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From: "Bob May" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Out of Africa
Date: Fri, 17 Feb 2012 07:40:30 +1000
What utter twisting of the dictionary meaning of a word to suit yourself
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However, when people talk about being "related" nobody means to be related as two human beings. In a normal, commonsense C3 and D2 are unrelated, they are not(relatively) close relatives. Commonly, "related" are within a few centuries, in some cases (such as in Royal families) within a thousand years or so, though it is a matter of acontext.
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