Adjective(1) in a straight unbroken line of descent from parent to child(2) arranged in a line
(1) Shiites believe that the 12th Imam, a lineal descendant of Muhammad, supernaturally disappeared in the ninth century and will one day come back to restore justice in the world.(2) Through the arbitration of Moses, God and Israel reached an agreement to add a codicil to the testament that God established in trust with Abraham and his single lineal descendant, the Christ.(3) In his view, it was appropriate to use the number of test openings that he used, notwithstanding that they exposed only 1% of the lineal perimeter.(4) Shiites of this branch believed that the Prophet Muhammad's successors or vicars were his cousin and son-in-law, Ali, and the eleven lineal descendants of Ali and the Prophet's daughter, Fatima.(5) Her name is Katherine Dockens and she is a lineal descendant of Richard Allen.(6) In 1270 it was replaced by the Solomonic dynasty claiming lineal descent from Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, bringing the Amharas from the mountains of central Ethiopia to prominence.(7) This conservatism matches European policies that prohibit experimentation in stem-cell manipulation for the purpose of permanently changing the physique of our lineal descendants.(8) Thus, often a royal lives clause has been used which might identify as the class of lives in being all the lineal descendants of George V who are living at the date of the grant.(9) Yet Tamang women can remarry and are not disparaged over divorce, can retain their own lineal and clan identities even after marriage, and are not expected to live fulltime in their marital homes for many years.(10) I know that in Liverpool in the late nineteenth century around 0.5 per cent of the entire lineal quayage was unusable because it was covered in rubbish: the lad did not know that.(11) The codicil of the Law was added to the testament that God established with Abraham and his lineal descendant in order to awaken human consciousness to the reality of sin.(12) After a lengthy and difficult approval process, Seymour has obtained permission to clear up to 450 lineal feet of vegetation along any portion of the creek.(13) The lineal descendants of a farmer have the first right to purchase a farm.(14) It stated that, ├ö├ç├┐We shall no more commit of the government of ourselves and the making of laws for us, to any one single person or lineal successor.├ö├ç├û(15) He is Leroy Hamilton, lineal descendant of Alexander Hamilton, and not in the least stuck-up about it; he is the decent, unassuming last Yankee of the title.(16) God stands in a lineal or hierarchical relationship to humans; Mediterranean humans relate to one another collaterally and view and address God as a superior.
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Different Formslineal, lineally
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