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“The multi-talented pre-adolescent finds a key that belonged to his father and searches throughout New York City to find the lock that goes with it.”
“I have more vivid memories of the 1991 TV remake, where the addition of a scantily clad cavegirl was more than enough incentive to get this pre-adolescent boy to watch regularly.”
“Bardem plays Uxbal, a single father in Barcelona dealing with a pre-adolescent daughter and younger son.”
“That first afternoon, as he did every day, Ron played ball in his Brooklyn schoolyard with a dozen other pre-adolescent boys.”
“Not smart enough to come up with anything witty so they resort to pre-adolescent insults.”
“Chances are, in an age of increasingly young self-launched artists, we will see a lot more pre-adolescent artists go through voice changes in the public eye.”
“People with pre-adolescent and adolescent children probably hope their offspring are not sexually active.”
“That leaves Nader to care for both his pre-adolescent daughter and his father.”
“Her hollow cheeks, her pouting, sculpted mouth, her little high-pitched yelps expressing sexual tension, not to mention that thing Suzman still does with her voice, slipping down octaves – all that worked unprecedented wonders on a pre-adolescent watching at the other end of Staffordshire from where the action unfolded.”
“Billy's old man nods in appreciation, drops his own small bag of weed next to the blow, covering up Billy's pre-adolescent smiling face.”
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