Power in the kingdom is transferred in a descendent manner.
The adjective, "descending from a biological ancestor", may be spelt either with an a or with an e in the final syllable (see descendant). However the noun descendant, "one who is the progeny of someone", may be spelt only with an a.
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However, many sonar contacts were recorded, and the researchers generally found the evidence to be positive that something large inhabited Loch Ness whether or not it was a descendent of a long-necked aquatic relative of a dinosaur.
The Stanford-Binet intelligence scale is a direct descendent of the Binet-Simon scale, the first intelligence scale created in 1905 by psychologist Alfred Binet (1857-1911) and Theophilus Simon.
Just to make things as confusing as possible, Midway decided that this Kung Lao is a descendent of "Great Kung Lao", bearing a striking resemblance to the legendary figure.
These concerns, thankfully, can be put to rest with 1942's genuine and worthy descendent: EA's incredible new single person shooter, Battlefield 2.
If Nessie truly is a cryptid of unexplained origin or a descendent of the plesiosaurs, the creature could be one of the last of its kind.