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  • Cousins — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Dave Cousins (* 1945), britischer Musiker DeMarcus Cousins (* 1990), amerikanischer Basketballspieler Frank Cousins (1904–1986), britischer Politiker Harold B. Cousins (1916–1992), US amerikanischer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Cousins — may refer to: Cousins (film) Cousins (TV series) Cousins (song) Cousins (band) More than one cousin Cousins (surname), people with the surname Cousins See also Cousins Subs, a US sandwich chain …   Wikipedia

  • Cousins — (spr. kös ns), Samuel, engl. Kupferstecher, geb. 9. Mai 1801 in Exeter, gest. 7. Mai 1887 in London, war Schüler von S. William Reynolds, bei dem er sich in der Mezzotinto und Aquatintamanier ausbildete, und wurde 1855 Mitglied der Akademie. Er… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Cousins — (spr. kössĭns), Samuel, engl. Kupferstecher in Mezzotintomanier, geb. 1801 zu Exeter, gest. 7. Mai 1887 in London; bes. fürstl. Bildnisse nach Winterhalter u.a …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • cousins —    English, like most languages, has a procedure for stating the precise relationship between persons of common descent; a typical designation is second cousins, once removed. First cousins are persons sharing a common grandparent; second cousins …   Dictionary of units of measurement

  • Cousins — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Cousins (homonymie). Cousins Données clés Réalisation Joel Schumacher Scénario Jean Charles Tacchella Stephen Metcalfe Acteurs principaux …   Wikipédia en Français

  • cousins —    An Englishman addresses some Americans by this term in Ian Fleming’s Goldfinger. There is a joking allusion to ‘our American cousins’, a phrase sometimes used by British speakers with reference to a common ancestry …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • Cousins — This unusual and interesting surname is a patronymic of Cousin, which is of early medieval English and French origin, and is from a nickname, derived from the Middle English (1200 1500), Old French co(u)sin, cusin , from the Latin consobrinus ,… …   Surnames reference

  • cousins — See cross cousin ; parallel cousin …   Dictionary of sociology

  • cousins — cous·in || kÊŒzn n. son or daughter of one s aunt or uncle …   English contemporary dictionary

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