How To Use Niece In A Sentence

  • Cousin Molle goes to Cambridge and the niece is the only visitor. Letters from Dorothy Osborne to Sir William Temple (1652-54)
  • My niece was left in my trust for the weekend.
  • The P. 's have now got the book, and like it very much; their niece Eleanor has recommended it most warmly to them -- _She_ looks like a rejected addresser. Jane Austen, Her Life and Letters A Family Record
  • Reflections on Rosemary were given by her niece Claire and one of her great-nieces, Annie.
  • 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.
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  • Niece," said Don Inocencio gravely and sententiously, "when serious things have taken place, caprices are not called caprices, but by another name. Dona Perfecta
  • 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.
  • I fancy she entertains an 'arriere' idea of proposing her flawless niece Gracey, Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith
  • Tonight I was finishing up a hat I had knitted for my niece.
  • Mrs Withington's nephews and nieces, who have children aged from 12 to 20, are raring to go too.
  • In 1856-7 his niece Caroline has a pet rabbit.
  • 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.
  • She is survived by her husband, sons, mother, brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces and other relations.
  • And it had better alleviate the situations of Hyde and my niece or you will all three have been wasting my precious time! THE LAST RAVEN
  • He will also be missed by numerous brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
  • 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.
  • She also plays a motherly role to her nieces and nephews, since she considers them her own.
  • And it had better alleviate the situations of Hyde and my niece or you will all three have been wasting my precious time! THE LAST RAVEN
  • Dennison slip on her pearlings to walk before my niece and me, and the three women to walk behind; and bid my niece attend me instantly.” Old Mortality
  • I bought some miniature furniture for my niece's dolls' house.
  • The little girl you saw a moment ago was my niece.
  • When one of our children, nieces or nephews or close friend is killed or maimed by a drunk driver it will be too late.
  • Dalloway and Rachel, for she ran on with the same penful to describe her niece. The Voyage Out
  • Did I tell you of her before, and how she is the niece of Lord Cork, and poetess by grace of certain Irish Muses? The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1 of 2)
  • Her gravitation towards Italy and Italian culture functions as a kind replacement for the personal and cultural decimation she has witnessed as the daughter and niece of Holocaust victims.
  • Once there, my niece presented Lisa with a picture of the two of us, and tried to pin us down to another visit.
  • Brother Heffernan is survived by his brother, George and sisters Eileen, Marie and Phil, brothers-in-law, sister-in-law, nephews and nieces.
  • Jimmy's niece Lisa gave birth at midnight to a bouncing baby boy.
  • He had been Santa for nephews and nieces at family dos, and I thought he was very good.
  • Waaa-al I dunno, Kerry seems to have read a few books and done some thinking since graduation, Bush on the other hand scowls petulantly and cannot use the word "dissemble" correctly in a sentence - a challenge that my eleven year old niece would sneer at. The Chimes at Midnight
  • Of course, many Cantonese-speakers learn Mandarin as a second language, so bilinguals are not rare, but it is quite unlikely that a Cantonese person who also knows Mandarin would speak Mandarin with her nieces.
  • Part of the chaperone's motivation for accompanying her niece was to have access to the city's sizable spiritualist community.
  • I wasn't going to go to my law school graduation, but my sister guilted me into it by reminding me that I have a 90-year-old grandmother and a 12-year-old niece who would very much like to see me graduate.
  • Duchesse de Guermantes, for her part, took good care not to invite when it was her turn to entertain the Princess, but substituted for them without any abstract reasoning about Bonapartism the most brilliant coruscation of all the beauties, all the talents, all the celebrities, who, the exercise of some subtle sixth sense made her feel, would be acceptable to the niece of the Emperor even when they belonged actually to the Royal House. The Guermantes Way
  • Everyone, I want you to meet my great-niece, Melinda.
  • I bought my niece one of those toy dogs on wheels.
  • As far as I know, I am the only Lois Reibach in the world, but my niece is also lreibach and she has taken that identity in a number of online services. Identity and attributes « Collocate and Disambiguate
  • In 1856-7 his niece Caroline has a pet rabbit.
  • He was survived by his niece Myrsene and his older brother Evangelos, who was bestowed the writ of condolence from the mayor of Athens on behalf of the nation at the funeral. odysseas elytis | calendar of an invisible april « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground
  • Her nieces and nephews get all her attention, ahead of pop wannabes. The Sun
  • My poor niece and her sisters take up most of my time and thoughts: but I will not attrist you to indulge myself, but will break off here, and finish my letter when I have seen your new landlord. The Letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford — Volume 4
  • 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.
  • His niece lives in Barnoldswick and still has a scrapbook of his original cuttings from the Herald.
  • He is deeply regretted by his wife Julia, son, daughters, sister, sons-in-law, grandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and friends.
  • On behalf of the community we extend our deepest sympathy to his sisters, stepsisters, nephews, nieces relatives and friends.
  • 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.
  • Jinna's niece had come in some time ago and chatted with us brie. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • The aunt is a well-drawn type of old-fashioned Scotchwoman, infinitely more natural and more interesting than the niece. Robert Louis Stevenson
  • In benign triumph the Cardinal draws Raphael by the wrist towards his niece for the contractual plighting of hands but she, noticing Raphael's distaste, is slow to unfold her arms.
  • He and his girlfriend, Diane McGarry, entertained a bundle of young nieces and nephews at Christmas.
  • Visiting Victoria in Canada to collect an honorary degree, Emile visits his niece and grand-niece and is forced to come to terms with his troubled past, hoping to seek redemption from a family he abandoned.
  • K--- will ask her while she is in the playpen, "J--- give me the plastic egg," or "J-- give me the keys," and niece #2 will know what object she is referring to and give it to her. Archive 2008-04-06
  • 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
  • I was duly summoned to the front row of the upper circle to watch my niece take her very first faltering steps towards an Equity card.
  • He was also a doting uncle who could always be depended upon to looking after his treasured nieces and nephews.
  • 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.
  • The daily grind of life, a demanding family, death of a young, pretty niece due to cancer and no steady job has not diminished his zest for life.
  • The London-born, Turkish-Cypriot artist has previously aped advertising's slick appeal, from photorealist paintings of his niece picking flowers in Cyprus, to covering his East End neighbourhood with billboard posters bearing his name in a cool, chunky font. This week's new exhibitions
  • He loved our little nieces and would gently take food tidbits from their fingers when they tried to feed him.
  • Danielul (Burman), sicut coniecerat Burman_ distinui ... curas, tempusque The Last Poems of Ovid
  • Outside my niece's old primary school, a very prominent sign reads: ‘You are entering a gun-free zone.’
  • This polemical work was nearing completion when Pascal had the joy of seeing his friends, the Duc de Roannez and the jurisconsult Domat, converted to Jansenism, as well as his niece Marguerite Perier, who had been cured of a fistula of the eye by contact with a relic of the Holy Thorn preserved at Port Royal. Archive 2008-06-15
  • As Don Tino's niece her Mafia connection had assured the success of her café. THE KEYS OF HELL
  • `I'll tell you what I have, honey," Ella rasped, `I have a great-niece in Altoona P. A. with a spare bedroom. FAIRYLAND
  • Mary excelled at knitting and produced many beautiful garments for her nieces and nephews.
  • The presents included designer clothes for his young niece and nephew. The Sun
  • In this system, childless women may raise a niece or nephew and grandparents may exercise parental control over a grandchild.
  • Aunt Emmeline was still averse to her niece, but she abstained from crimination. Ayala's Angel
  • As they walk they sing a special ballad composed by the archdeacon's niece for the occasion.
  • And every year my darling little niece has the smallest of nibbles, tells me it's lovely and goes and spits it out in the upstairs loo when she thinks I'm not looking.
  • Her nonclerical family might be of low station, just as the pope's father had been a shoemaker, but Sophia was the niece of a cardinal, a prince of the Church. The Saracen: Land of the Infidel
  • However, she was well meaning and kind and brought up her niece as a second daughter.
  • And it had better alleviate the situations of Hyde and my niece or you will all three have been wasting my precious time! THE LAST RAVEN
  • For a cultivated man to be ignorant of foreign languages is a great inconveniece
  • 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.
  • Some of my family - my sisters, my nieces - haven't left their houses in the last four or five months.
  • Some habits of hasty irritation he had contracted, partly, it was said in the borough of Fairport, from an early disappointment in love in virtue of which he had commenced misogynist, as he called it, but yet more by the obsequious attention paid to him by his maiden sister and his orphan niece, whom he had trained to consider him as the greatest man upon earth, and whom he used to boast of as the only women he had ever seen who were well broke in and bitted to obedience; though, it must be owned, Miss Grizzy Oldbuck was sometimes apt to _jibb_ when he pulled the reins too tight. The Antiquary — Volume 01
  • I turn to the birthday boy's niece: a carefully made up young miss in a matching pink crocheted cap and poncho.
  • Sympathy is extended to her sons, daughters, sister, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, great grandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.
  • Perhaps the opportunity for a fair hearing of her case for her niece's custody would render the other judgments moot.
  • THEY could be proud relatives filming their young niece or granddaughter in the park. The Sun
  • 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
  • Subsequently, Heloise was sent to a nunnery and Abelard to a monastery, but not before he was castrated for his sins against Fulbert's niece.
  • I gave my first copy of BBF to my niece ... and am waiting for my second reorder. .it's coming in the mail tomorrow via BnN. Branded By Fire Release Day!!
  • Playing bumble-puppy with Minnie Beebe, niece to the rector, and aged thirteen -- an ancient and most honourable game, which consists in striking tennis-balls high into the air, so that they fall over the net and immoderately bounce; some hit Mrs. Honeychurch; others are lost. A Room with a View
  • The behaviour of one of my nieces is beginning to concern me. Times, Sunday Times
  • I knew it was one of those mathematical teasers that my brother would love, so printed it off to show him during my nieces' birthday party over the weekend.
  • After the timely and sometimes untimely deaths of his five siblings, a controlling 60 per cent belonged to his niece. Times, Sunday Times
  • I love the flowers ... might have to get a mold to make some soapies for my niece, she would get a kick out of them. Owls and Button Flowers
  • Now will not I deliver his letter: for the behavior of the young gentleman gives him out to be of good capacity and breeding; his employment between his lord and my niece confirms no less: therefore this letter, being so excellently ignorant, will breed no terror in the youth: he will find it comes from a clodpole. Twelfth Night; or, What You Will
  • A 71-YEAR-old unsolved murder is to be reviewed by police after ‘new evidence’ was revealed in a book written by the victim's great-niece.
  • For the moment she is enjoying doting on her niece and nephew. The Sun
  • Auntie (a strong Anne Collins) and her nieces (Ailish Tynan and Helen Williams) injected rather too much ribaldry and suggestiveness into the proceedings; surely this community is rather buttoned up and not so free?
  • We got the bus back to Folkestone, and then caught another one to Cheriton to visit my Brother and my little nieces.
  • She knew not what to make of her niece, who had suddenly become stern and contradictious. Washington Square
  • You could then broach the idea of opening a savings account for your niece. Times, Sunday Times
  • As well as her parents and sister, she leaves a niece Kim and nephew Josh.
  • Richard Dalloway and Rachel, for she ran on with the same penful to describe her niece. The Voyage Out
  • The last time I had been in Red Lake I was with my mother, sister, nieces, nephews and in-laws for a powwow.
  • Like the auntie who showers gifts on her niece in order to be loved, but provides no guidance or bases for growth and maturation of the child.
  • His 18-year-old niece, Victoria, succeeded him to the throne.
  • He is the owner of a large drill company and, like his wife, displays hostility towards his niece and amorosity towards his son. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • He might have made his favourite niece Queen of England; but his Italian caution restrained him, and the beautiful Hortense has to put up with a new-made duke -- a title bought with her uncle's money -- to whom the Cardinal affianced her on his death-bed. London Pride Or When the World Was Younger
  • I visited my family, bounced my baby niece on my knee and went to the movies.
  • She was a great favourite with her many relatives especially her nephews, nieces, grand-nephews and grand-nieces.
  • I see him now, excellent and venerable old man! his eyes wandered in vacancy, for they had lost their charm and their delight — his niece, his more than daughter, whom he doated on with all that affection which a man feels, who, in the decline of life, having few affections, clings more earnestly to those that remain. Chapter 6
  • 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.
  • Mazarin's numerous nieces, and the opera, that new importation from Italy, which the Cardinal was bringing into fashion; while in the remote past of half a dozen years back the Fronde was the only interesting subject, and even that was worn threadbare; the adventures of the Duchess, the conduct of the Prince in prison, the intrigues of Cardinal and Queen, Mademoiselle, yellow-haired Beaufort, duels of five against five -- all -- all these were ancient history as compared with young Louis and his passion for Marie de London Pride Or When the World Was Younger
  • In 1975 he succeeded in removing his nephews and niece from the business. Times, Sunday Times
  • My niece, god-daughter, Emma, big sis to Lesley-Ann and Bart, turned 18 at the weekend, so David and I hosted a little family celebration on Friday night.
  • She is survived by a niece and three nephews. Times, Sunday Times
  • Fairport, from an early disappointment in love in virtue of which he had commenced misogynist, as he called it, but yet more by the obsequious attention paid to him by his maiden sister and his orphan niece, whom he had trained to consider him as the greatest man upon earth, and whom he used to boast of as the only women he had ever seen who were well broke in and bitted to obedience; though, it must be owned, Miss Grizzy Oldbuck was sometimes apt to jibb when he pulled the reins too tight. The Antiquary
  • If we take St Francis of Assisi as the likely subject, however, a direct relationship emerges with St Elizabeth of Hungary and her great-niece St Elizabeth of Portugal, both of whom were Franciscan tertiaries.
  • 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
  • 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
  • His wife of 16 years is Maria Shriver, NBC newsreader and a niece of former president John F Kennedy, so it is no surprise that Schwarzenegger is into politics as well as being a dedicated do-gooder.
  • What happens to the relationship between aunt/uncle and nephew/niece pairings?
  • She only sees her niece occasionally, so she showers her with presents when she does.
  • I took my wife, daughter and niece to see the film and they loved it. Times, Sunday Times
  • The niece of a New York chancellor, Sarah lived in Plattsburgh but spent her winters in Manhattan. The Romance of China: Excursions to China in U.S. Culture: 1776-1876
  • Arundel had long forgotten them, and now looked on Henrietta simply as a co-member of the lectures, but she said to her niece after Henrietta had been to tea, "What a very no-how person Miss Symons is; I should like to shake her. The Third Miss Symons
  • My mother, nieces, sister and sister in laws, gave me curious glances as I stood.
  • For a cultivated man to be ignorant of foreign languages is a great inconveniece
  • Sir! if my niece is ever to marry you, she will have what you call uphill work of it in taking her place at starting. No Thoroughfare
  • 'That your little niece, the Scotch heiress, is going to marry him.' The Convert
  • She is also survived by many nieces and nephews, who were very special to her.
  • Aubrey's niece was clutching her arms now, growing colder, less able to dissemble. THE LAST RAVEN
  • She is deeply regretted by her husband Jim, sisters, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and friends.
  • Name withheld Your niece needs to be given books that she finds enjoyable. Times, Sunday Times
  • 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.
  • My niece and I and Mum but mostly my niece made the unbirthday cake. gillpolack: Today was quite extraordinary. My niece
  • This one's about, well, a hotel for dogs, as the title bluntly suggests, but instead of Sandler's shrill barking and over-the-top gestures, we have the adorable and classy Emma Roberts (niece to Julia). All articles at Blogcritics
  • The only other person I know personally that has a dishwasher is one of our nieces that lives in México City. Page 2
  • My niece is going to college next year, and her parents are figuring it will cost them about $150,000 for the next four years. House Prices, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • To Derek, Michelle and family and all his nieces, nephews, neighbours and friends.
  • The daily grind of life, a demanding family, death of a young, pretty niece due to cancer and no steady job has not diminished his zest for life.
  • He was particularly anxious about his father and his diabetic mother, as well as his young niece and nephews. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mrs Coxen was aided in looking after the children by her niece.
  • I said, my niece is very young, and that kind of thing. Middlemarch
  • Incidentally, it shrunk into a perfectly proportioned kid's size 8 or 10 sweater, so I gave it to my little niece.
  • Walk on and you find more of those signposts with the boy's face, and in the last ground floor room two walls of gridded photographs of the head of Horn's niece, variously smiling, grinning and girning.
  • I am entranced by my four year old great-niece, Sophia, who insists on walking ahead of me wherever we go, "Because I'm the leader, Aunt Ang. Angela Himsel: Blessed Are Those Who Enter: Sukkot, Hospitality and Home
  • ‘My feeling is that rioting and violence don't give solutions, but it was the only option for the suffragettes, as they didn't have any say through the normal democratic channels,’ says McCallum's great-niece.
  • An only son, Hernandez helped take care of his mother, two sisters and two nieces.
  • Then the next day they will be watching my nephew or niece on a Sunday. The Sun
  • And d'ye hear, Gudyill, let Jenny Dennison slip on her pearlings to walk before my niece and me, and the three women to walk behind; and bid my niece attend me instantly. Old Mortality, Complete
  • After the timely and sometimes untimely deaths of his five siblings, a controlling 60 per cent belonged to his niece. Times, Sunday Times
  • Edith grew paler and thinner, and so quiet, that Aunt Rachel was quite pleased with what she called her niece's "becoming demeanour. The Empire Annual for Girls, 1911
  • Thus uncle and niece glided imperceptibly into that mode of life which is called humdrum, and which some wise people consider the best mode of getting through existence. The Grey Lady
  • Two of her nieces attended the party to help celebrate her special day.
  • As Don Tino's niece her Mafia connection had assured the success of her café. THE KEYS OF HELL
  • 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.
  • She was like a loving sister to many and a fantastic auntie to all her nieces and nephews.
  • D'ye think my niece will ever endure such a borachio? Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol. 1 A Revised American Edition of the Reader's Handbook
  • At least I get to see my nieces for a few hours near to Christmas this way… we might be shattered after the journey but it will be happy shattered.
  • She wasn't exactly overjoyed at the prospect of looking after her niece.
  • She left her entire estate to her niece.
  • Her two daughters will be bridesmaids together with her two nieces, his niece, and her nephew and his nephew will be pageboys.
  • But as my niece is getting married in August, possibly on a family cruise to the Bahamas, I must refrain from les patates et oeufs regularly and be true to my cornflakes au lait 2%. et patati et patata - French Word-A-Day
  • We wish to extend the sympathy of the community to his sisters Mona and Breda, brothers Seamus, Bob, Michael and Ciaran, brothers-in-law, sisters-in.law, nephews, nieces, relatives and a very large circle of friends.
  • Maybe he and his niece could join a traveling circus to get by.
  • This year all the apples are all red. My niece and nephew are going out this morning with step-ladders to pick some.
  • He is survived by his nephews, nieces, relatives and family circle.
  • She turned to look at me and rolled her eyes like I was her best friend instead of her dorky niece.
  • He is survived by his brother, sisters, nephews, nieces and by other relations.
  • These include beating up a mob associate who made "fat jokes" about rotund Gambino soldier Thomas (Huck) Carbonaro and spray-painting the home of a Brooklyn landlord pink for another misdeed against Carbonaro - coming on to a niece who didn't appreciate his advances. Jerry Capeci: Feds Stack the Deck Against a Junior Gambino Hoodlum
  • Deepest sympathy is extended to his sons Micheal and Richard, mother Mary, brothers, uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces and a wide circle of friends.
  • We commiserate with his wife and family, brothers, and sister Mary Kate, also with nephews and nieces, relatives and circle of friends who came to say goodbye.
  • As narrator Gina Moynihan slyly points out about her niece's education, the term "failure to love" is now favored in school over that heavy word "sin. StarTribune.com rss feed
  • The convent thus entered into an additional case with the inheritors of Teresa de Figueroa's estate, seeking the eventual restitution of amounts that her nieces and nephews claimed.
  • For a cultivated man to be ignorant of foreign languages is a great inconveniece
  • Winnie is survived by her husband Mick, nieces, nephews and other relatives.
  • He is mourned by parents Aidan and Chris, proprietors, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, and a host of friends.
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  • Dressed in rust-coloured raw silk bustiers and matching chiffon skirts, the bridesmaids included Majella's daughter Siobhan and Daniel's niece Patricia.
  • My brother bought a kite for my niece and nephew and they joined in the fun.
  • The flower girls were Kara and Shannon McGovern, nieces of the bridegroom, who wore full length white gowns with raspberry coloured sashes.
  • She is survived by her sons, daughters, brother, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, nephews, nieces and by other relations.
  • Do uncles have special bonds with their nieces, which aunts have with their nephews?
  • She said she was niece to a pewterer of considerable circumstances, not far from Tower Hill, who had promised, and was able to give her five hundred pounds; but the fear of disobliging him by marriage, hindered her from thinking of becoming a wife without his approbation of her spouse. Lives of the Most Remarkable Criminals Who have been Condemned and Executed for Murder, the Highway, Housebreaking, Street Robberies, Coining or other offences
  • You could then broach the idea of opening a savings account for your niece. Times, Sunday Times
  • You could then broach the idea of opening a savings account for your niece. Times, Sunday Times
  • Marsden's character, a seventh-grade teacher engaged to the niece of the deceased, is nervous about encountering his future father-in-law. James Marsden tunes in, turns on for 'Death at a Funeral'
  • Mary bequeathed half of the company to her niece.
  • The youngest of her siblings, she was regarded by nieces and nephews as one of them not the grown-ups. Times, Sunday Times
  • She was always at work with her needle (for her hands were not affected) for the London children, grandnieces, and nephews who called her grandmamma, for she had had the care of their Parents during 11 years of her brother Alexander's widowhood. An Autobiography
  • Deepest sympathy is extended to his sisters Attracta, Madge and Anne, and his brother Ambrose, brothers-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and a wide circle of friends.
  • He could hear Brian's niece shuffling about, the soft heels of her shoes padding against the carpet.
  • Sympathy is extended to his nephews, nieces, grand-nieces, relatives and friends.
  • For a cultivated man to be ignorant of foreign languages is a great inconveniece
  • She is mourned by her sons, daughters, daughter-in-law, sons-in-law, grandchildren, nephews, nieces, sisters, all her relatives, and friends.
  • I was thinking about their Tulip jacket which I have coveted ever since Franklin knitted it for his niece. Archive 2009-09-01
  • I don't want my cousins, nieces and nephews are my daughter to idolise thugs.

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