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  1. November 14 (2886 bytes)
    16: ...mage Awards]], [[Emmy Award|Emmys]], [[All in the Family]], [[Nielsen Ratings]], [[Sabrina Le Beauf]], [[L...
  2. Dolly Parton (2469 bytes)
    12: ...le, Tennessee]]. She was born into a "dirt poor" family, the fourth out of twelve total children. They a...
  3. Chevy Chase (3002 bytes)
    14: Chase was born into a wealthy and distinguished family on October 8, 1943 in [[Woodstock, New York]]. C...
  4. Gilda Radner (2391 bytes)
    11: ...o a wealthy [[Jew]]ish-[[United States|American]] family. She went to the [[University of Michigan]] and ...
    19: ...er]]. She received much support from friends and family, especially her husband [[Gene Wilder]], but suff...
  5. Jerry Lee Lewis (3090 bytes)
    15: ...his own unique style. By the time he was 14, his family thought he was as good as he was ever going to ge...
  6. Meredith Baxter (1777 bytes)
    1: ... starred as Nancy Lawrence Maitland on the drama, family. For this role she received two [[Emmy Award|Emmy...
    3: After ''[[Family Ties]]'', Baxter continued to work in film and te...
    5: ... [[South Pasadena, California]] in [[1947]], to a family with strong ties to hollywood and television. Her...
  7. Glen Campbell (2143 bytes)
    1: ...n show in the 1970’s. Campbell was born into a family of twelve on April 22, 1936 in [[Delight]], [[Ark...
  8. Taiping Rebellion (2951 bytes)
    7: ...he northern farming regions of China, came from a family that sacrificed everything in order to provide fo...
    17: ...t was protecting its leader. Hong Xiquan and his family were in the province at the time of the battle.
  9. Annabelle Rankin (1533 bytes)
    1: ...lle Jane Mary Rankin''' (née Wilson) came from a family involved in politics in [[Queensland]]. She lived...
  10. Bette Midler (2176 bytes)
    14: ...1, 1945 in [[Honolulu, Hawaii]] into a [[Jewish]] family. She attended the [[University of Hawaii]] where...
  11. Barry Manilow (2084 bytes)
    8: ... in [[Brookl;yn, New York]] into a Russian-Jewish family. He changed his last name to his mother’s maid...
  12. Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (4070 bytes)
    1: ...yle, while wreaking havoc on the lives of his new family.
    25: ...ty and the overall spoiled and lazy nature of the family.
  13. Asher Brown Durand (1776 bytes)
    5: ...work had originally been donated from the artists family to the [[New York Public Library]].
  14. Mary Ingalls (1134 bytes)
    3: ...et, South Dakota|South Dakota]] to live among her family. As an adult, she lived with her parents until t...
  15. Cultural anthropology (4308 bytes)
    5: ...ology|myths]], habits, [[religion]]s, [[food]], [[family]] and [[social structure]] of societies other tha...
  16. Incest taboo (2145 bytes)
    5: ...rage [[exogamy]], thereby creating ever-expanding family networks and strengthening social solidarity.
  17. Vlax Romany language (731 bytes)
    2: ...an languages]] sub-group of the [[Indo-European]] family. Vlax Romany is not mutually intelligible with ot...
  18. Haveli (1137 bytes)
    1: ... in business by building large, profusely painted family compounds in their home districts in [[Rajasthan]...
    3: ...n, who were often veiled in the presence of non-[[family]] men.
  19. Home: A History of an Idea (1702 bytes)
    3: ...conomic]] change has changed the structure of the family, but not much has changed fundamentally in people...
  20. Work at home parent (2629 bytes)
    5: ...l the while spending time with their children and family at the same time fulfilling social obligations. T...
  21. Culture of Japan (2980 bytes)
    3: ... that comprise the Japanese Society. Among others Family, Friends and Organization play a vital role in de...
    7: ...nd a part of [[Japonic languages|Japonic Language Family]], the [[Japanese language]] has much of its owin...
  22. New Woman (1507 bytes)
    3: ...860s, usually in terms of concern for neglected [[family|families]] and [[husband]]s, the term New Woman w...
  23. Heather Has Two Mommies (2821 bytes)
    1: ...much loved by [[child]]ren, it portrays Heather's family as [[normal behavior|normal]] rather than [[devia...
    3: ...mes an icon for supporters of non-[[tradition]]al family structures.
  24. Wild Swans (2356 bytes)
    1: ... her mother, and her gandmother. The women of the family are witness to, and affected by the century's pol...
    3: ...ok covers China and Chinese [[woman|women]] and [[family|families]] in the time of local rulers and [[warl...
  25. AGA saga (1583 bytes)
    3: ...ships between [[woman|women]], [[men|men]], and [[family]].
  26. Family and consumer science (1173 bytes)
    1: ...id in creating healthier and happier [[home]]s, [[family|families]], and [[community|communities]] in any ...
    8: *Family [[psychology]] including [[interpersonal relation...
    14: *Family resource management
  27. Self-sufficient homes (2256 bytes)
    3: ... on a very small scale, generally for a [[nuclear family]].
  28. Courtyard (3499 bytes)
    7: ...private, innermost courtyards are the domain of [[family|families]]. [[Rajasthan]]i [[haveli]]s are known ...
  29. Normative (2822 bytes)
    5: ...xual preference]]s, and [[culture|cultural]] or [[family values]] are considered normative. More specific ...
  30. Audio-visual (1888 bytes)
    9: ...oses, by [[artist]]s showing their work, and by [[Family|families]] sharing [[Photograph|photos]] and vide...
  31. Sociology (4097 bytes)
    11: ...while giving birth, when injured or sick, after a family death, or a disaster, other members of the commun...
  32. Society (3845 bytes)
    9: ...while giving birth, when injured or sick, after a family death, or a disaster, other members of the commun...
  33. Modern language (1375 bytes)
    1: ...ly in [[school]]s, or transmitted informally in [[family]] and [[society|social]] settings. Major modern l...
  34. Wellness (alternative medicine) (2088 bytes)
    7: ...ironment, balancing all aspects of work, home and family along with developing a connection with one’s s...
  35. Aloe (2035 bytes)
    1: '''Aloe''' (of the Asphodelaceae family) is a genus of flowering succulent plants contain...
  36. Sex (2608 bytes)
    9: ...ing condition for both the affected child and the family. Decisions must be made as to what gender to ass...
  37. Intimate relationship (1760 bytes)
    4: ...ommonly thought of as the love between friends or family).
  38. Asphyxia (1738 bytes)
    16: ...so been traditionally used for execution of royal family members in Muslim countries, where the religion f...
  39. 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]]
  40. 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...
  41. Chastity (2243 bytes)
    9: ...e of any form of contraception other than natural family planning.
  42. Human sexuality (3059 bytes)
    1: ... to engage in. It can be influenced by genetics, family, cultural and religious beliefs, psychological, p...
  43. 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.
  44. 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...
  45. Bride (1410 bytes)
    4: ... and several bridesmaids, also usually friends or family members. Her male equivalent is a bridegroom, als...
  46. 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 ...
  47. Marriage vows (1729 bytes)
    23: ...hare your vow with someone you trust: a friend or family member you know will give you honest feedback.
  48. 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...
  49. 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...
  50. Organ donation (3156 bytes)
    15: ...sed expressly declined it. The system is opt-out: family consent is still required, but the conditions are...

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