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youngster

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a young person between birth and puberty

one who is not yet legally of age

a guileless, unsophisticated person

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one descended directly from the same parents or ancestors

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Children's private speech: An overview of theory and status of research.
This woman can be seen as the embodiment of what the parents of children with disabilities fear about the parents of their children's classmates.
While structurally these families differed immensely, there were very clear patterns in how they related to each other, the extent of the involvement of the caretakers in their children's lives, and the support that the caretakers felt from certain individuals around them.
While some parents gave us permission to use their children's actual first names, as researchers we felt obligated to protect the privacy of the babies.
PEHSUs are clinical units designed to diagnose and treat children with diseases of toxic environmental origin, to improve access to expertise in pediatric environmental medicine, and to educate health care practitioners about environmental threats to children's health.
We believe that the work we do is important and fills a void in the children's book marketplace.
It is against this backdrop of 'home children' that street children are defined, define themselves, and become social agents.
children's knowing and spending time with their fathers;
Certainly, it is easier to blame parents for children's problems--or at least absolve children for problems "they were born with.
Over the past five or 10 years--no one's really sure how long--more and more congregations have turned to offering some form of children's liturgy as a way to build that sense of connection, and often those Masses are packed with families with small children.
Further, police and EMS personnel see parents as knowledgeable, caring individuals extremely attentive to their children's needs and illnesses, which stands in direct opposition to what law enforcement personnel learn as the characteristics of child abusers.
In fact, the children's working conditions are what should really be scrutinized; anything else would be an imposition of western values on other cultures.
Is this a Kafkaesque nightmare, or an unfortunate necessity to protect the children's interests?
Perhaps we can answer confidently from our experience, but we may tend to rely on anecdotes and highly subjective terms like "ability" and "talent" to explain the variations in children's music development that we observe.
Spurred to action, Craig formed a group called Free the Children in his native Canada to advocate for children's rights, and he toured cities in South Asia along with a human rights worker to see the plight of child workers there.
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