Recent Examples of sis from the Web
The National Park service announced the arrival of sis-and-bro kittens P-59 and P-60 today, though the little nuggets were discovered earlier this month.
Willow Shields Katniss Everdeen's little sis from The Hunger Games was a jealous older sister willing to sacrifice her new baby brother to a woodland creature.
Venus’ late-career revival has stunned many tennis fans, but not younger sis.
Perhaps then this Instagram is a subtle sign of support for her big sis?
This honeycomb-jasmine mix is equal parts sweet and sophisticated — like the hot toddy’s cooler sis.
My tentative youngest decided to watch her big sis first before committing to the ride.
Equally enviable is the actress’ parade of designer shades, courtesy of THR Power Stylist Samantha McMillen (who also dresses Fanning’s older sis, Dakota).
Big sis Kate (also known as the Duchess of Cambridge) will be there with husband Prince William and royal toddlers, George and Charlotte.
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