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Most children love the animated puppet faces and their flexible bodies, and they prefer to see them as though the puppets were in action, rather than put away in boxes.
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Most classical liberals also supported legislation to regulate the number of hours that children were allowed to work and usually did not oppose factory reform legislation.
Most plant exposures occur in children younger than six years and are usually unintentional and without associated significant toxicity.
Most believed that Henry would divide the empire, giving each son a substantial portion, and hoping that his children would continue to work together as allies after his death.
Most people called it the " Blue-Backed Speller " because of its blue cover, and for the next one hundred years, Webster's book taught children how to read, spell, and pronounce words.
Most progressive educators believe that children learn as if they were scientists, following a process similar to John Dewey's model of learning: 1 ) Become aware of the problem.
Most commonly, children are expected to be able to swim – of which at least on their back – after first falling into deep water and getting their head under water.
Most families have been affected, in one or more generations, by the forcible removal of one or more children.
Most children improve as they mature to adulthood, but social and communication difficulties may persist.
Most deaths were of young unmarried men ; however, 160, 000 wives lost husbands and 300, 000 children lost fathers.
Most Chasidic communities are rife with tales of miracles that follow a yechidut, a spiritual audience with a tzadik: barren women become pregnant, cancer tumors shrink, wayward children become pious.
Most children no longer wear diapers when past two to four years of age, depending on culture, diaper type, parental habits, and the child's personality.
Most episodes included one or more firing squad sketches, where Les would play the part of a Latin American military officer with a sword in hand preparing to order a firing squad to execute one of the children actors, who were standing in front of a post.
Most of these women suffered recriminations after the war, as did their children, who were called tyskerbarna (" German children ") or " Nazi children ".
Most surgeries involving children with ambiguous genitalia are sexually damaging and may render them infertile.
Most and love
Most epitaphs are brief records of the family, and perhaps the career, of the deceased, often with an expression of love or respect-" beloved father of ..."-but others are more ambitious.
Most importantly, he extolled the reading of scripture as vital because of its power to transform and motivate toward love.
" Most of his best works have been revived, and are today considered timeless fables filled with love and respect for the struggles of the common man.
Most romantic comedies place phony obstacles in the way of true love, but Smith knows that at some level there's nothing funny about being in love: It's a dead serious business, in which your entire being is at risk.
Most of the royal families of Europe were unwilling to marry into the parvenu Bonaparte family, and after rebuffs from Princess Carola of Sweden and from Queen Victoria's German niece Princess Adelheid of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, Napoleon decided to lower his sights somewhat and " marry for love ", choosing the Countess of Teba, Eugénie de Montijo, a Spanish noblewoman of partial Scottish ancestry who had been brought up in Paris.
Most guides agree that they always be written with a numeral, as in “ 5 percent ” and not “ five percent ”, the only exception being at the beginning of a sentence: “ Ten percent of all writers love style guides .” Decimals are also to be used instead of fractions, as in “ 3. 5 percent of the gain ” and not “ 3 ½ percent of the gain ”.
Most famously, the plot of Romeo and Juliet, in which the titular characters, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet, fall in love at a party the Capulet family hosts, but they cannot be together because the two families hold " an ancient grudge " ( which the young lovers ' deaths eventually quash ), and because Juliet has been engaged by her parents to a man named Paris.
Most modern tales of " forbidden love " are seen as having been based on Shakespeare's play, rather than " Pyramus and Thisbe.
Most accounts seem to indicate that, unlike her other two husbands, Helen didn't love Deiphobus and decided she would rather return to Menelaus.
Most obviously, the love of the beloved, the love and approval of parents, especially ( but not solely ) mothers.
Most Devons also have one central person to whom they devote their love, and on whom they will most often lie and rub.
Most notably, his love for his hair and his antagonism towards an unknown object, which Ken calls a Schlond Poofa.
Most scholars agree that the English word Maundy in that name for the day is derived through Middle English and Old French mandé, from the Latin mandatum, the first word of the phrase " Mandatum novum do vobis ut diligatis invicem sicut dilexi vos " (" A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another ; as I have loved you "), the statement by Jesus in the Gospel of by which Jesus explained to the Apostles the significance of his action of washing their feet.
Most inductees actually discover the specifics of the act " by accident " after marriage, or under the influence of a love spring ( a magical spring which causes two drinkers, not necessarily human, or even of the same species, to fall madly, and lustfully, in love with one another at first sight ).
The Sacred Heart ( also known as Most Sacred Heart of Jesus ) is one of the most famous religious devotions to Jesus ' physical heart as the representation of his divine love for humanity.
Most other English translations, both before and since, do not ; instead throughout they use the same more direct English word love, so that the unity of the teaching should not be in doubt.