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  1. Sociology (4097 bytes)
    11: ...while giving birth, when injured or sick, after a family death, or a disaster, other members of the commun...
  2. Society (3845 bytes)
    9: ...while giving birth, when injured or sick, after a family death, or a disaster, other members of the commun...
  3. Modern language (1375 bytes)
    1: ...ly in [[school]]s, or transmitted informally in [[family]] and [[society|social]] settings. Major modern l...
  4. Wellness (alternative medicine) (2088 bytes)
    7: ...ironment, balancing all aspects of work, home and family along with developing a connection with one’s s...
  5. Aloe (2035 bytes)
    1: '''Aloe''' (of the Asphodelaceae family) is a genus of flowering succulent plants contain...
  6. Sex (2608 bytes)
    9: ...ing condition for both the affected child and the family. Decisions must be made as to what gender to ass...
  7. Intimate relationship (1760 bytes)
    4: ...ommonly thought of as the love between friends or family).
  8. Asphyxia (1738 bytes)
    16: ...so been traditionally used for execution of royal family members in Muslim countries, where the religion f...
  9. Divorce (2984 bytes)
    9: ... causes of divorce include extra-marital affairs, family strains, emotional or physical abuse, mid-life cr...
    21: ... divorce: mutual consent, family court mediation, family court judgment and district court judgment.
    28: [[Category:Family law]]
  10. Family law (2278 bytes)
    1: ...and domestic issues fall under the category of '''family law'''. This field of law addresses a variety of ...
    4: One can seek a family lawyer for prenuptual agreements and to help wit...
    9: ... relationship. One or both partners can consult a family lawyer in regards to spousal abuse, adultry, biga...
    12: ...ively address issues that relate to children in a family entity. For example, it can address questions of ...
    14: Family law is also often used in cases of adoption and t...
  11. Chastity (2243 bytes)
    9: ...e of any form of contraception other than natural family planning.
  12. Human sexuality (3059 bytes)
    1: ... to engage in. It can be influenced by genetics, family, cultural and religious beliefs, psychological, p...
  13. Prince (1831 bytes)
    1: ... for the throne. He may be a member of the royal family and again in line for the throne but further down...
    6: ...speaking country who has no connection to a royal family.
  14. Wedding (1898 bytes)
    5: ...r father’s care and control to enter into a new family with her husband. In the West, since man and wife...
  15. Bride (1410 bytes)
    4: ... and several bridesmaids, also usually friends or family members. Her male equivalent is a bridegroom, als...
  16. Best man (1632 bytes)
    4: ...om’s closest male friend, or a close sibling or family member.
    21: ...om wishes to honor a best female friend or female family member as his “best man” she may be termed a ...
  17. Marriage vows (1729 bytes)
    23: ...hare your vow with someone you trust: a friend or family member you know will give you honest feedback.
  18. Wedding cake (2106 bytes)
    9: ...ly (to symbolize the transfer of her labor to his family).
    11: ...ite of each cake to each other to symbolize a new family unity that has been created. A popular way of doi...
  19. Wedding reception (2364 bytes)
    4: ...ood and alcohol flow freely occurs. The bride’s family traditionally pays for this wedding reception, wh...
    9: Traditions vary by country, region and family, but some popular traditions include:
    19: ...ate and expensive. Often, they cost the groom’s family several years’ worth of salary. Wedding present...
  20. Organ donation (3156 bytes)
    15: ...sed expressly declined it. The system is opt-out: family consent is still required, but the conditions are...
  21. Sperm bank (1710 bytes)
    5: ...ion on his genetic history as well as that of his family. Finally, he must agree to sell his sperm to the...
  22. Microprocessor (4725 bytes)
    32: ...ulate 8-bit, 16-bit or 32-bit words. AMD’s 2900 family of processors is an example of this category.
    35: ...ent has taken place with the emergence of the x86 family of Intel, the advent of 64-bit computing and the ...
  23. Microcontroller (3676 bytes)
    23: ...ts wide. It was the first in the so-called MCS-51 family. Different manufacturers now produce versions of ...
  24. Workaholic (1738 bytes)
    14: ...erests outside of work falter (losing interest in family, hobbies, etc).
    20: ...roven that the death was a result of overwork the family of the deceased can seek compensation from an emp...
  25. Shift work (2031 bytes)
    25: In 2005 the American Family Physician published a report stating that shift w...
  26. Cardiovascular disease (1646 bytes)
    14: ... be controlled with the exception of age, sex and family history. Following a balanced diet, exercising r...
  27. Ezra (1934 bytes)
    4: ...p of Israelites, all of the leaders of Israel and family heads of Babylon, back to Jerusalem to assist in ...
  28. Isaiah (1883 bytes)
    1: ...believed to be the cousin of Uzziah and so from a family of royal lineage. His prophetic focus was direct...
  29. Jennifer Aniston (2693 bytes)
    1: ...on’s various soap opera roles. Aniston and her family ultimately returned to California in 1985 when Jo...
  30. Jim Morrison (4458 bytes)
    5: ... Morrison attended high school in Virginia. His family moved to Southern California in 1961 but sent the...
  31. John Lennon (4622 bytes)
    5: ...sical parents, Alfred and Julia. Alfred left the family when John was 5 years old. Julia couldn’t care...
  32. Natalie Portman (2811 bytes)
    3: ==Family life==
    5: ...om her maternal grandmother’s maiden name. Her family moved to the United States when she was three yea...
  33. Marriage (3284 bytes)
    1: ...two people that has been formed as the basis of a family union, in most societies. Marriage can be legal, ...
    6: ...gh that the in-laws can be considered part of the family. In royalty, however, the focus is strengthening ...
  34. Adultery (2306 bytes)
    26: [[Category:Family law]]
  35. Arranged marriage (2010 bytes)
    4: ...countries, the man chooses the wife, and pays the family for the honor of marrying her. Although popular i...
  36. Child support (2060 bytes)
    3: ==In family law==
    17: [[Category:Family law]]
  37. Father (2281 bytes)
    30: [[Category:Family]]
  38. Forced marriage (1913 bytes)
    7: ...ver, are also forced into marriage as a matter of family pride. This can be to fulfill the wishes of one...
  39. Wedding ring (2462 bytes)
    9: ...the rings. This also enables the ring to become a family heirloom.
  40. Wedding anniversary (1837 bytes)
    4: ... take part in celebrating the occasion. Sometimes family and friends will join the couple for a party (esp...
  41. Same-sex marriage (2354 bytes)
    17: ...ar to a wedding, to which they invite friends and family members.
  42. Dengue fever (2095 bytes)
    1: ...ging to the Flavivirus genus, in the Flaviviridae family. These viruses are different enough so that no cr...
  43. Cervical cancer (1605 bytes)
    5: ...pects, oral contraceptives, many pregnancies, and family history of cervical cancer, among other risk fact...
  44. Ovarian cancer (1935 bytes)
    1: ...d tubal ligation. Some Jewish women, women with a family history of it, and women who have had breast canc...
  45. Ebola (3085 bytes)
    5: The Ebola virus is part of the Filoviridae family, and got its name from the river that was flowing...
  46. Foot-and-mouth disease (2167 bytes)
    1: ...used by an aphtovirus in the picornaviridae viral family, a 25-30 nm, non-developed icosahedral virus. It ...
  47. Farce (2265 bytes)
    6: ...ng with several doors or windows and is usually a family environment. Alternatively one may use offices, h...
  48. Cyberstalking (2393 bytes)
    3: ...nst the victim’s life, but also of the latter's family members. Under this jurisdiction, aggravated cyb...
  49. Battery (crime) (1528 bytes)
    9: ... is a crime inflicted on immediate members of the family of the accused like a spouse or child.
  50. Baby food (1748 bytes)
    6: ...hazards, a baby may be started directly on normal family foods. In fact, these foods are often a good choi...

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