How To Use Nephew In A Sentence

  • Some people believe that Richard III did not murder his nephews and was not the villain he is generally thought to have been.
  • We usually open family presents with my BIL, SIL and nephew on Christmas morning.
  • I have a wife, a son, a sister, a sister-in-law, three brothers-in-law, a mother, a father-in-law, a nephew, and a niece.
  • i was in floods of tears at the end of "Bridge to Terabithia" when i went to go see it with me ten year old nephew. he promptly spent the rest of the day laughing at me for it and calling me a woose but in my defence it was really sad. lol. wrenchturner (5 posts) on April 16, 2009 - 9: 46pm. AfterEllen.com - Because visibility matters
  • While Charu bathed Pranav, my nephew, I went to make a quick biryani that I served with plain curd and papad. Cauliflower Biryani
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  • Hai!” switching the camel, and fruitlessly endeavouring to fustigate Mas’ud’s nephew, who resolutely slept upon the water-bags. Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah
  • He is survived by his father Jimmy, brothers Paddy, Liam and John, sisters Eileen and Mary, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.
  • With all the godsons and honorary nieces and nephews I have, it should be enough.
  • Their conjugal affection still is ty'd,And still the mournful race is multiply'd:They bill, they tread; Alcyone compress'd,Sev'n days sits brooding on her floating nest:A wintry queen: her sire at length is kind,Calms ev'ry storm, and hushes ev'ry wind;Prepares his empire for his daughter's ease,And for his hatching nephews smooths the seas. Mystery bird: Black-capped kingfisher, Halcyon pileata
  • They're fine halesome food – they're grand food, parritch," he pronounces to his nephew David. In praise of … porridge | Editorial
  • Mrs Withington's nephews and nieces, who have children aged from 12 to 20, are raring to go too.
  • M. le Comte's guests followed closely on the triumphant bridegroom's heels: M. le préfet, fussy and nervous, secretly delighted at the idea of affixing his official signature to such an aristocratic _contrat de mariage_ as was this between M.le. de Cambray de Brestalou and M. Victor de M.rmont, own nephew to M.rshal the duc de Raguse; M.dame la préfète, resplendent in the latest fashion from Paris, the Duc and Duchesse d'Embrun, cousins of the bride, the Vicomte de Génevois and his mother, who was Abbess of Pont Haut and godmother by proxy to Crystal de The Bronze Eagle A Story of the Hundred Days
  • Verdant Valley is a very peaceful place, and I have a great-nephew here, Charles Chang Green, who will be company for you. THREE IN ONE
  • His nephew, a known drug dealer, was killed as a result of the feud between the families.
  • He hit the headlines two years ago when he was arrested for selling drugs to the Prime Minister's nephew.
  • That was no surprise as she was a member of a family steeped in sport and she was always proud of the success of her nephews and nieces.
  • His mistake was to anger his nephew, who proclaimed a republic in a bloodless coup in 1973 while he was on an island off Naples, taking mud baths for his lumbago.
  • Mr. Fernández, the great-nephew of one of the company's founders, is also a soccer enthusiast and father of five. Corona Brewer Drinks to Family Business
  • He died without issue, and the collection is now owned by his great-nephew.
  • She is survived by her husband, sons, mother, brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces and other relations.
  • The old lady started on her great-nephew's problem with acne.
  • Both gifted swordsmen, and both left-handed, uncle and nephew were putting on a skilled display-a show made more impressive by the fact that they were fighting in accordance with the most exacting rules of French dueling, but using neither the rapier-like smallsword that formed part of a gentleman's costume, nor the saber of a soldier. Dragonfly in Amber
  • Made famous, or rather infamous, by Shakespeare, Richard is put ‘on trial’ for murdering two of his nephews.
  • Kristin's greatest joy was being an aunty to her nephew Derek.
  • He will also be missed by numerous brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
  • The first time I ate there my husband's young nephew threw a tantrum.
  • After the family firm's bookkeeper-nephew takes a fatal fall, which local police deem an accident, Lynley's Yard superior asks the dectective inspector to double-check that verdict, though quietly: "No feathers ruffled but no stone unturned. In Brief: Mysteries
  • Annie has been asked to take care of her grand-niece and grand-nephew for the summer because their parents are moving to London and need time to get themselves settled.
  • Aunt Alicia found solace in the little Sara, as bubbly and zestful as her nephew had been.
  • Don't know what it is that's making me so clucky lately, but I reckon it's the new addition to my now trio of adored and spoilt nephews way back in the motherland. lily-white Diary Entry
  • She also plays a motherly role to her nieces and nephews, since she considers them her own.
  • Dr.I. Milo Shepard, is a great-nephew of Jack London, and grandson of Eliza London Shepard, Jack London's stepsister and ranch superintendent. Meet Milo Shepard Farmer and Owner of the Jack London Ranch
  • Richard said his nephew - who was godfather to his own son - usually kept quiet about details of his job, which he says involved dealing with high-security communications between foreign embassies.
  • I took my two-year old nephew down to the beach with his bucket and spade.
  • When one of our children, nieces or nephews or close friend is killed or maimed by a drunk driver it will be too late.
  • She laughed and Eddie chuckled at her fond recollections of her mischievous nephew.
  • Nephew Jack's third letter again had me delving deep into my drawer full of old newspaper cuttings, and after a quick rummage around I found just what I was looking for.
  • Two candelabra, with four candles each, lighted up festally the room which had waited so many years for the wandering nephew. A Personal Record
  • Baraka, the nephew of European Ryder Cup captain Bernhard Langer, maintained the top spot for the third straight round with a 70, but he struggled to a 76 in the final round and tied for 11th. USATODAY.com - England's Emerson wins Russian Open
  • He hit the headlines two years ago when he was arrested for selling drugs to the Prime Minister's nephew.
  • Three years after Stewart's disappearance, Boone's life was again devastated when a Cherokee tortured and killed his eldest child, 16-year-old James, and later another son, a brother, and a nephew were also killed during the often bloody fighting over the settling of Kentucky. Great American Hunters: Daniel Boone
  • I wore this combination to the combined 18th and 21st birtday celebrations this May just past; the older of the two plus another nephew complimented me on this combination; myself and their mother were the only ladies in dresses (my SIL dresses beautifully and doesn't give a hoot about what anyone else thinks). Fret Not
  • Brother Heffernan is survived by his brother, George and sisters Eileen, Marie and Phil, brothers-in-law, sister-in-law, nephews and nieces.
  • Was it really fair to her friends to inflict her nephew on them?
  • IN the time of Louis XII., the legate at Avignon being then a lord of the house of Amboise, nephew to the Legate of France, whose name was George, there was a lady in Languedoc who had an income of more than four thousand ducats. The Heptameron of Margaret, Queen of Navarre
  • He had been Santa for nephews and nieces at family dos, and I thought he was very good.
  • Some people believe that Richard III did not murder his nephews and was not the villain he is generally thought to have been.
  • He was a nephew of my friend.
  • Apuleius is a sword-swallower on the PontNeuf, the nephew of Rameau and Les Miserables
  • However I was the only one playing over the age of 10. tanyabook: My nephew's toon is lvl 5 and he has decided he wants to go to duskwood. Fashion World of SL
  • In those ten years the research centre had helped Smith and Nephew to become much more profitable and has grown in stature - and in share price which bucked the recent downward stock market trend to end 2.5 times higher than a decade ago.
  • Her nieces and nephews get all her attention, ahead of pop wannabes. The Sun
  • Ten years ago my nephew was gigging locally. Times, Sunday Times
  • She laughed and Eddie chuckled at her fond recollections of her mischievous nephew.
  • I was also known as so-and-so's daughter or nephew. Times, Sunday Times
  • Annie has been asked to take care of her grand-niece and grand-nephew for the summer because their parents are moving to London and need time to get themselves settled.
  • Octavius, nephew of Julius Caesar, Antony, and Lepidus, united as triumvirs, oppose the forces raised by Brutus and Cassius.
  • My nephews bday is coming up and for some reason he wants a hooded cloak. Hooded Wars | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles
  • And because, said he, they would the better displant me, if they cannot lay hands on me, they have gotten a nephew of mine called Eparacano, whom they have christened Don Juan, and his son Don Pedro, whom they have also apparelled and armed, by whom they seek to make a party against me in mine own country. The Discovery of Guiana. Paras. 50-102
  • He is deeply regretted by his wife Julia, son, daughters, sister, sons-in-law, grandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and friends.
  • In short, he was a nephew whose peer could not be found in all Sweden, and who knows whether the piece of linen he chose from the bleachery was the last he received from his indulgent aunt. The Home in the Valley
  • On behalf of the community we extend our deepest sympathy to his sisters, stepsisters, nephews, nieces relatives and friends.
  • So, when I was sewing the neck gussets in my nephews’ 18th century shirts, I took the time to write down the steps.
  • Yet, unable to have children of her own, she never let a great-niece or great-nephew's birthday pass without a card and a check.
  • My nieces, nephew and great-nephews at early ages have in no way been harmed by knowing that I have shared my life with another man, and it has not been at all difficult for any of my siblings to explain that.
  • After his primary education was completed, Vico served as a private tutor to the nephews of the bishop of Ischia.
  • By his own account, his nephew is no choirboy, he has had his run-ins with the law - at least two court cases are pending.
  • He and his girlfriend, Diane McGarry, entertained a bundle of young nieces and nephews at Christmas.
  • Nephew Emanuell, with Troopes of faire and towardly force, who were honoutably welcommed and entertained by the Duke, but much more by the Dutchesse, because shee was their sister in Law. The Decameron
  • We are praying for Oscar whom we love and who remains our son, brother and nephew. The Sun
  • Along with his nephew, Kit, Kiran has written, produced and directed a short thriller film which has been shot in Hounslow and Richmond.
  • By city bus (six pesos) I'm 30-40 minutes from Merida Centro; my nephew, visting from NYC, just biked out here from Centro Merida yesterday -- it took about an hour (FYI -- Merida is not really a biker-friendly city, but many people do bike -- just don't expect anybody to watch out for you, or bike lanes or other amenities). Looking for English speaking friends in Merida
  • There is a satisfaction in turning out of doors a nephew or niece who is pecuniarily dependent, but when the youthful relative is richly endowed, the satisfaction is much diminished. Phineas Finn
  • It has become especially worse as of late – due to the fact that my nephew is the ‘baby saint’. Survivor: Child Island | Her Bad Mother
  • Gaius Plinius Secondus, called Pliny the Elder to distinguish him from his nephew, known as Pliny the Younger, was born in 23 CE in Como (Northern Italy).
  • The characters are the ages of the students performing and have names such as Hugo the lord’s nephew, Taggot the blacksmith’s daughter, Mogg the villein’s daughter, Thomas the doctor’s son, Nelly the sniggler, and Giles the beggar. Archive 2008-12-01
  • My nephew Trevor is three, and he's a big fan of nose picking.
  • Me, I love my nephew to death, but I think he needs to be a bit more mischievous.
  • He was also a doting uncle who could always be depended upon to looking after his treasured nieces and nephews.
  • The ladies "bartered" skills; mother was a mender and chutney and jelly maker-one of the ladies 'nephews provided homegrown fruit. Hawaii Reporter
  • That night my nephew went to the Numen, the Proud One, and slit the throat of a young oreodont, saying - The Shadow of the Torturer
  • Sincere sympathy is extended to her sisters, brothers-in-law, sisters - in-law, nephews, nieces, grand-nephews, grand-nieces, relatives and friends on their sad loss.
  • She wants a place in trendy Primrose Hill so she can be near to her brother and newborn nephew. The Sun
  • This little society now past two or three very agreeable hours together, in which the uncle, who was a very great lover of his bottle, had so well plyed his nephew, that this latter, though not drunk, began to be somewhat flustered; and now Mr. Nightingale, taking the old gentleman with him upstairs into the apartment he had lately occupied, unbosomed himself as follows: - The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling
  • His nephew should do that in collaboration with us.
  • It admits your nephew's account wasn't cancelled properly so an early termination charge was applied. The Sun
  • Balafre observe that his Majesty had been unlucky in not having himself by his side instead of his nephew, as he would questionless have made in, and speared the brute, a matter which he understood Quentin had left upon his Quentin Durward
  • Mary excelled at knitting and produced many beautiful garments for her nieces and nephews.
  • Frederick the Great is said to have addressed these words to his nephew, “Je puis vous assurer, par mon expérience personelle, que ce plaisir est peu agréable à cultiver.” The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • The presents included designer clothes for his young niece and nephew. The Sun
  • VELEZ-MITCHELL: No, listen, you know, the $50,000 goes back to the bail bondsman, which is your nephew, so it stays in the family, is what he ` s saying. CNN Transcript Aug 26, 2008
  • The same dogged determination can be found in his nephew. Times, Sunday Times
  • One of the many entries in the daybook carefully records the number of gallons of whiskey and cider used to pay Dabney Carr, the nephew of Thomas Jefferson.
  • In this system, childless women may raise a niece or nephew and grandparents may exercise parental control over a grandchild.
  • That Saturday, Irma's 33-year-old nephew, John Walter, moved an elephant's-ear plant that is more than 20 years old into the bed of a pickup for the journey to the living room of the new house. undefined
  • You are so much to so many people, husband, dad, son, brother, uncle, nephew and friend.
  • The original alliance between Guntram and his nephew thus came to an end.
  • After which I ordered my nephew to make all those savages imbark immediately, so as to continue their journey as far as their own country, which was done. Voyages of Peter Esprit Radisson
  • But on his rapid way he had found time to fling his hazel stick into a corner, his rough broadbrim upon the table, and these few emphatic words at his nephew: Journey to the Interior of the Earth
  • A certain church elder's distant nephew never exhibited any interest in religion, organized or otherwise.
  • Two candelabra with four candles each lighted up festally the room which had waited so many years for the wandering nephew. Some Reminiscences
  • Lequien (II, 621) mentions six bishops of Cyrene, and according to Byzantine legend the first was St. Lucius (Acts, xiii, 1); St. Theodorus suffered martyrdom under Diocletian; about 370 Philo dared to consecrate by himself a bishop for Hydra, and was succeeded by his own nephew, Philo; Rufus sided with Dioscorus at the Robber Synod (Latrocinium) of Ephesus in The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery
  • When her 10-year-old orphan nephew, Patrick, comes to live with her, he's welcomed into a Japanesque lair. Silver-Screen Décor
  • Leeba Rivka decides she needs a break from the modern Orthodox, Jewish dating world in New York City, and maybe with some perspective she will eat less noodle kugel and lose five pounds (ten?), reconnect to more meaningful prayer and learn to love and kvell at everything life offers, not just her one-year-old nephew's recent achievement ( "Oy, you made in the potty, you cutie!"). Angela Himsel: Nosh, Davin, Kvell, or Eat, Pray, Love, the Upper West Side Way
  • His is regretted by his brother, sisters, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.
  • When one of our children, nieces or nephews or close friend is killed or maimed by a drunk driver it will be too late.
  • Relatives are raising her children as best as they can, trying to fend off her dangerous attempts at “motherhood” and “aunthood”, both ineffective attempts may be causing additional PTSD problems with her children, nieces and nephews. The 51st State in the Union: PTSD
  • As noted in that Schedule, for purposes of distribution on an intestacy, the deceased was survived by fourteen nieces and nephews among whom, the net estate should have been divided equally.
  • Joy fetched a photograph and told the story of Hugh's grand-nephew who holds a White House position.
  • It was lying around in that house for hours... And nephew Julian is a prowler. IN REMEMBRANCE OF ROSE
  • An old tale tells of a holy priest who visited his nephew, a scurrilous tavern-keeper.
  • Sympathy is extended to her sons, daughters, sister, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, great grandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.
  • Stanley, come and say hello to your nephew.
  • He almost becomes one of the family, cheerfully going out gambling with her dopey, reprobate nephew.
  • Upon his death his titles extinguished; but his estates devolved on his nephew, the Lord John Fitz Maurice, in whose favour the title of The Letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford — Volume 2
  • Their nephew was missing, presumed dead.
  • So brisk, and blunt, and eager, quite lifting his niece off her feet, and almost crushing her in his embrace, telling her she was still but a hop-o'-my-thumb, and shaking hands with his nephew with a look of scrutiny that brought the blood to the boy's cheek. Hopes and Fears or, scenes from the life of a spinster
  • Their nephew was missing, presumed dead.
  • Galveston or Boston (she having had two American registers); that she left Maulmain as the Texan Star, and on leaving there hoisted American colours; that the name Martaban, of Maulmain, was painted by the captain's nephew two days after leaving that port; that the English flag was hoisted for the first time when the Alabama hove in sight this day; and that no articles were signed by them at Maulmain; nor, indeed, was any agreement made by the crew to serve in a British vessel, all hands, in fact, believing her to be American. The Cruise of the Alabama and the Sumter
  • I was just six when I wrote it and my aunt was always one to dote on her precocious nephew. Leftover Author's Notes
  • In Norway she was not only made ruler for life, but her nephew, Eric of Pomerania, was acknowledged as the lawful heir.
  • We know that nobody will blame us if our nephews unjoint their knuckles or cut their fingers off; so we give them five-bladed knives and boxing gloves. A Brace Of Boys 1867, From "Little Brother"
  • For the moment she is enjoying doting on her niece and nephew. The Sun
  • I think one of my nephews had one of them at a school project not long ago. Times, Sunday Times
  • The district doctor, who, like all contemporary doctors, -- especially those of them who wear a uniform, -- was fond of showing off his learned terminology, informed her that her nephew had all the dioptric symptoms of nervous cardialgia, and that febris was present also. A Reckless Character And Other Stories
  • As well as her parents and sister, she leaves a niece Kim and nephew Josh.
  • His sword winked out, and then his armor as he gasped and clutched at his throat in a way that reminded the dwarf grotesquely of his nephew Joffrey's death. Trial of Seven
  • "I dare say my nephew told you a good many taradiddles in his time."
  • The last time I had been in Red Lake I was with my mother, sister, nieces, nephews and in-laws for a powwow.
  • Photographs by Simon Upton A trelliswork pavilion is topped by a wooden pineapple, made by Thomas Messel, a nephew of artist Oliver Messel. House of Haslam
  • Philip Joyce, a grand-nephew of the author, walked more than 160 miles over five days to attend the famous breakfast gathering.
  • The excommunication which he pronounced against his erring nephews was probably occasioned as much by the political grievances of his family as by righteous indignation at the despite done to the Council.
  • The countess is treated as an aunt by both William and the kaiserin, and she may be said to have swayed her imperial nephew by her cleverness and intellectual brilliancy, rather than by her looks, for she is a woman already well-advanced in years. The Secret Memoirs of the Courts of Europe
  • My nephew is only 2 and he acts like the man of the house, lols.
  • She was a great favourite with her many relatives especially her nephews, nieces, grand-nephews and grand-nieces.
  • He left no son, but the marquessate was again revived in 1825, for his nephew the 14th earl, whose heir is the present marquess. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 "Bulgaria" to "Calgary"
  • The uncle visited his nephew
  • A friend has a hypernym for niece-or-nephew: "nibling". On needed words
  • Gerry is survived by his brothers, sister, nieces, nephews and other relatives.
  • Nephew Jack's third letter again had me delving deep into my drawer full of old newspaper cuttings, and after a quick rummage around I found just what I was looking for.
  • He almost becomes one of the family, cheerfully going out gambling with her dopey, reprobate nephew.
  • Brian studied his nephew's face, where the awful truth was blooming like acne. SIGNIFICANT OTHERS
  • I am planning a 25th birthday party for my nephew.
  • Shayera at Excuse the Mess … that was just my head - as the title tries to suggest, it ` s about things that make my head explode. usually politics. although sometimes it ` s about other things. and i often post pictures of my nephew. 1TBM
  • In 1975 he succeeded in removing his nephews and niece from the business. Times, Sunday Times
  • Their best work is original: That talking mouse with the big ears, that cranky duck with the three nephews.
  • He is survived by his family, sisters, his in-laws, nephews and other relatives.
  • She is survived by a niece and three nephews. Times, Sunday Times
  • As a young priest he obtained a rich benefice from the Archbishop of Braga and proceeded to go on pilgrimage, leaving the benefice in the care of a nephew. 01/01/2003 - 02/01/2003
  • After being on the receiving end of his own profession following the death of his nephew, journalist Chris Wheal has been campaigning for a change in the way "death-knock journalism" is conducted.
  • So bad were the second-degree burns to her feet that she was obliged to wear towelling slippers in place of the familiar high stilettos and attended her nephew Prince Edward's wedding in a wheelchair.
  • As the bailiff leads Michael away , Michael sees his nephew , LJ, sitting in the courtroom.
  • I'm good at making up my own patterns though,so let me finish my nieces and nephews bunn's and I think I'll try making a copy cator is it copy bunny? Archive 2005-03-06
  • _And because_, said he, _they would the better displant me, if they cannot lay hands on me, they have gotten a nephew of mine called The Discovery of Guiana
  • i was in floods of tears at the end of "Bridge to Terabithia" when i went to go see it with me ten year old nephew. he promptly spent the rest of the day laughing at me for it and calling me a woose but in my defence it was really sad. lol. wrenchturner (6 posts) on April 16, 2009 - 9: 46pm. AfterEllen.com - Because visibility matters
  • He was going to resign his personal property to the care of his nephew.
  • She was witty and great fun, encouraging to her nephews and nieces, kind but capable of putting a brash or conceited person in his place. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the fall, Caesar makes preparations for a campaign in Parthia the next year and makes his will, appointing his great-nephew, Octavian, as his primary heir, allegedly adopting him as his son.
  • It's considered "political" because the nephew is a delegate for Baltimore County. A pricey proposal
  • What happens to the relationship between aunt/uncle and nephew/niece pairings?
  • [156] [Footnote 152: See his life in the Augustan History.] [Footnote 153: There is still extant a very pretty Epithalamium, composed by Gallienus for the nuptials of his nephews: -- "Ite ait, O juvenes, pariter sudate medullis Omnibus, inter vos: non murmura vestra columbae, Brachia non hederae, non vincant oscula conchae."] [Footnote 154: He was on the point of giving Plotinus a ruined city of History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 1
  • After his aborted attempt to reach the platform onto which his nephew had climbed, Callahan crawled to the back of the "turtled" boat, where he sat on the upturned outboard, wrapped his arms around the engine's lower unit and held on under an unceasing assault of drenching, slamming waves. chron.com Chronicle
  • The king meant to present the elephant as a wedding gift to his nephew and future emperor of Europe, Maximilian II.
  • He's Theo's great-grandson, i.e., Vincent's great grand-nephew.
  • You might not think that's much of a compliment, but the movie is a good, solid actioner, and I wouldn't fight my nephew if he decided he just had to see it next week.
  • Although he was never a political spoilsman in the sense that his nephew was, he laid the basis for the party in New York.
  • One world rain, his nephew saw him sitting outside smoking compartment backyard, all wet.
  • The same dogged determination can be found in his nephew. Times, Sunday Times
  • This time it stopped him signalling his two nephews to annihilate me. THE TARTAN RINGERS
  • She is also survived by many nieces and nephews, who were very special to her.
  • A serious countenance did he bear as he passed through the two courts which separated his lodging from the festal chamber, and solemn as the gravity of a hogshead was the farewell caution with which he prayed Ludovic to attend his nephew’s motions, especially in the matters of wenches and wine cups. Quentin Durward
  • She is deeply regretted by her husband Jim, sisters, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and friends.
  • Predeceased by her husband Michael she is survived by her sons, daughters, brother, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, grandchildren, nephews, nieces and by other relations.
  • In 1136, St Magnus' nephew, Rognvald, sailed into Pierowall during his invasion to seize the Orkney earldom.
  • She expressed her hope that her gifted nephew would be an emissary of civilization to the wild colonies.
  • Ephrahim, Pastory's nephew and a clan member, filed a suit requesting the Primary Court to declare that the land was void since females had no power under Haya customary law to sell clan land.
  • To Derek, Michelle and family and all his nieces, nephews, neighbours and friends.
  • He was particularly anxious about his father and his diabetic mother, as well as his young niece and nephews. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her nephew approached, holding a cooking pot with herbs littered inside it, a pestle and mortar, a ladle, bowl and kindling.
  • His children and nephews watch silently as the mammal's fat and rich, bloody meat is removed.
  • Time's up and he turns to the task of waking a nephew who's now snoring into his New York Yankees baseball cap.
  • Lost in the jungle for several weeks, she miraculously survived its privations (hunger, thirst and multiple insect bites), although her two brothers and a nephew did not.
  • For in the April of the following year another commission, composed of a professor of theology, a military personage, and a magistrate of the name of John de Newton, was sent with letters to the Pope, to nine cardinals, to the referendary of the Papal court, and to three nephews of his Notes and Queries, Number 12, January 19, 1850
  • As a family we are proud of how our nephew deals and copes with his disability. Times, Sunday Times
  • Then the next day they will be watching my nephew or niece on a Sunday. The Sun
  • Set your nephew a good example by being a source of calm and patient good humour. Times, Sunday Times
  • This time it stopped him signalling his two nephews to annihilate me. THE TARTAN RINGERS
  • Smith & Nephew specialises in advanced wound care products such as dressings and gels, endoscopy and other medical devices, as well as its orthopaedics business. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • the chairman's nephew has a lot of pull
  • If you are a government official and your nephew is also your son-in-law, how can you resist giving him a job? What's Wrong With Fraternalism?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Planning a garden with a child in mind, whether the child is your own, a niece or nephew, neighbors or a scout troop, gives you the opportunity to be a child again.
  • Unmarried women living with parents or siblings will take care of the parents or nephews and nieces.
  • In his last illness, an attack of asthma complicated with pectoral mischief, he sent to Noyon for his nephew Julien Galland212 to assist him in ordering his Mss. and in making his will after the simplest military fashion: he bequeathed his writings to the Bibliothèque du Roi, his Numismatic The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • How often have you heard of an uncle nutting his nephew?
  • She was like a loving sister to many and a fantastic auntie to all her nieces and nephews.
  • Auntie, auntie!" cried her nephew remonstratingly, "you mustn't tell secrets; I never meant Amos to know anything about that. Amos Huntingdon
  • A portrait of her nephew was distorted by the texture of the absorbent paper.
  • The district doctor, who like all modern physicians -- especially those who wear a government uniform -- was fond of showing off with scientific terms, announced that her nephew's diagnosis showed all the symptoms of neurotic cardialgia, and there were febrile symptoms also. Dream Tales and Prose Poems
  • In spite of the old man’s complaints, it was evident that he was proud, and justly proud of his prosperity, proud of his sons, his nephew, his sons’ wives, his horses and his cows, and especially of the fact that he was keeping all this farming going. Chapter XXV. Part III
  • Americans always say "dook" instead of "duke," that nobody present seemed to realize the proper way to address a nephew of the Czar was to call him Monseigneur, that the Olympic games in London had been conducted admirably, arid that he didn't believe in marriage, anyway. Cupid's Understudy

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