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A just-published Canadian study has added heft to a provocative new theory about bullying: that the behaviour is literally in the genes, an inherited trait that actually helps build social rank and sex appeal. (Fotolia)

Bullying in the genes says study

A just-published Canadian study has added heft to a provocative new theory about bullying: that the behaviour is literally in the genes, an inherited trait that actually helps build social rank and sex appeal.

Colourful Maltese fishing boats (luzzus) with the mythical eye painted on their prows bob side-by-side in the ancient coastal fishing village of Marsaxlokk. BRIAN QUINN PHOTO

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