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  •  FMLA (S. 5) does not use (none)
    either the term "immediate family member" or "immediate family," most likely for the very reason that, as it is widely and commonly used in the law, "immediate family" does include siblings.

    The Code of Federal Regulations, Part 825, introduces a usage of "immediate family" which is at variance with the standard definition, even to the point of excluding parents-in-law.


    The problem with the French is that they don't have a word for entrepreneur. -- GW Bush to PM Tony Blair Snopes "debunk": Not Persuasive

    by PJBurke on Thu Nov 03, 2005 at 09:47:40 PM PST

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