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- n. Plural form of minor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The minor leagues, those leagues of professional sports teams less proficient than the
majors, or major leagues.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a league of teams that do not belong to a major league (especially baseball)
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Andy Sonnanstine, who slid from 13-game winner in 2008 to a good portion of last season in the minors is the veteran insurance.
Time in minors led to Boudreau's coaching philosophy - USATODAY. com
Time in minors led to Boudreau's coaching philosophy
Filming death scenes for minors is much different then filming, say, sex scenes.
An online survey with 2000 or less respondents, most of which are minors, is NOT a valid, scientific way to prove any kind of theory!
Even the fictional portrayal of any form of sexual activity between adults and minors is so stigmatized that no legitimate publisher will touch it, and pedophilia is the one character attribute that is considered to be ultimately, unmitigatedly evil.
Priests making sexual advances toward minors is a “homosexual crisis” in the same way that a male drill instructor making sexual advances toward female recruits is a “heterosexual crisis.”
Of course depicting the sexuality of minors is always going to be touchy, but Sigismondi handles it pretty perfectly.
Well, writing laws specifically for the protection of minors is one thing, but interpreting laws in that way is quite another.
David Koresh, as far as I know, was not the Messiah, and sex with minors is still acrime.
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