A woman responding to a survey about the experience of illegitimates in 1986 said that her mother ‘was put in an orphanage and did not get full knowledge about her parents until she was 55.’
a person who is illegitimate by birth.
an illegitimate exercise of power by the military
not authorized by the law; not in accordance with accepted standards or rules.
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Outside his marriage, he had four 'illegitimate' children (with one disputed), which may sound on the high side, but that was not unusual.
The main need for adoption arises in connection with orphans and 'illegitimate' children.
He writes that his first experience of the police came through his unruly boyhood and that he is the father of an 'illegitimate' child, born while he was a military police officer in South Korea.
False account names, the use of financial intermediaries, and commingling of funds for legitimate and 'illegitimate' purposes are the rule.
Denying one group their rightful possession of property, acquired according to these rules, was the 'illegitimate' exercise of government powers and was unjust.
Moreover, as Lord Scarman recognised, pressure which appears legitimate might be 'illegitimate' if applied for the wrong motives.
As indicated above, another of the major problems for 'illegitimate' children was the feeling that they were never secure members of their families.
There's simply no reason for not doing the ‘right’ thing in regards to correcting for our unlawful and 'illegitimate' invasion.
Even a political leader herself can with good reason believe that her political power is 'illegitimate' , and that exercising this power is unjustified.
Given all the pre-action correspondence and the obviously 'illegitimate' attempt to get Legal Aid that cannot have been an accident.
She was the 'illegitimate' child of a slave called Brotessa whose master - a pagan called Dubtach - was Brigid's father.
However when our dissent becomes a meaningful challenge to their 'illegitimate' privilege and authority, then they will begin to criminalize us.
Between 1949 and 1956, approximately 2,700 so-called 'illegitimate' children were born there.
An 'illegitimate' child was literally parentless at law, and even the subsequent marriage of the parents could not legitimize their offspring.
In the long run, I think many people will shy away from becoming collectors in an outlawed or 'illegitimate' area.
I have looked at it and I have seen a bigger rise in Ireland, where there is no gay marriage and 'illegitimate' children.
Again, he vows to do penance by marrying Elizabeth and accepting her 'illegitimate' son.
There are 'illegitimate' children over the years, accusations of collusion with Nazis, shadowy tales of unrequited longing and profound unfairness.
In any event, the exclusion of them from the balancing exercise is likewise 'illegitimate' .
Isn't privacy analysis based on substantive due process an example of 'illegitimate' , activist judicial review?
The fundamentalists might inflict the harshest possible punishment on her for having borne an 'illegitimate' child, that too by an Indian.
The 'illegitimate' child of this union is the occasion for the legacy.
There was no such thing as an 'illegitimate' child, a mother had simply to ‘name’ the child and if it was a son he could inherit part of its father's property.
It aims to block domestic usurpers or foreign aggressors from establishing 'illegitimate' rule over the attacked society.
It also demonstrates the fragility of the dividing line between the legitimate and 'illegitimate' grant of exclusive rights.
There are no stipulations for issues like 'illegitimate' children, or the now rampant cases of domestic violence.
We can challenge 'illegitimate' corporate authority.
Manapat said Poe was born as the 'illegitimate' child of an already married Spanish father and an American mother, and thus should have acquired the citizenship of his mother under Philippine law.
It's all lifestyle and marriages and 'illegitimate' children and tears before bedtime.
When you mention that, 'illegitimate' children, that is one of the things which in a generation, twenty years or so, attitudes have changed wholesale.
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