieni
    stepsister
    sisarpuoli,
    he could think again!

stepson.n

  • BENJAMIN Bream
    BENJAMIN Bream
    ,
    stepson
    poikapuoli
    of the guitarist Julian Bream
    kitaristi Julian Breamin
    , was yesterday found guilty of stabbing a friend to death during an argument at a party.
  • There was a handle at the side of the organ and sometimes
    Mr Bobby Hughes
    Herra Bobby Hughes
    ,
    stepson
    poikapuoli
    of Mr Alfred Shortt
    herra Alfred Shorttin
    , acted as organ-blower.
  • Would they become the
    Tulisiko heistä
    stepsons
    poikapuolia
    of Henrietta
    Henriettan
    ?
  • The younger Walter was the brother of Robert, second Earl of Essex [q.v.], and
    stepson
    poikapuoli
    of the Countess of Huntingdon's brother
    Huntingdonin kreivittären veljen
    , Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester [q.v.].
  • My husband sometimes scolds
    my
    minun
    stepson
    poikapuoltani
    but more often blames my son.
  • (Far right)
    Tiberius Caesar
    Tiberius Caesar
    ,
    Augustus'
    Augustuksen
    stepson
    poikapuoli
    , at the time of his adoption as successor after Gaius' death in AD 4.
  • The census of June 1841 finds Elizabeth living in Uncle Sam's house in Bermuda Street, together with
    her
    hänen
    stepson
    poikapuolensa
    Robert Edward
    Robert Edwardin
    , and her own daughter Selina.
  • He
    Hänellä
    has a stunning new wife, a daughter in her early teens and two
    stepsons
    poikapuolta
    and that, says actor Nigel Havers, is all the family he wants.
  • Accompanied by
    his
    hänen
    wife and
    stepson
    poikapuolensa
    , he headed south, leaving his mark as a burglar.
  • We did not appreciate at the time what a wrench leaving the Weir House must have been for him, nor the difficulty he had in adjusting himself to four assertive
    stepsons
    poikapuolta
    he hardly knew.
  • My married life is being disrupted by
    my
    minun
    10-year-old
    stepson
    poikapuoleni
    .
  • Your own son needs to be encouraged to behave in a mature way, while
    your
    sinun
    stepson
    poikapuolellesi
    has to be reassured that he belongs in the new family.

uncle.n

  • `An
    uncle
    sedälläni
    of mine
    minun
    has connections with the Provos, ``said Omally.
  • Now that
    their
    heidän
    good
    uncle
    setänsä
    of Pembroke and natural guardian was gone there would be more than one pair of noble and greedy eyes turned on their fat marcher holdings.
  • THE Earl of Pembroke's
    Pembroken jaarlin
    uncle
    setä
    , David Herbert, has sauntered into print with a volume of avuncular advice to his great-niece, Jemima -- pictured with Pembroke and the author (left).
  • His father,
    my
    minun
    uncle
    setäni
    John
    John
    , had made his money by selling birds' eggs.
  • `The Turks took
    my
    <empty>
    aunt and
    uncle
    setäni
    from our house in the village of Gessaria, ``he said.
  • Thenceforth Edward rode with
    his
    hänen
    uncle
    setänsä
    beside him.
  • Then
    my
    minun
    third
    uncle
    setäni
    got married.
  • My mother was left an orphan as a small girl, and adopted by an
    uncle
    setä,
    who worked in the library of Eton College.
  • `How well you make him obey you,
    uncle
    setä
    ! ``said Mrs Joe.
  • Had he murdered
    his
    hänen
    uncle
    setänsä
    in the meantime?
  • I
    Minun
    had an
    uncle
    setäni
    and aunt killed.
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