eleven-year-old love

eleven-year-old

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  • There is a certain tone-deaf arrogance that must have overcome the First Lady when she told the high-end magazine Condé Nast Traveler in May 2010, “I felt that my kids learned so much more about the history in Europe than they did here,” referring to eleven-year-old Malia and eight-year-old Sasha.

    The Obama Diaries

  • There is a certain tone-deaf arrogance that must have overcome the First Lady when she told the high-end magazine Condé Nast Traveler in May 2010, “I felt that my kids learned so much more about the history in Europe than they did here,” referring to eleven-year-old Malia and eight-year-old Sasha.

    The Obama Diaries

  • There is a certain tone-deaf arrogance that must have overcome the First Lady when she told the high-end magazine Condé Nast Traveler in May 2010, “I felt that my kids learned so much more about the history in Europe than they did here,” referring to eleven-year-old Malia and eight-year-old Sasha.

    The Obama Diaries

  • There is a certain tone-deaf arrogance that must have overcome the First Lady when she told the high-end magazine Condé Nast Traveler in May 2010, “I felt that my kids learned so much more about the history in Europe than they did here,” referring to eleven-year-old Malia and eight-year-old Sasha.

    The Obama Diaries

  • Like she remembers the eleven-year-old girl in 1969 who was obsessed with Neil Armstrong, but who was more obsessed by the idea of being the future: the first woman to walk on the moon.

    Amaryllis in Blueberry

  • He was a kind husband to a pleasant woman and an attentive stepfather to her eleven-year-old son.

    Parents Behaving Badly

  • On and on I went, trying to “encourage” my eleven-year-old son to practice his guitar with enthusiasm and passion, and yet I could see his countenance deflating and becoming more discouraged by the minute.

    Daily Readings from Love Your Life

  • Cognitive determinants of resistance to deviation in seven-, nine-, and eleven-year-old children of low and high maturity of moral judgment.

    Red Flags or Red Herrings?

  • On and on I went, trying to “encourage” my eleven-year-old son to practice his guitar with enthusiasm and passion, and yet I could see his countenance deflating and becoming more discouraged by the minute.

    Daily Readings from Love Your Life

  • She looked toady to me, bloated and overweight for an eleven-year-old, with badly permed stringy dark hair, a doughy face, and angry gray eyes.

    Brooklyn Story

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