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Performing Closeness, Negotiating Family Relations, and the Cost of Cancer

Maternal Differential Treatment in Later Life Families and Within-Family Variations in Adult Sibling Closeness

Do Age Differences in Close and Problematic Family Ties Reflect the Pool of Available Relatives?

Close To You? How Parent–Adult Child Contact Is Influenced by Family Patterns

How Sedna and family were captured in a close encounter with a solar sibling


Genome-wide Identification of the Rice Calcium-dependent Protein Kinase and its Closely Related Kinase Gene Families: Comprehensive Analysis of the CDPKs Gene Family in Rice

Do Fathers ‘Win’ or Do Mothers ‘Lose’? A Preliminary Analysis of Closely Contested Parenting Judgments in the Family Court of Australia

A xylanase produced by the rumen anaerobic protozoan Polyplastron multivesiculatum shows close sequence similarity to family 11 xylanases from Gram-positive bacteria

Ulcerative Colitis Patients with a Family History of Colorectal Cancer Should be Subjected to Close and Careful Surveillance

Women’s perceptions of support from partners, family members and close friends for smoking cessation during pregnancy—combining quantitative and qualitative findings

Researching Social Work Practice Close Up: Using Ethnographic and Mobile Methods to Understand Encounters between Social Workers, Children and Families

A Land Plant–Specific Multigene Family in the Unicellular Mesostigma Argues for Its Close Relationship to Streptophyta

Rapid Evolution of a Pollen-Specific Oleosin-Like Gene Family from Arabidopsis thaliana and Closely Related Species

Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci for Stys’s bush-cricket, Isophya stysi, and cross-species amplification in closely related species from the Phaneropteridae family


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The family members of an individual, or members of the individual’s household, who may be expected to influence, or be influenced by, that person in their dealings with an accounting entity, thus leading to related party transactions.

Subjects: Accounting.

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