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Casino tycoon Stanley Ho's family in pictures

Macau casino tycoon Stanley Ho says the power struggle for control of his empire has been resolved - but some family members aren't convinced. Meet a few of the 89-year-old tycoon's four wives and 17 children. Click on the link underneath this gallery to learn more in a full story.

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file photo taken on July 16, 2008 shows Macau tycoon Stanley Ho waving during the listing ceremony of his part-owned company SJM Holdings Limited in Hong Kong. Macau tycoon Stanley Ho said on television on January 26, 2011 that a brawl with relatives whom he accused of stealing his $3.1-billion (U.S.) empre was "resolved".

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Chan Un-chan, third wife of Macau tycoon Stanley Ho, speaks to reporters at her home in Hong Kong January 25, 2011. Macau casino magnate Stanley Ho on Tuesday accused his family of misappropriating core parts of his gambling empire and leaving him with "almost nothing" after a share restructuring he said was done without his consent.

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Stanley Ho's fourth wife Angela Leong (R) at the listing ceremony of his part-owned company SJM Holdings Limited in Hong Kong on July 16, 2008.

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Pansy Ho, managing director of Shun Tak Holdings Limited, and daughter of Macau casino tycoon Stanley Ho as she attends the International Women's Forum World Cornerstone Conference in Hong Kong.

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Hong Kong actress Josie Ho, daughter of Macau casino mogul Stanley Ho, poses during a news conference in Hong Kong, on four locally made and invested movies to participate in the upcoming Venice Film Festival, August 28, 2006. Ho starred in 'exiled', which was directed by Hong Kong's Johnny To.

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Sabrina Ho, daughter of Macau tycoon Stanley Ho, arrives at the house of Chan Un-chan, Ho's third wife, in Hong Kong January 26, 2011. Ho backtracked from an accusation that his family had stolen shares in his business empire, saying on Tuesday the dispute was a result of a "misunderstanding".

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Florinda Ho, daughter of Macau tycoon Stanley Ho, speaks to reporters at her home in Hong Kong January 25, 2011. Macau casino magnate Stanley Ho on Tuesday accused his family of misappropriating core parts of his gambling empire and leaving him with "almost nothing" after a share restructuring he said was done without his consent.

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This photo taken on November 1, 2006 shows deputy managing director of Shun Tak, Daisy Ho, the daughter of Macau casino tycoon Stanley Ho, at a press conference in Hong Kong on the sale of one of the seven residential blocks of One Central Residences in Macau.

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