Siblings definition

Siblings means brothers or sisters. They are defined as children with at least one natural or adoptive parent in common, living at the same or a different address. Children living permanently in the same household at the same address would also be counted as siblings, regardless of their actual relationship to each other. To qualify as a sibling a child must be on the roll of the school in question at the date of application, allocation and admission.
Siblings means a child who lives as a brother or sister in the same house, including natural brothers or sisters with either one or both parents in common, adopted brothers or sisters, stepbrothers or sisters, foster brothers or sisters, or the child of a parent’s partner where the child for whom the school place is sought is living in the same family unit at the same address as that sibling. It also includes natural brothers or sisters where the child for whom the school place is sought is not living in the same family unit as the same address as that sibling.
Siblings means children who have at least one parent in common. Children continue to be considered siblings after parental rights are terminated, if parental rights were terminated while a petition under Article II of the Juvenile Court Act of 1987 was pending. Children continue to be considered siblings after one or more of the children are adopted or placed in private guardianship, if they were in the custody or guardianship of the Department pursuant to Article II of the Juvenile Court Act of 1987 [705 ILCS 405] immediately prior to the adoption or guardianship. Step-siblings may be considered "siblings" when the children enter into substitute care together, have a positive relationship and share at least one parent in common.

Examples of Siblings in a sentence

  • Ryczkowska 2005, Siblings in a (neo-)Malthusian town: From cross-sectional to longitudinal perspectives,«Historical Social Research«», 30, 3, 171-194.M. Oris, G.

  • Siblings aged 10−22 years old present the following attitudes: passive (50% and 71.5%), impulsive/instinctive (25% and 14%), energetic (25% for siblings of CD), and with realism (7.1% for siblings of CWD).

  • There was no interest in the estate to which the 3 Siblings were “originally” entitled to under the IEO.

  • The 3 Siblings had nothing which they could convey by way of the Deed which operated as a disclaimer of their interest in the Property, and not a conveyance or transfer.

  • Distance 1: Siblings – Documents are in sibling classes.Distance 2: Cousins – Documents are in classes which are first cousins.Distance 3: Unrelated – The lowest common ancestor of the documents classes is the root.Given a source document, we wish to use familial distances to other documents to construct a partial similarity ordering over those documents.


More Definitions of Siblings

Siblings means children who share at least one
Siblings means children with a common parent or grandparent, regardless of whether their legal relationship has been severed, including biological siblings, half-siblings, step-siblings, adopted siblings, and cousins.
Siblings means children who have at least one biological parent in common or who have
Siblings means brothers or sisters. They are defined as children with at least one natural or adoptive parent in common, living at the same or a different address.
Siblings means children who have at least one biological parent in common or who have been legally adopted by the same parents or parent.
Siblings means all children residing in the same household on a permanent basis who have the same mother or father or who are stepbrother or stepsister to each other.
Siblings means children who have at least one