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Things adoptive often describes (“adoptive ________”)
parents, mother, father, families, family, parent, transfer, homes, immunotherapy, home, mothers, children, placement, son, child, placements, couple, status, fathers, relationship, couples, applicants, country, relatives, parenthood, therapy, brother, daughter, siblings, acts, immunity, experiments, relationships, sonship, kinship, sister, parenting, mom, sons, immunization, identity, brothers, grandfather, emperors, grandmother, sisters, chemoimmunotherapy, clients, heir, transfers, admission, masonry, motherhood, ties, filiation, applicant, grandparents, kin, recipients, nursing, homeland, admissions, pairs, household, leave

Descriptive words:
biological, prospective, natural, more, foster, pre, cellular, potential, only, gay, step, mere, most, white, intercountry, transracial, black, permanent

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