an Indian commuter from Sharjah in his late 30s, said: "I used to leave home
Timothy Harris, 46, from Sage Close, Northampton, told benefit officials he could not leave home
without a walking stick after a wall fell on him.
Managing director of Homes for Northumberland, Ray Boycott, added: "We feel it is important to invest time working with young people to help them understand what the reality is if they leave home
at a young age.
Greek women leave home
some three years sooner than their male siblings but Italian women live at home on average until they are 29.
Byrne said the program would allow students who cannot leave home
for health, family or other reasons to complete their four-year degree.
Other food items Brits can't leave home
without include peanut butter, lemons, cheese and Marmite.
The judge declined Stewart's bid to be allowed to leave home
80 hours per week for business.
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In Lawrence Kasdan's translation of Anne Tyler's wistful, hilarious novel, Macom Leary (William Hurt) is a travel writer for people who hate to leave home
Coleen was upset to leave home
- a few tears were shed when she said goodbye to her mum," said a friend of the couple.
2) Requiring home-health services to achieve a functional condition that gives him or her the ability to leave home
HE is tipped to become the new Ewan McGregor - all he has to do is leave home
and head for the bright lights of London.
In many jurisdictions, people may leave home
for health care, adult day care, or religious services only.
The great thing about the virtual support program is that it will allow caregivers to access information and interact with others who understand their situation, even when they can't leave home
," says FSA Toronto's Seniors and Caregivers Services Manager, Lisa Manuel.
By the end of the twentieth century, many young people chose to leave home
for pre-marital residential independence.