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Every and child
Every day he tells the four winds that no one knows who is the child ’ s father!
Every child will be able to enter the lottery, no matter how he or she performed in primary school.
Martin later reflected on his time spent with his family as a child: " Every time I find myself in front of an audience, be it twenty people or one hundred thousand, once again I feel the energy that consumed me back at the family gatherings of my youth.
Every time that a child was placed in them the priests of Moloch spread out their hands upon him to burden him with the crimes of the people, vociferating: " They are not men but oxen!
Every child recorded into the family records in a each generation would share an identical character in their names.
Every woman, being with child, who, with intent to procure her own miscarriage, shall unlawfully administer to herself any poison or other noxious thing, or shall unlawfully use any instrument or other means whatsoever with the like intent, and whosoever, with intent to procure the miscarriage of any woman whether she be or be not with child, shall unlawfully administer to her or cause to be taken by her any poison or other noxious thing, or unlawfully use any instrument or other means whatsoever with the like intent, shall be guilty of felony, and being convicted thereof shall be liable.
Every time a child separates just a tiny bit more, he'll have to cope with a small loss.
In 1791 Ritson remarked that Tom's popularity was known far and wide: " Every city, town, village, shop, stall, man, woman, and child, in the kingdom, can bear witness to it.
** Every item entry must be within one level of its predecessor, such that each item must be a sibling or child of the preceding item ( thus, no item can be a grandchild of the preceding item ).
According to one Nazi official in 1941, " Every child knows who the Kittelbach Pirates are.
Every child will be able to enter the lottery, no matter how he or she performed in primary school.
* Every Child Ministries — child slaves
* Every child must have someone to turn to
The Every Beat Matters campaign, started in August 2012, aims to end preventable child deaths.
Every process ( except process 0 ) has one parent process, but can have many child processes.
Every child born in Fiji on or after the date on which the Constitution took effect is deemed to be a citizen of Fiji, provided that at least one parent is a citizen, and that neither parent is an accredited diplomat of a foreign power.
Every child of Noah ( non-Jew ) has the responsibility to live by the seven Noahide laws.
Every day after school, Ichiro is tormented by a gang of bullies led by a child named Sancho ( Junichi Ito ), whom Ichiro has nicknamed " Gabara.
Every child knows that a nation which ceased to work, I will not say for a year, but even for a week, would perish.
Every child knows, too, that the masses of products corresponding to different needs require different and quantitatively determined masses of the total labour of society.
Every child would have a guarantee of £ 50 sterling to finance his or her eventual re-emigration, as it was expected the children would stay in the country only temporarily.
In Heebs Winter 2008 edition, Courtney Love told Heeb of ex-husband Kurt Cobain's legacy: " Every time you buy a Nirvana record, part of that money is not going to Kurt's child, or to me, it's going to a handful of Jew loan officers, Jew private banks, it's going to lawyers who are also bankers ...."
Every child must be insured individually maximally up to their 25th year ( e. g. if studying, if not, then earlier, regularly apprenticeship lasts 2½ – 3 years ).

Every and listen
Every day our leadership would listen to world news over the radio at 9 a. m. to follow the growth of the American antiwar movement.
Every day they gathered outside the closed door, to listen to the sound of carving.
Every night, I would drive home along the Westway elevated road and listen on my car tape player to what we'd done that day.
Every note and syllable resonates with the kind of heartfelt emotion we'd like to think is poured into everything we listen to ".
Every Friday, Cairenes gather at Ibn al-Farid's tomb to listen to readings of his poems.

child and listen
Many times it is the ballad that the child learns first, no Mother Goose melodies are as familiar, and it is strange indeed to listen to a little tot singing of the courtly days of old, the knights and ' ladyes ' and probably the tragic death of the lover.
It's a load of rubbish " and later told Spin: " some critics have taken my writing so literally to the point that they'll listen to ' Down by the Water ' and believe I have actually given birth to a child and drowned her.
He used to listen to jazz as a child, but was initially more interested in drawing and painting ( media through which he also expressed himself throughout his life ).
It can also be used to teach young children to moderate the volume of their voice, and how to listen attentively ; in this case, a game is a success if the message is transmitted accurately with each child " whispering " rather than " shouting ".
Part of the episode's notoriety stems from a popular standup routine by comedian Bill Cosby ( on his 1966 album Wonderfulness ), an account of his staying up late as a child to listen to scary radio shows against his parents ' wishes and being terrified by the chicken heart.
The " Abu Rigl Maslukha " is a monster that got burnt when he was a child because he did not listen to his parents.
They argue that a close and loving relationship is vital and if there is such a relationship, the child will want to please the parent and will better accept rules and listen to reason.
As a child, Colón visited the factory to listen to these stories.
As a child, McGovern would listen to her father's singing quartet rehearse in their home.
Ó Riada told people that one should listen to sean-nós song either as a child would listen or as if they were songs from India.
Or if a client is struggling with their child because the child gets aggressive and calls the parent names and the parent continually retaliates and also gets angry, then perhaps they have an area of their life where they remain calm even under pressure ; or maybe they have trained a dog successfully that now behaves and can identify that it was the way they spoke to the dog that made the difference and if they put boundaries in place using the same firm tonality the child might listen.
She has stated that her father would " listen to old records all the time " and her mother had a ukulele that she learned how to play while she was still a child.
The scene was inspired by Scully, who as a child loved to sit and listen by the radio waiting to see if there was going to be school snow day.
If the contestant gave a wrong answer, the contestant was locked out, and his opponent got a chance to listen to the entire description of the same child, before taking a free guess.
As a child, Ravel would listen to his mother sing him folk songs from her country.
Some models have attachments such as mobiles, side pockets for supplies and toys, and clip-on adapter for CD player for the child to listen to music while sleeping or playing.
Just listen to " 5 Hotwheels In My Box ," which rhythmically alters a sample of a child blurting " five " and juxtaposes the soundbite with the bleating of bagpipes.
Leach notes in the introduction to that book: " Whatever you are doing, however you are coping, if you listen to your child and to your own feelings, there will be something you can actually do to put things right or make the best of those that are wrong.
The neighbor's older child listened to pop music on his shortwave radio ; Miyazaki would listen as with him, particularly to programs like Billboard.
Helpess, John can do nothing but listen as they take the child.

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