from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Direct line of descent; pedigree.
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- n. The abstract link between a person and their ancestors.
- n. The pedigree of an animal.
- n. By extension, the predecessors of a particular item or product.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. ancestry of a purebred animal
- n. the descendants of one individual
People are dying, mainly Muggles, but also Mudbloods, and any whose bloodline is tainted with that of the non-magical, leading to a growing world that hearkens back to the time of the Third Reich in Nazi Germany, as well as echoing the doom and hopelessness of 1984.
A closer look will show that label bloodline filled with more industry queens, princesses, and duchesses than any other, and a proven half-century of lady-centric executive leadership in Clive, Tommy, Donnie and Barry.
Equally, if a mixed up bloodline is reason enough not to have a Parliament, what are those folks doing on Capitol Hill?
The bloodline is good too — his father was signed to his first pro contract by Glen Sather in Edmonton, and his uncle served as Sather's equipment manager for many years with the Oilers, so young Drew has been a rink rat since very early on.
The main bloodline of Titans is that it’s basically a journey from action scene to action scene, but in this case that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
The dianthus that have firewitch in the bloodline are the most likely to throw a mid winter bloom out on warmer days.
He doesn't seem to care about her mixed bloodline, which is really strange, considering how elite the Svartans consider themselves.
The bloodline was a bit murky by then and more than one dog was needed for the weekly series and public events.
The bloodline is the same as students from the IITs,
I am both Brit and US (of the latter I am proud; the former is an accident of birth) and your so-called "bloodline" would only be laughed at -- and your great love of it ridiculed -- by the Brits.