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  • noun Plural form of adolescence.

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Examples

  • As he shared school plays, the angst of three adolescences, graduations, birthdays and holidays, Irv became a fixture in our lives.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Thanks Dad

  • Baby boomers, who were notorious for prolonging their own adolescences well into their 20s and beyond "Seinfeld," anyone?

    Don't Let Your Grown Kids Ruin Your Future

  • As he shared school plays, the angst of three adolescences, graduations, birthdays and holidays, Irv became a fixture in our lives.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Thanks Dad

  • One thing his play and all his research have made clear to him, Goodchild says, is the similarities between Teller and Oppenheimer: both brilliant children who had difficult adolescences, both men of science "used by people who were more sophisticated politically than they were."

    'American Scrapbook' draws on Kennedy family's favorite poems

  • Difficulties arose too from their children, both of us suffering troubled adolescences.

    Our parents resented us

  • Let me let you in on a little secret: we tall women, even the. 00001% of us that turn out to be models (for no matter our weight or looks, tall women constantly hear "You should be a model!") go through gangly, lanky, clumsy, klutzy adolescences ... and that's before we attempt to walk in heels.

    Brett Ashley McKenzie: Michelle: And Tall Women the World Over Rejoiced

  • While growing up in the Midwest hiding our true sexual identities, all bullied by the objects of our desire -- the jocks, farm boys, frat boys, and even other closeted "bi-curious" guys; we all had escaped our painful adolescences and moved to the big city.

    Scott Foval: Five Years On: My Diagnosis And Mission Living As HIV+

  • A preference for nighttime over daytime activities may be associated with antisocial behaviour in adolescences, even in children as young as 8-years-old, according to a new study.

    Sleep Patterns Affects Teen Behavior | Impact Lab

  • ~ Sleep pattern linked with teen's behavior -- "New study findings suggest that a preference for nighttime over daytime activities may be associated with antisocial behavior in adolescences, even in children as young as 8 years old."

    Speedlinking 7/22/07

  • I do not believe people realize what an impact it plays on those unknowing adolescences.

    missxjackie Diary Entry

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