Forty years later, this one is still invoked as a fundamental guide to Sino-American relations.
“It seemed that his relations with his troops and his battle successes were the source of his pride,” Manson told The Daily Beast.
But of late we seem in danger of reverting to when our relations were symbolized not by the ISS but by ICBMs.
America's already deeply troubled relations with Pakistan are likely to get worse.
A lot has changed in the meantime; the Soviet Union fell, and relations between our countries have been reset, and reset again.
But, you see, Mrs. Hennessey, the Pinckneys are my relations.
These relations and sentiments constitute a social philosophy.
Shady's relations with men and beasts were unsatisfactory in the extreme.
They may have their relations, but they are not those of equality.
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.