Families

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families residing   (住む家族)

Kabbur Kabbur has 2059 families residing in it.

India census, There are total 3565 families residing.

There are 3,253 families residing.

families living   (住んでいる家族)

At the time, there were 36 families living there.

Some families living in the community moved to Mexico.

There are also families living in Mulanay, Gumaca, Lopez, and Alabat.

noble families   (貴族)

The city, as the state, boasted many noble families.

It belonged to noble families Ratoldoy and Lórantfy.

It belonged to Zichy, Balassa and Somogyi noble families.

other families   (他の家族)

Over time, it was owned by a number of other families.

Following the Civil War other families moved into the area.

What we must avoid is trouble between us and the other families.

many families

In the early 1900s many families lived in Kaupō.

Afterward, many families get together for a large festive meal.

Khandoba of Mangasuli is the Kuldevta of many families in the region.

families were below

2.2% of the population and 1.3% of families were below the poverty line.

31.0% of the population and 22.9% of families were below the poverty line.

26.3% of the population and 22.9% of families were below the poverty line.

royal families   (王室)

Sung-deuk was not respectful treatment of royal families.

News of variolation spread to the royal families of Europe.

The senate was made up of the descendants of ancient royal families.

children and families

In that role, she decided to focus on the well-being of children and families.

The charity continues to provide support to children and families in Arizona today.

The needs of the children and families in the community also continued to grow and change.

several families

Succulent genera occur in several families (e.g.

The Siida could consist of several families and their herds.

The longhouses were to in length and each housed several families.

poor families

Electricity is a privilege unavailable to most poor families in Nepal.

The plot concerns several poor families living in the slums of 19th century London.

Children who are from poor families in Ghana are likely to find themselves on the streets.

local families

It contains the graves of many local families.

Agriculture and fishing still provide sustenance for local families.

Virgulino's family fell into a deadly feud with other local families.

wealthy families

However, most of this work was for wealthy families.

De Botton first noticed this phenomenon among the wealthy families of America.

Freshmen from wealthy families with social connections tended to shun Trumbull.

language families

They host 4 language families with 30 ethno-languages.

Asia is home to several language families and many language isolates.

The vocabulary of Interlingua extends beyond the Western language families.

prominent families

These 4 Korans still exist until today owned by prominent families of the tribe.

He also recounts a legend about a dispute between two prominent families of the area.

He is the ancestor of prominent families in Pila surnamed Rivera, Relova, Agra and Álava.

different families

At the 2006 census, its population was 140, in 29 different families.

They belong to different families of instruments and can cover a wide range of musical roles.

"Augurinus" was the name of a few different families pertaining to the Genucia and Minucia gens.

individuals and families

Several individuals and families from the area and one local church "adopted" individual houses.

Neighborhood charity visitors taught the values of hard work and thrift to individuals and families.

They provide support and awareness, reduce stress on individuals and families with LBD, and may reduce use of healthcare.

number of families   (家族の数)

In 2012 the number of families registered at Zanuta was 27.

The village has a small number of families who farm the immediate area.

Of the 16 species, Order Diptera comprises the largest number of families.

aristocratic families

They intermarried extensively with the aristocratic families of Phokas and Skleros.

In the aristocratic families of Europe there are also individuals of great vitality.

Most students, and probably the leading monks and nuns, came from aristocratic families.

income families   (収入のある家族)

93% of students attending CMS come from low income families.

Children from low income families get free school meals during term time.

Children of low income families are a particularly vulnerable population in Peru.

families moved

An additional 96 families moved in on August 5.

Following the Civil War other families moved into the area.

In the 1860s a number of families moved from Schoenwiese of the Khortytsia Colony to Orikhiv.

families lived

Many families lived in makeshift roofed cellars.

In the early 1900s many families lived in Kaupō.

30 Syrian families lived in Chicago at the time World War II started.

both families

He gradually endears himself to both families.

It follows that both families consist of paradoxical sets.

The children of both families were neighbors and childhood friends.

families listed

In the 1911 census of Ireland, there are ten families listed in the townland.

In the 1911 census of Ireland, there are six families listed in the townland.

families with children

The camp comprised four families with children and about a dozen men.

Families decreased by 20.4% and families with children decreased 40.9%.

More than 337,000 families with children under the age of 18 lived in Berlin.

no families

By the late 1980s the MJCC had a declining and aging congregation and no families with children.

families such

The feliforms include families such as the cats, the hyenas, the mongooses and the civets.

The family married into other prominent noble families such as Pors, Krag, Vinter, Munk and Griis.

Free settlers included farming families such as the Rolfe, Shumack, Gillespie and Gribble families.

families resided

At this time about 150 families resided in Secunda, with more moving in daily.

As of the census of 2010, 20,798 people, 8,500 households, and 5,417 families resided in the city.

As of the census of 2010, 108,500 people, 43,065 households, and 21,418 families resided in the city.

few families

The village today is inhabited by a few families and few young people.

There are relatively few fish species in few families in the Southern Ocean.

When Gallitzin first started, there were few families, and those were widely scattered.

military families

Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, and the Jonas Brothers honored military families in concert.

She is also a member of the Maryland State Board of Education, where she specializes in helping military families and minority students.

Of particular note is the observance of Christmas for military families of soldiers and sailors serving abroad, on both sides of the Canada–U.S.

immigrant families

One in every four children come from immigrant families.

Milendella was first settled by German immigrant families in the 1880s.

This dish is also popular among the many Russian-German immigrant families of North Dakota.

extended families   (大家族)

The relocation broke up extended families to different communities.

Marriages are typically arranged to maximize alliances between extended families.

Also many extended families chose the names of the native places of their ancestors.

large families

In 1991, however, four large families were baptized in Hiva Oa.

They both want lots of children, with each having come from large families.

The rooms are so arranged that large families may be conveniently accommodated.

not families

Of the 662 households, 23.4% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 52.9% were married couples living together, 11.2% had a female householder with no husband present, and 31.3% were not families.

families and friends

Their families and friends could freely visit them.

Ines and Marko were married on September 1'st surrounded by their families and friends.

whose families

She traced the lives of the 12 children whose families were observed into adulthood.

Capp's parents were both natives of Latvia whose families had migrated to New Haven in the 1880s.

In contrast, in the UK, children whose families or doctors recognize possible signs of autism are screened.

families and communities

They should reject her ‘gospel’ of hate and division in families and communities.

Uniforms and weaponry were handed down from generation to generation within families and communities.

Drugs (sic) are illegal because they are harmful—they destroy lives and cause untold misery to families and communities".

low income families

93% of students attending CMS come from low income families.

Children from low income families get free school meals during term time.

Children of low income families are a particularly vulnerable population in Peru.

families during

The area's first settlers were German families during the late 1840s.

It was used by several szlachta families during the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

They maintained their families during their husbands' absences and sometimes after their deaths.

young families

(To be fair, it was designed for young families.)

Affordable housing drew young families to AU Park starting in the early 1990s.

There are many young families that have children in both Sunday and Ukrainian School.

powerful families

956 in gord Libice, he belonged to the Slavnik clan, one of the two most powerful families in Bohemia.

It was one of the richest and most powerful families of Medieval Provence, known as the 'Race d’Aiglon'.

The "ruling" nobility class fell under control of a handful of powerful families with established territorial domains.

families with incomes

Children from families with incomes between 130 and 185 percent of the federal poverty level can be charged no more than 30 cents per breakfast.

Children from families with incomes at or below 130 percent of the federal poverty level are provided a breakfast and lunch at no cost to the family.

black families

However, after the abolition of slavery in the United States, many black families left the area.

In 1968, 23 percent of black families earned under $3,000 a year, compared with 41 percent in 1960.

In October 1953, the CHA decided to move 10 more black families in, sparking a new wave of violence.

leading families

One seat was nearly always held by a Stanley relative, the second, by one of the other leading families.

The King of Kombo was always elected from the leading families of the district, all of whom were Soninke.

Senator Henrik Shipstead and his wife and such leading families of the church as the Preuses, the Stubs, and the Korens.

ruling families

This practice was followed by the ruling families of Luxembourg, Hesse and by Rhine, and Baden.

The Basques were ravaged by the War of the Bands, bitter partisan wars between local ruling families.

The Ridwan family saw themselves as the leaders of the wider region and the patrons of other ruling families.

families settled

Most of the families settled elsewhere never to return.

All but one of the passengers' families settled their cases.

A few miners' families settled around the mine, calling their settlement "Grass Creek".

new families

In 1904, three new families arrived - I.C.

By the 1910s 1,000 children a year were placed with new families.

Along with his victory came new families, namely the Forbeses and the Gordons.

crime families

Intelligent and well-respected, Napoli maintained ties to most of the major crime families.

As boss D'Elia worked with other crime families in New York City, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Florida, and Los Angeles.

In 2008, the Italian anti-fraud police announced that the bar had been taken over by 'Ndrangheta crime families from Calabria.

families live

About 1,700 families live within the settlement.

Today, some 40–50 Jewish families live in the country.

Both families live in poverty and endure very poor living conditions.

plant families

While TMV is capable of infecting many plant families these are primarily herbaceous dicots.

They are found in many plant families, including Betulaceae, Fagaceae, Moraceae, and Salicaceae.

Onagraceae and Rosaceae (mainly "Rubus") are the dominant host plant families for Holarctic species.

families whose

They founded families whose descendants were quickly integrated the dynamic process of formation of the Panamanian nationality.

I feel deeply sorry for those families whose members were killed in the incident, for those people who were injured and their families."

In April 2012, a bill passed in Louisiana that made vouchers available to low-income families whose children attended poorly ranked schools.

families within

By contrast, the relationships "between" these families within Austroasiatic are debated.

, there were 1,367 families within the Dublin region living in homeless accommodation or other emergency housing.

The show takes a look behind the scenes of the "EastEnders" and investigates particular places, characters or families within "EastEnders".

white families

The income gap between black and white families is also significant.

Among white families, the respective rates were 26.4% and 6% in poverty.

Williams’ mother, Rosie L. Williams, worked in the homes of white families until her death in 1978.

families left

Many Dominican families left the island during this period.

This brought hunger to families left behind by many Confederate soldiers.

It was a pretty song about a disaster at sea, and the families left behind.

entire families   (家族全員)

In a few instances entire families were wiped out.

In many cases entire families were killed.

The terror was mostly aimed at Polish professionals as well as their entire families.

working families

The suburb has however enjoyed significant growth in the last two decades, with younger working families moving into the district in search of new homes.

She has testified before the U.S. Congress and authored numerous reports and commentaries on issues affecting working families, including the implications of the 1996 welfare reform.

Hill claimed that Trump's tax plan supports working families, and that companies are repatriating to the United States and reinvesting in their businesses, creating more employment opportunities.

families through

It has been serving Christian families through education for many years.

The APNs assisted families through the living-dying transition of the illness trajectory.

It then was passed to the Sacheville, or Sackville, and Copleston families through female heirs.

most families   (ほとんどの家族)

For most families, "Vecht" refers to the Overijsselse Vecht.

Even so, most families do set up a "Julkrubba" ("Christmas Crib").

Agriculture work was largely decentralized and done by most families.

own families

It allowed to own the land within Grand Duchy of Lithuania only to own families.

He wrote "Journey to Same-Sex Parenthood" to help same-sex couples start their own families.

Extortion, bribery, and physical violence were used by Jewish Police, who recovered food and smuggled items for their own families.

all families

Overall, 19% of all families and 50% of all genera became extinct.

Instruments from all families are represented including aerophones, membranophones, idiophones and chordophones.

For example, an inminban might consist of all families sharing a common staircase in a large apartment building.

more families

More and more families are affected by inter-caste marriages.

Additional infrastructure to accommodate more families would be built.

To accommodate more families, up to twelve 12-story housing towers will be built.

families affected

A total of $10 million in funds was given to families affected by the storm.

She worked closely with African-American families affected by school desegregation cases.

There are organizations that provide support for people and families affected by epilepsy.