Recent Examples of lineage from the Web
If the internet’s fake news problem has a coherent genealogy, its lineage runs through Adams’s body of work.
Why is not clear, but in March a Moroccan newspaper called Al-Ousboue traced the queen’s lineage back 43 generations.
The German press also point to his lineage as the grandson of Helmuth James Graf von Moltke, a prominent dissident executed in 1945.
The group is part of the national society of women who can trace their lineage to patriots who fought in the American Revolutionary War.
Most royal wedding tiaras are from the royal vault, but Diana's actually belonged to her family, who can trace their lineage back to the Tudor period, People reports.
Noah Grant Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution and proud of her Risley and Hotchkiss lineage.
After tracing his lineage with Ancestry.com, Eruzione shares the personal message for all winter sports athletes about what being an American means to him.
Their plight, in fact, is the work of a dog-hating politician who comes from a clan with a long cat-loving lineage.
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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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