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Huxtable kids* + Keaton kids + Brady kids** - Partridge kids + Macelli kids.
Y.P.R.: Ten 10s 2003
Developing strengths in kids is about getting everyone: the students, teachers and parents to change their thinking in order to experience the sense of purpose and fulfillment that comes from living life from your strengths rather than your weaknesses.
Jenifer Fox: Strengths Movement Can Revitalize Schools Jenifer Fox 2010
The First Tee, dedicated to instilling golf values in kids, is run by the World Golf Foundation, which oversees the Hall of Fame.
Bush-League Move by Hall of Fame? John Paul Newport 2010
This bias, where you see moms tending to kids, taking greater interest in kids, is found in 95 to 97 percent of the millions of species on Earth.
Starting any sentence with the phrase "kids these days" automatically labels you as "old fogey".
In an age where the term kids movie is synonymous with explosions, poop humor and freakish hyperactivity Where The Wild Things Are takes its own sweet time establishing an environment and group of characters that reverberate with wild rumpus energy one moment and revel in a quiet sunset the next.
Gays may deserve to be treated equally, but they are still a minority, which to most kids translates as "other."
To see him with the kids is a beautiful thing -- I feel so lucky, Wishart says.
'This is fun. . . . Just do it for a little while and see what happens.' Ellen McCarthy 2010
Tolstoy not writing Anna Karenina to spend more time with his kids is a really weird example.
Please somebody enlighten me, tell me that this controversy over the president speaking to our kids is all a joke.