1. Cousinships synonyms, Cousinships pronunciation, Cousinships translation, English dictionary definition of Cousinships
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3. What does Cousinships mean? Plural form of cousinship
4. The term “removed” in Cousinships is still largely misunderstood
5. This is a good diagram that further explains Cousinships.
6. Proven facts are the continuing over marriage of the two families, their double, triple Cousinships
7. All these Cousinships have their roots based in past battles and wars
8. These Cousinships allowed the tribes a way of making peace and forming tribal bonds between one another.
9. Clearly, this does not affect direct Cousinships on the same levels of the family tree
10. I’d rather see the chart soon with the Cousinships shown below, than wait a long time for the perfect chart.
11. The term “removed” in Cousinships is still largely misunderstood
12. This is a good diagram that further explains Cousinships.
13. But I am just as confident that with a TG of 20, or 50, or 100 Matches, there is a distribution curve of Cousinships
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14. Cousinship ( countable and uncountable, plural Cousinships ) The state of being cousins, or the relationship that exists among cousins
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15. They’ve discovered some truly entertaining Cousinships, including: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and singer/actress Madonna – 10 th cousins ; Secretary of State Clinton and actress Angelina Jolie – 9 th cousins, twice removed
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16. There are biological and mathematical reasons that imply it should work for fairly close Cousinships, but less accurately and effectively the more distant the relationships become
17. How are Cousinships calculated? We compare the ancestors of each spouse over 7 generations and display the first common ancestor
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18. Although a few hundred single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) suffice to infer close familial relationships, high density genome-wide SNP data make possible the inference of more distant relationships such as 2(nd) to 9(th) Cousinships
19. Fifth and more distant Cousinships are not included (though there are still some in the database which predate this rule)
20. Cousinships with Matches in a TG
21. They all suffer from the same weakness; they do not differentiate between the different types of removed Cousinships, i.e
22. Showed that 2nd to 9th Cousinships were detectable using identity-by-descent (IBD) measurements of a 550 K SNP intersect from the 650 K SNP data of the HGDP-CEPH panel and the 580 K SNPs genotyped by 23andMe at that time
23. The FTM program CANNOT calculate ALL these Cousinships, I think there are too many collapses within the whole tree to possibly give an accurate count (I realized this when she’d show as 7th cousin to my adoptive Dad but it didn’t calculate me as 7th cousin 1x removed through the same branch); but nothing like many hours and manual
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24. Synonyms for Cousinships in Free Thesaurus
25. What are synonyms for Cousinships?
26. Figure 61 Coding for Removed Cousinships
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28. 1792--1867, French philosopher and educational reformer Explanation of Cousinships
29. Because of DNA’s random nature, pinpointing the exact relationship for more distant Cousinships can be difficult
30. Although a few hundred single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) suffice to infer close familial relationships, high density genome-wide SNP data make possible the inference of more distant relationships such as 2nd to 9th Cousinships
31. He knew all the ramifications of New York's Cousinships; and could not only elucidate such complicated questions as that of the connection between the Mingotts (through the Thorleys) with the Dallases of South Carolina, and that of the relationship of the elder branch of Philadelphia Thorleys to the Albany Chiverses (on no account to be
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cousin (noun) · cousins (plural noun) · first cousin (noun) · first cousins (plural noun)
noun Also called first cousin, full cousin. the son or daughter of an uncle or aunt.See also second cousin, removed(def 2). one related by descent in a diverging line from a known common ancestor, as from one's grandparent or from one's father's or mother's sister or brother. a kinsman or kinswoman; relative.
A first cousin once removed (or loosely second cousin) is the child of one's first cousin see country cousin; first cousin; kissing cousins; second cousin. The American Heritage® Idioms Dictionary Copyright © 2002, 2001, 1995 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
Word Origin and History for cousin. Phrase kissing cousin is Southern U.S. expression, 1940s, apparently denoting "those close enough to be kissed in salutation;" Kentish cousin (1796) is an old British term for "distant relative.".
In addition to being an economist and teacher, Sally Sadoff also happens to be my cousin. Mating with a cousin or brother is safer than risking life and limb to mate with an outsider. Mongooses, Meerkats, and Ants, Oh My!