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  1. NLM Digital Collections - A dictionary of Greek and Roman antiquities 
    Publication: New York : American Book Company, [1843]
    ... dduoipdLg, or sometimes simply noirjmg or ■deeng. The adoptive father was said noietddai, ddnouidOai, or sometimes noitiv; and ... own family and demus into those of the adoptive father; he inherited his property, and main- tained the ...
  2. ... his son. An adopted son cannot cite his adoptive father into court, without his leave. Ayliffe's Parergon. Ado' ...
  3. ... other children, if he has any, is the adoptive father, and a woman who does the same thing, ... bring up, merely, should not be considered the adoptive-father or mother of such child. Foster-father is ...
  4. ... needing the protection of a father or an adoptive father. Army Sanitary School No. 18. Trip to the ...
  5. ... the natural father) and the Metua Faanu (the adoptive father) there was an almost incessant exchange of infants ...
  6. ... the manu- script by the death of my ‘adoptive father/ SfoPe ad curred on the 19th. His iliness, ...
  7. ... סי) .adoles'cency n (ע-דאפ׳-טױו פא׳- adoptive father טהער) דער מאז, װאס נעהמט א פרעמד קינד ...
  8. ... own son would have received— especially from his adoptive father. But his situation in this home of his ...
  9. NLM Digital Collections - Child well-being : key considerations for policymakers including the need for a federal ... 
    Publication: Washington, DC : United States Government Accountability Office, November 2017
    ... household. “Two parents”=Mother and Father. Mother and father can include biological, adoptive, step, in-law, or foster relationships. “Single-mother”=Mother, no father; “Single-father”=Father, no mother; and “Other”=Neither ...
  10. NLM Digital Collections - MEDLARS indexing : integrated authority file 
    Publication: [Bethesda, Md.] : National Library of Medicine, Bibliographic Services Division, 1968
    ... Fl, I) 1969 to be used for natural, adoptive or substitute parents, and for articles concerning either mother, father, or both parents; also use for the concept ...
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