One thing my mother impressed upon me was the importance of language. Intellegent people knew words and how to use them. Intellegent people did NOT use profanity and intellegent people will respect you if you can converse with them on their level.
My mother was a life long scholar.
In my self imposed study to be the best Notary Public possible I ran across a word I had never heard before, Consanguinity. I had to go to YouTube just to figure out how to properly pronounce consanguinity. I could not figure out the pronunciation from the phonetic spelling. Once I heard the word I had to write it out as Con-Sang-Gwin-ity. So here is the Notary explanation and Wikki's as well.
NOTARY. Consanguinity. This term refers to relationships between people by blood, being family members. Some states prohibit notaries by statute from notarizing for their spouse, or for their parents and children, or for all three groups. A few states prohibit notaries from notarizing for any person to whom they are directly related. Prohibitions against notarizing for these groups are based on the premise that such acts present conflicts of interest for the notary.
Wikki: Consanguinity, the fact of being descended from the same ancestor.
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