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After all, Ivanka is not only a senior adviser to President Donald Trump but also his eldest daughter and, as such, perhaps the person the President trusts the most in the world.
While struggling with his novels in Paris in the mid-1950s, Mr. Merrill was interrupted one day by his eldest daughter, who wanted help understanding a poem.
Those killed in the crash were identified as Arlington Heights residents Anita Crawford, 50; her husband, Kevin Crawford, 52; and their eldest daughter, Kirsten Crawford, 20, the Cook County medical examiner's office said.
Her eldest child, a girl, had passed the exams, admitted to Form One (high school freshman class), but the single mother couldn’t even raise the less than $200 that was required on the reporting day.
The email obtained by The Associated Press was sent to Trump and his eldest son on Sept. 14, 2016, the day after WikiLeaks had released the emails publicly on its Twitter account.
Grammy Award-winning recording artist Amy Grant recently shared some news that her eldest daughter, Millie, made the decision to help out a friend in need.
Sanz, sometimes singing along, sometimes visibly emotional, and flanked by his wife and eldest children, looked on as some of the most notable entertainers stepped on stage to sing versions of his iconic songs.
Tommie Easley could see that her eldest child was eating himself into an early grave.
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First Known Use of eldest
before 12th century
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