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Her family-that is, her father, brother-in-law, married sister, three unmarried sisters and herself-were expecting to leave for Tuxedo about noon.
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Both these Forsytes, wide asunder as the poles in many respects, possessed in their different ways-to a greater degree than the rest of the family-that essential quality of tenacious and prudent insight into 'affairs,' which is the highwater mark of their great class.
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The Family-that mysterious shadow of which Lady Caroline no doubt showed as the ugliest projection!
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In my own family-that's the Pocock's-the men were mostly Williams and Georges.
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She accounted for every date specified by saying that Miss Lynden was with her at those times, that she had known her intimately for years, known her family-that it was purely a case of mistaken identity, which, if ever pressed, would bewilder her friend, who was neither sufficiently experienced to understand what such charges meant, nor strong enough to endure the horror and shock if their nature were explained.
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When he wrote the word on his visiting card and showed it to Mr. Wiley, Old Kennebec had replied, that in the judgment of a man who had lived in large places and seen a turrible lot o' life, such a name could never have been given either to a Christian or a heathen family,-that the way in which the letters was thrown together into it, and the way in which they was sounded when read out loud, was entirely ag'in reason.
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I had spent my time, wasted my substance for naught, and was now returning to my dependant family,-that, with myself, had been stripped of nearly every means of comfort and support.
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A man is merely head of his wife's family-that is all.
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I had always been told that I resembled more my maternal grandfather than any of my _father's_ family-that is, in the gloomier part of his temper, for he was what you call a good-natured man, and I am not.
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Examples of Family-that

Example #1
Overhead the characteristic deep blue arch of a New York sky spread untroubled by a cloud.
Example #2
Every limb, branch, and twig was outlined in clinging snow; crystals of it glittered under the morning sun; brilliantly dressed children, with sleds, romped and played over the dazzling expanse.
Example #3
If I don't operate, the baby will most probably be born alive, but it's a great risk for the mother-a great risk.
Example #4
Either of them, with a little luck and opportunity, was equal to a lofty career; either of them would have made a good financier, a great contractor, a statesman, though old Jolyon, in certain of his moods when under the influence of a cigar or of Nature-would have been capable of, not perhaps despising, but certainly of questioning, his own high position, while Soames, who never smoked cigars, would not.
Example #5
But another presented itself and frightened her: it engaged her conscience in doubts even when she shook it free of fears.
Example #6
Her own promised splendours, the command of wealth and of a great household-this aspect of the future was blank to her as yet.