bloodline

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  • Her impact on the present bloodlines will be felt for many more years to come.
  • While the three nations share common royal bloodlines, major wars have taken place between them.
  • He saw everything about the original three fallen ones and their bloodlines.
  • The Japanese invasion during the second world war gives a mixed bloodline with Japanese.
  • Two years later, it was followed by Bloodline, and there are now nine books in the series.
  • The Queen claims that she wants her bloodline to continue upon the throne.
  • She also possesses time magic, a secret art known only by those of the royal bloodline.
  • They also maintain a separate record of non-white foals from these bloodlines.
  • ET can allow a producer to grow his flock quickly with above average individuals of similar bloodlines.
  • Their bloodline has extreme speed and can pass for human, even to witches.
  • Many working horse bloodlines ended, while lines more suitable for sports and recreation survived.
  • According to the mother, she did not have the bloodline to marry.
  • Once a general-purpose working ranch horse, different bloodlines now specialize in different events.
  • Bloodlines are often considered, as some bloodlines are known to cross well with others.
  • She was a regular in season seven, and appeared in the "Bloodline" episode for season eight.
  • They invested all of their power in their creations, thus leaving no bloodline.
  • Bloodline was an American blues rock band composed of the sons of several well-known rock musicians.
  • Efforts have been made to preserve the horses and improve their bloodline.
  • Park management felt that the horses created with the outside bloodlines would sell better at subsequent auctions.
  • However, one did not even have to share the same bloodline with others in order to build more social ties in their community.
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