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While these two terms might be broadly interchangeable in some places, we can detect a certain degree of affinity between term and terrain.
(c) Certain marriages within other degrees of affinity or consanguinity prohibited; penalties.
I had once imagined that I too might one day be involved in that large, confusing family with its extended degrees of affinity.
Roman civil law prohibited marriages within four degrees of consanguinity but had no degrees of affinity with regards to marriage.
They were also granted a Papal Dispensation, they being related in the 3rd and 3rd degrees of affinity.
Adhesion: the coating must adhere to the product, meaning there must be a degree of affinity between the ingredient and the product.
Janet Stewart married Malcolm Fleming, 3rd Lord Fleming, despite being related within a forbidden degree of affinity.
These were lists, prepared by collating observations on the actions of substances one upon another, showing the varying degrees of affinity exhibited by analogous bodies for different reagents.
The tetrameric protein contains four identical subunits (homotetramer), each of which can bind to biotin (Vitamin B, vitamin H) with a high degree of affinity and specificity.
Within the Church important new laws were pronounced on simony (the purchasing of positions relating to the church), on clerical marriage and from 1059 laws extending the prohibited degrees of Affinity.
On the other hand, DNA binding sites for a given transcription factor are usually all different, with varying degrees of affinity of the transcription factor for the different binding sites.
Henry also petitioned, in the event of his becoming free, a dispensation to contract a new marriage with any woman even in the first degree of affinity, whether the affinity was contracted by lawful or unlawful connection.
The Council of Trent (1545-1563) limited the impediment to marriage on account of affinity when the affinity is created out of marriage (eg., by force or extra-matrimonial intercourse) to the second degree of affinity.
Chicomuceltec's relationship with Wastek was established in the late 1930s (Kroeber 1939), which concluded via word-list comparisons with other Mayan languages that it bore a higher degree of affinity with Wastek than other Mayan language branches.
The small businessman may not think of himself as being in the same league as the Maxwells and Murdochs of this world but if he produces leaflets, price lists, brochures or any other form of printed material, he has some degree of affinity with them.
In this case the infant is regarded in Islam as having the same degree of affinity as in consanguinity and therefore prohibited in marriage when he grows up to those related to the wet nurse by the same degree as if to his own mother.
Such cases are error, violence, Holy orders, disparity of worship, public conjugicide, consanguinity in the direct line or in the first degree (equal) of the collateral Line and the first degree of affinity (from lawful intercourse) in the direct line.
There is nothing outrageous about this hypothesis, not least because the world's equilibrium will in future depend on ever closer cooperation between Europe and the United States in the fields of politics, economics and defence, which presupposes a certain degree of affinity regarding basic models of society.
The Constitution guarantees that no accused person may be forced to incriminate himself or herself, and the authorities are forbidden to force testimony from any close relative, whether related by blood or marriage, that is, "within the fourth degree of consanguinity or the second degree of affinity."
The latter pavements, admittedly, share a number of features which, together, indicate a much greater degree of affinity: similar acanthus scroll and arrangement of designs at Stonesfield and Woodchester, or the almost identical styles of the animals at Woodchester and Barton Farm.
While the impediment of affinity is close to but not as compelling as that of consanguinity, the reasoning behind the prohibited degrees of affinity being treated the same as that of consanguinity is the nearness to the blood relatives by the very act of sexual intercourse.
Sam has shown certain degree of affinity to the name Chuck Finley and in "Blind Spot", episode 11, fourth season of Burn Notice, has declined to relinquish that cover I.D. despite the adversary having the same name and despite there being risk of blowing up of the cover.