- n. Plural form of adoptee.
“However, I think that the increased rights of adoptees is also a factor.”
“All the while the rights being given to the adoptees are the least of any and all other parties involved in adoption.”
“We've been blessed to follow the three "adoptees" and receive letters and cards from them, and watch them grow as our own children do.”
“Other participating establishments that offer discounts for "adoptees" who have their laminated ID cards is Victoria's Espresso and Wine Bar, the Wheeler Opera House and Main Street Bakery.”
“Our family gatherings are getting bigger nearly every year - some blood relatives, some "adoptees", some tag alongs who show up at the last minute.”
“I am sure that there were other people lost on September 11th who had some sort of personal connection such as adoptees, birth parents or birth family members, and adoptive parents but those stories aren't as well known as the one of Tom Burnett.”
“No one is perfect … not even adoptees who are angry at their parents for not fully disclosing their adoption info.”
“There has always been a gap between the emphatic conclusions of the behavior geneticists studying twins and adoptees—yes, genes matter very much—and the equally emphatic conclusions of the molecular biologists using tools like quantitative trait analysis: No, we cannot find any particular genes that vary in concert with IQ.”
“I found my birthdaughter on the “adoption. com” registry … you might want to check there, and search some of the forums for discussions on contacting adoptees.”
“You'll act as an intermediary — between potential adoptees and potential parents.”
‘adoptees’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
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