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  • n. The quality of being familial.


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familial +‎ -ity


  • As the sun set on the hills, the interior of the restaurant was lit with a warm red glow that did not subtract from its refrigerated coolness but only added to its atmosphere of goodwill and end-of-the-day familiality.

    Rain Gods

  • Food lubricates the merrymaking machine, along with alcohol for Chinese New Year, its always Hennessey XO or Jolly Shandy, providing a sense of familiality and communion.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • "These findings further support the familiality and validity of bipolar in youth and indicate a need for early identification and treatment," the researchers said. - medical news plus CME for physicians

  • Alternatively, these results may reflect increased familiality/heritability of the negative class, the presence of multiple 1q schizophrenia risk genes, or a pleiotropic 1q risk locus or loci, with stronger genotype-phenotype correlation with negative/deficit symptoms.

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  • The strong familiality of living to extreme ages suggests that human longevity is genetically regulated.

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