Complications arise when Jules engages in some casual sex with Paul, blurring the familial lines for all parties involved.
The focus of the song is not on the wider politics of the war, but on the kind of familial suffering to which Cash could relate.
And yet, despite all its lurid Hollywood sheen, this type of familial drama happens every day.
Both revolve largely around the familial, romantic, and professional concerns of the two men, but the similarities end there.
A Jew learns to will what was necessity, to make a life from his or her familial and historical givens, rather than spurning them.
In this case also the whole movement of a life takes place in the magic circle of the familial constellation.
A chivalrous young American may offer his life for a remote ideal which yet may belong to his familial tradition.
Race is such a transcendent parameter and so are gender, familial affiliation or contacts and influence.
He'd clap his hand upon my shoulder and cuss me as familial and neighbourly as if he'd been a common chap.
Again it struck me that they bore a familial kinship to a variety that occurred on the plain.
familial fa·mil·ial (fə-mĭl'yəl)
Occurring or tending to occur among family members, usually by heredity.