Instead of supporting Hadeel, the principal yields to parental pressure and orders her to back down.
Some stations refuse to run the episode; where it does air, the show runs a parental warning beforehand.
What the son took from the parental example were lessons she meant to impart and others she was unaware of having imparted.
Her attorneys are now seeking to have the adoption reversed and her parental rights reinstated.
And seven GOP senators, led by Tea Party darling Jim DeMint, support the parental Rights Amendment.
The Disciples are just as evidently an offshoot from the Baptists, as children are an offshoot from the parental stock.
A week later the brood is all hatched and the parental troubles begin.
But he was secretly resolved if Ace drew a bad one, to exercise his parental authority.
I have too, as you know, a very great respect for parental authority.
The presence of parental affection renders impartial judgment impossible.
parental pa·ren·tal (pə-rěn'tl)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a parent.
Of or designating the generation of organisms from which hybrid offspring are produced.