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- adj. Ancestral.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as ancestral.
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Ezra Levant, who IS clearly a bigot by all accounts, has chosen to minimize my support of Israel and its right to defend itself based on an unfortunate and regrettable comment I made regarding the Czech Foreign Minister and his ancestrial background.
Wyoming for many years and that they still have their main ancestrial family roost in the NYC area, i.e. - the Westchester County family estate of Pocantico.
Since you mentioned the USA, there are VAST differences in culture, ancestrial backgrounds, religion, and outlook between New York, Texas and California,.
Wait til America puts two and two together and realizes that Palin went to school in Idaho, the ancestrial home of the skin head.