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Definitions

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  • noun The offspring of one's stepfather or stepmother who is not the offspring of one's mother and is not the offspring of one's father.
  • noun The stepchild of one's father or mother which is not one's half-sibling.

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Examples

  • That might be a sibling or step-sibling of the original beneficiary, for example, or a first cousin.

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  • No doubt your children also knew their step-sibling without knowing that they were related.

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  • No doubt your children also knew their step-sibling without knowing that they were related.

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  • Sara 7:14 pm: Steampunk is essentially the step-sibling of Cyberpunk where everything is dark and corporate and individuality is oppressed.

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  • "No person who is the natural or adopted child, sibling or adopted sibling or step-sibling, or the spouse or ex-spouse of any elected office-holder in state or Federal government, shall be eligible to be elected to the same office or offices for which their parent, sibling or spouse has ever been elected." some days i think I'll take my chances with stepchildren, other days I think we better put that in there too.

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  • The Federal Election Commission specifies about 25 different types of people that could be called family members of the candidate, including the wife of a step-sibling and someone sharing a residence.

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  • As is true in almost all branches of all great world faiths, the conservative movement is today stronger and larger than its liberal step-sibling.

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  • Very few people choose their best friends from within their own family, whether it's their sibling or their step-sibling.

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  • As is true in almost all branches of all great world faiths, the conservative movement is today stronger and larger than its liberal step-sibling.

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  • But step-siblings and families, if that family is fused young enough and the family can survive a good threshold - it's about six years - if the family can survive six years or so, the difference is that separate a step-sibling from a real sibling tend to vanish entirely.

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