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  • n. Alternative spelling of half nephew.


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  •   Already, I can feel the absence of my half-nephew next to me.

    Three Ways of the Saw

  • Already, I can feel the absence of my half-nephew next to me.

    Three Ways of the Saw

  • At the same time, the half-nephew was filing papers to assume legal guardianship of Mabel Puffer and her estate.

    Savage Peace

  • Paul Harris Drake, a Boston newspaperman, talked about his conversations with Puffer in which she declared her love for Hazzard, and that on the way to Concord she had taken Gar to Hollis, New Hampshire, to meet her half-nephew.

    Savage Peace

  • He then appointed her lawyer as her temporary guardian until her half-nephew could officially assume the post in September.

    Savage Peace

  • Then, just to be sure that nothing would change before her half-nephew could get legal guardianship over his newly declared insane half-aunt and her estate—the earliest time would likely be September—find other charges against Hazzard, ones that would keep Puffer away from him.

    Savage Peace

  • And this "- the kender waved his hand at Steel Brightblade -" is Raistlin Majere's half-nephew.

    Dragons Of Summer Flame

  • Simon lounged back in his seat, looking mockingly at his half-nephew.

    Dragonfly in Amber

  • He had the slanted eyes of his father and half-nephew, but his were brown, muddy as bogwater.

    Dragonfly in Amber

  • It was by the merest chance that Baruch Frankl and his daughter were not on the _Kaiser_: for Frankl was the half-nephew of Mrs. Charles

    The Lord of the Sea


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