family tree

  1. successive generations of kin
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How To Use family tree In A Sentence

  • It will also provide family trees on its website so that listeners are not left behind by the confusing maze of Russian characters. Times, Sunday Times
  • A family tree book is a literal expression of this attitude: With a definite record in the book, people can see that they are closely related to a group.
  • According to the linguistic family tree theory, which is commonly used in Altaistic, all modern Altaic languages have developed after their division from the Altaic ancestor language.
  • How far back can you trace your family tree?
  • These scientists are calculating the antiquity of the various genes we share, not attempting to reconstruct the complete family tree of the people who carry them.
  • This collaboration is the first to bring together evidence from all regions of the skeleton, and offers a well-supported perspective on the structure of the earliest part of the primate family tree," Bloch said. Archive 2007-01-01
  • For some mutiple lines of evidence, I’ll pass you a very short way up the family tree. Pielke's Challenge « Climate Audit
  • Family tree This is a gold photo family tree that belonged to our grandmother. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the other hand, we've learned how to reconstruct unattested proto-languages from their attested descendants and how to work out the family tree of related languages.
  • She frowned and tried to bring to mind the family tree that had hung on the wall in her father's study, the generations of spidery black lines.
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