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Gaby Baez, a longshoreman from Torrance, stood with her 26-year-old son, Edward LaFouge, and her 12-year-old nephew, Ricky Martinez.
Meet model Aristotle Polites and his 18-month-old nephew, Augie.
Hero Fiennes-Tiffin is actually Ralph Fiennes' nephew.
Also living at the residence is his 28-year-old nephew, described by Burnett as a longtime heroin addict who has spent time in jail and has allegedly sold narcotics out of the house.
The Stephens family joined around the table, including Katie’s mother, Emilia; her brother, John; 8-year-old niece, Marley; and nephews Jude and Liam, ages 2 and 1.
His brothers, sister-law, niece and nephew had been stranded before the actress was able to get them a room at her hotel.
Survivors include a brother, W. Richard Ferguson of Lansdowne; two sisters, Cynthia F. Mernin of Montana and Jean F. Dorsey of Washington, D.C; and a niece and nephew.
My 5-year-old great nephew Owen, who lives on a farm near Culver, seems destined for a career as a zoologist, or maybe aquatic life biologist.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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