He was next-of-kin to all lonely and helpless men and women on the Ridge, Michael Brady.
How much was old Mr. Baskerville's estate sworn at by his next-of-kin?
A year passed, and yet the next-of-kin had heard nothing of the case.
He's a cousin, you know, and a sort of next-of-kin protector and adviser.
Was it for the constituted authorities or for the next-of-kin?
But perhaps, Blenkinsopp, the next-of-kin won't step in to claim it!
If he ever got back to Earth, their next-of-kin might want the stuff.
Our information as to this right or duty of the next-of-kin to buy or buy back land is of the scantiest.
The next-of-kin lures the juvenile heiress there, and bribes the beggars to make away with her.
On the other hand, in Ruth, the next-of-kin is readily allowed to transfer the obligation to Boaz.