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(noun) a detached living portion of a plant (as a bud or shoot) joined to a stock in grafting and usually supplying solely aerial parts to a graft / (noun) descendant child / (noun) a descendant of a wealthy, aristocratic, or influential family / (noun) heir

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The pastoralists are the very scions of scarcity.

—p.308 Surplus (300) by McKenzie Wark
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Uribe’s senior by one year, Santos is the scion of an elite family

—p.109 The Battle of Bogotá (103) missing author
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her grandather, a scion of old Dubai

—p.44 The New Mecca (21) by George Saunders
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many of whom, like the Rockefeller brothers, were scions of the capitalist class

—p.130 Capital Evolves (119) by David Harvey
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