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Friday, March 25, 2011

Lifehack's Guide to Family Relations

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  1. You could also go to wolfram alpha and search up something like "cousin's cousin's sister's husband's cousin twice removed"

    and it will give you the entire genealogy with a chard

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  2. That's pretty awesome , thanks for sharing Darkkal

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  3. This is straightforward and easy to follow. Ann Garczynski and Cindy Famso, bet you already knew all of this "stuff".

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    1. Hi Edwin, if you remove the full stop at the end of the link it'll work & more ppl will get your interesting post. [which i had to search for!]
      eg. http://tyadar.blogspot.ca/2016/02/on-naming-of-extended-family.html

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    2. Thank you, Fair Logic,
      Unfortunately, I can't get back into the comment to edit it, no "Edit" button.

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    3. LifeHacks does not provide for active links in its comments. Please copy and paste my blog URL (either from my comment above or from Fair Logic's reply to my comment) to visit my discussion of the logical flaw.

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  5. This is the American conventional system for naming extended family relationships. Unfortunately, it includes a very serious logical flaw as I discuss on my blog at http://tyadar.blogspot.ca/2016/02/on-naming-of-extended-family.html

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