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nephew a word which, like cousin, was formerly used with great laxity: “Henry the Fourth . . . Deposed his nephew Richard,” 1 HENRY VI., ii. 5. 64 (where nephew ought to mean“cousin” ); “you'll have your nephews neigh to you,” OTHELLO, i. 1. 113. (grandsons)

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