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(1) Dan took a paternal interest in my work.
(2) He felt the pull of paternal love.
(3) He gave me a piece of paternal advice.
(4) Professor Johnson was always there for paternal advice.
(5) He gives Jody a paternal pat on the back.
(6) C.'s paternal grandmother applied for residence and contact.
(7) The boy's father and paternal grandmother applied, interalia, for an order for the boy to reside with the grandmother.
(8) But suppose the paternal grandfather were dead when the eldest grandson was born?
(9) Upright bassist Kevin Pate also acknowledges his paternal influences.
(10) Being passive, she can never crete the paternal law that orders social relationships.
(11) At the home of his paternal uncle he was very much at home.
(12) Adhering to these chains guaranteed by paternal law that by saying no to fusion ensures their stability, thus guarantees stable identity.
(13) A start is to ignore the old Depression-era paternal messages about cleaning your plate.
(14) Innocent asserted his paternal protection of Frederick and the position of Sicily as a fief of the papacy.
(15) The boy's paternal grandmother had unsuccessfully applied for a residence order.
(16) He then went to live with his paternal grandparents, who died of natural causes soon after his placement with them.
(17) In 1989 T. moved to live with her paternal grandmother and a year later she went to live with her boyfriend.
(18) He put his hand under her chin in an almost paternal gesture.
(19) My father wrote me a letter full of his paternal love for me. Sentencedict.com
(20) Each of the two cells now contains a diploid nucleus, containing both maternal and paternal chromosomes.
(21) An unforgiving managerial continuum reaching from the father to the oldest remembered paternal relative sits in stony judgment.
(22) My father, on the other hand, could not be so easily summed up in a single paternal nickname.
(23) This is the coldly correct relationship which prevails in these patrilineal societies between the nephew and his paternal aunt.
(24) The infant girl was immediately named Margarett Williams Sargent for her paternal grandmother, who was eighty-three and ailing.
(25) She has worked particularly hard on her relationship with her paternal grandfather.
(26) Once again men get the whip hand; they can exercise paternal rights or evade parental responsibilities-as they choose.
(27) We grew up locked in permanent contention with one another over a meager and fickle supply of paternal affection.
(28) Following the death of his mother in 1797, he spent his boyhood in the various houses of his paternal grandfather.
(29) They reinvent themselves, often without a model for their paternal roles.
(30) It is completely different from the combination of maternal and paternal chromosomes in natural mating mechanisms.
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