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Sentence count:39Posted:2017-09-12Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: percentageparentalcomparative advantageemployment agencyparental guidanceindependent agencyvintagevantageMeaning: ['perəntɪdʒ /'peər-]  n. 1. the state of being a parent 2. the kinship relation of an offspring to the parents 3. the descendants of one individual. 
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1 He was born of Anglo-American parentage.
2 She's a Londoner of mixed parentage .
3 Nothing is known about her parentage and background.
4 She is of mixed Australian and Japanese parentage.
5 The novel starts when a child of unknown parentage is left at the house of the local priest.
6 The parentage of two kings was called into question.
7 Perhaps it is their parentage at the bench.
8 There is no record of Osbald's parentage but a Bernician extraction seems highly probable.
9 This parentage would make her akin to Persephone, the dangerous Virgin goddess of the underworld.
10 But whatever the parentage, this new decentralized way admits to no national origin nor exclusive use by anyone.
11 He was born of humble parentage.
12 He is of mixed parentage: half Dutch, half English.
13 After he verified his biological parentage, he felt sad.
14 She was born of humble parentage.
15 She's a Londoner of mixed parentage (English and Jamaican).
16 Pan Parentage was a problem Of long argument.
17 They are chiefly of Jewish parentage.
18 He was born of poor parentage.
19 A daughter of Chinese - Caucasian parentage was married into a Chinese family of many generations in Hawaii.
20 Microsatellites are used for parentage testing in all equine genetic laboratories around the world.
21 We are all the result of our parentage and up-bringing.
22 He was born in France in 1670 of unknown parentage .
23 Review by Simon Caulkin As a genre, the business documentary has a respectable literary parentage.
24 Though described as a gentleman, and obviously well educated, his birth, parentage, and schooling all remain obscure.
25 One clue to the possible identity of the Magdalen in Gnostic eyes is to be found in her parentage.
26 Mary was a one-book wonder who failed to live up to her stellar parentage and early promise.
27 By means of infrared technique, cold typal wheat can well be distinguished and the bases can be provided for the selection of parentage, line and variety.
28 Georg Cantor was born in Russia of Danish - Jewish parentage.
29 No society is completely closed to men of extraordinary ability,[] whatever their parentage.
30 They still did not know her place of birth or her parentage.
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