young person

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I think those were the words, as reported excitably, in my presence, by the Young Person.
In other words, he descended immediately into a bottomless pit of confusion, and the Young Person followed him down.
I should feel very much obliged to you, sir, if you would kindly tell me what I had better do," remarked the Young Person.
I thought it high time to help the Young Person out.
But why do Young Persons in service all perspire at the hands?
In my state of health Young Persons disagree with me.
COMMUNITY SPONSORED BY THE SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT This celebrates work by a young person or group that improves the lives of others in a community.
We need Liberian innovators to made things here, we want the youth to understand what is entrepreneurship and ecosystem, because this organization is about shifting the mind of every young person across this country to bring out the talent that they get', says Pewee.
The Regional Young Persons of the Year will receive APS3,000, and the Commonwealth Young Person of the Year will pick up APS5,000.
Currently for every young person Teenage Cancer Trust can support there's another that we can't reach.
They ask young people for proof of council tax, now why would a young person living at home have such a document?
On the face of it, it seems as if the young person, was left at risk.
Sometimes the effects of being a sibling of a young person with ASD are exhibited as negative behaviors or concerns.
If you're a young person or family on an ordinary income, then a home of your own must feel increasingly out of reach.
Seeing a young person successfully move back to their fa mily or become a young adult who is settled and independent and still keeps in touch makes it all worth it.
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