Shakespeare's last direct descendant
house music is a descendant of disco
An argument can be made that since so many Cajun pioneers copied the Creole accordionist that Cajun music is a descendant of Creole music. But that's another column.
Most biologists consider it the direct descendant of the ancestor of the domesticated two-humped species.
The project is a direct descendant of the Learning Design Tools project and other predecessor projects in the E-learning and Pedagogy programme.
He had made something of himself despite the fact he had most likely been a descendant of a slave.
The internet is not the descendant of the telephone, nor has it replaced it.
As time passes, these species, together with their various descendant species, continue to diverge.
she's a descendant of Charles Darwin
The preferred marriage partner should come from the same neighborhood and be a descendant of a common ancestor.