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Associated Press Good lineage: Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon's son Miles, 25, is new at this acting thing.
The lineage — from Tom Kite and Ben Crenshaw to Justin Leonard to Spieth — is impressive, though Ghim won’t back down from trying to rise to those heights.
As a way to honor the family lineage, McIntyre's father named his newborn son Francis Pettygrove McIntyre.
Thrones was rife with clandestine alliances, brothels, interwoven royal lineages, giants, dragons and Dothraki.
He's been in the business five decades, and his family wrestling lineage is even longer.
Similarly, a lintel uncovered during the excavation explores the lineage of another woman of high rank, Adatalabe, who counts a royal prince among her blood line.
Plus, in the books, an additional prophesy from a woods witch claims that the PTWP would be in the lineage of Aerys and Rhaella Targaryen, who are Dany’s parents.
Nodding to his Louisiana upbringing and artistic lineage, Batiste played familiar numbers from the likes of Fats Domino and Ray Charles.
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LINEAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lineage for English Language Learners
: the people who were in someone's family in past times
LINEAGE Defined for Kids
medical Definition of lineage
- replication in T cell lineages
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