“It seemed that his relations with his troops and his battle successes were the source of his pride,” Manson told The Daily Beast.
On agenda: Syrian civil war, Iranian sanctions, Jerusalem-Ankara relations.
America's already deeply troubled relations with Pakistan are likely to get worse.
“relations between India and Pakistan should become normal,” he told journalists.
Given the recent thaw in Russian-American relations, things do seem to have cooled a bit.
But, you see, Mrs. Hennessey, the Pinckneys are my relations.
It would have interfered with her relations with Austin, which were beginning to be exciting.
Shady's relations with men and beasts were unsatisfactory in the extreme.
Yet is incensed against her for preferring her own relations to him.
The relations, friends, and members of the same church were present.
late 14c., "connection, correspondence;" also "act of telling," from Anglo-French relacioun, Old French relacion "report, connection" (14c.), from Latin relationem (nominative relatio) "a bringing back, restoring; a report, proposition," from relatus (see relate). Meaning "person related by blood or marriage" first attested c.1500. Stand-alone phrase no relation "not in the same family" is attested by 1930.
relation re·la·tion (rĭ-lā'shən)
A logical or natural association between two or more things; relevance of one to another; connection.
The connection of people by blood or marriage; kinship.
A person connected to another by blood or marriage; a relative.
The positional relationship of the teeth or other structures in the mouth.