next of kin

  1. the person who is (or persons who are) most closely related to a given person
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How To Use next of kin In A Sentence

  • The unnamed marine, whose next of kin have been informed, died manning a sandbag fortification known as a sangar at a patrol base in Sangin, Helmand province. The Latest From
  • But if she was childless, the next of kin of her husband must beget one son by her; he did not _marry_ her, and his connection with her _ceased on the birth of a son_. On The Structure of Greek Tribal Society: An Essay
  • It will not identify victims prior to notifying next of kin.
  • The ashes of a person who meets the criteria for burial can either be inurned in the Columbarium or given ground interment, according to the wishes of the eligible or next of kin.
  • We cannot release the names of the soldiers who were killed until we have informed their next of kin.
  • Your next of kin will receive death benefit if you die in an accident.
  • Ah yes, that's certainly true, but we are also obliged to notify the next of kin.
  • Each of the canisters contain forms for residents to fill in their medical history, including any allergies or regular prescriptions and next of kin.
  • He also sent me a next of kin application from the bank UTG. 419 scam crew nailed
  • Your next of kin will receive death benefit if you die in an accident.
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