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- adv. Using genealogical methods
- adv. From a genealogical perspective.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a genealogic manner; as regards genealogy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a genealogical manner
What Theobald did not assume, however, was how far back these processes go in linking organisms genealogically.
Witte's life is traced from his childhood in the Caucasian borderlands of the empire as the son of a midlevel Russian functionary and the maternal grandson of a prominent and genealogically well-connected imperial family.
The key element in this dynamic is innovation-sharing, an evolutionary protocol whereby descent with variation from one “generation” to the next is not genealogically traceable but is a descent of a cellular community as a whole.
“So, in what way precisely was Wordsworth a—let me get this right—genealogically confused, de-individualized, empirico-transcendental pedagogue?”
My friends at BGS had advised me about this aspect of a genealogical road trip: keeping your genealogically dispassionate companions happy while you pursue the family history trail.
There is one other part of the cell where genealogically significant material is located: mitochondrial DNA, or mtDNA.
Although Pamela is the most genealogically minded member of her family, the Dudleys and Underhills do the sorts of things that make genealogists happy—and envious.
I tried to do the right thing, genealogically speaking.
An interesting distinction, however, was made early on for one racial category, if only in Virginia: Native Americans and their genealogically inclined descendants.
And I do agree that it does seem rather evident that adoption by Joseph counts for more at least genealogically than the motherhood of Mary.