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These boys acknowledged an introduction to anybody by gently pressing one of his hands in both of theirs, while they gazed, misty-eyed with care, into the eyes of the person they were meeting.
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These were too small, so Elmers School, a neighbouring boys ' boarding school, was acquired for the Commercial and Diplomatic Sections.
These were provided by young boys, who were attached to a force and carried rations, cooking pots, sleeping mats, extra weapons and other material.
These contests included footraces for men and for boys, various chariot races with teams of adult and juvenile horses, boxing, wrestling, and a pentathlon.
These also show that a majority ( 63 %) of the gender nonconforming boys become gay or bisexual as adults.
These seldom attack eunuchs or boys before coition with a woman, or women except those in whom the menses have become suppressed ... some have obtained lifelong security by refraining from wine, mead and venery.
These uniforms consist of a white shirt, tie, blazer or sweater vest with school crest, and tailored trousers ( often not of the same color as the blazer or sweater vest ) for boys and a white blouse, tie, blazer with school crest, and tartan skirt for girls.
These uniforms consist of a white shirt, tie, blazer with school crest, and tailored trousers ( often not of the same color as the blazer ) for boys and a white blouse, tie, blazer with school crest, and tartan culottes or skirt for girls.
These are Bedford School for boys ( formerly Bedford Grammar School ), Bedford Modern School ( co-educational ), Bedford Girls ' School and Pilgrims Pre-Preparatory School ( co-educational ).
These rituals are mainly directed towards boys, as the Maasai women focus on marriage as a coming of age ritual.
These are designed to instill character, citizenship, personal fitness, and leadership in boys through a structured program of outdoor activities.
These expelled men and boys, many very naïve and sheltered, often wound up homeless and using drugs in nearby towns such as Hurricane, Utah.
These boys, usually between the ages of 10 and 12, were then taken from their parents and given to the Turkish families in the provinces to learn Turkish language and customs, and the rules of Islam ; these boys were then enrolled in Janissary training.
Mayer turned her into a glamorous star, mostly popular among college boys, and gave her the leads in several teen-oriented films in the late 1930s and early 1940s, such as Dramatic School ( 1938 ), These Glamour Girls ( 1939 ) and Dancing Co-Ed ( 1939 ).
These pamphlets blended medical rhetoric with religious exhortation, and encouraged boys to store up these sexual energies for a more moral use.
These measures ranged from the introduction of prison style uniforms to the segregation of ' inmates ' into yards – there were normally male, female, boys ' and girls ' yards.
These boys were apprenticed to the sweep, and from 1778 until 1875 a series of laws attempted to regulate their working conditions, and many first hand accounts were documented and published in parliamentary reports.
These communities have sustained themselves over generations by " adopting " young boys who are rejected by, or flee their family of origin.
These performances usually were times when amateurs practiced on the instruments, young boys and girls gathered the instruments, substituting the kulintang with the saronay and inubab.
These teams include boys ' teams, ranging from Under-8s to Under-15s, girls ' teams and women's teams.
These and acknowledged
These deliberate acts of violence against civilians were acknowledged by the CIA as early as late 1983, when Duane Clarridge, Latin America division chief of the CIA ’ s Directorate for Operations, reported in a secret briefing to the Senate subcommittee that his contras had murdered " civilians and Sandinista officials in the provinces, as well as heads of cooperatives, nurses, doctors and judges.
These ranged from Royalists who wished to place King Charles II on the throne, to men like Oliver Cromwell, who wished to govern with a Parliament voted in by an electorate determined by property ownership, similar to that enfranchised before the civil war, to the Levellers, influenced by the writings of John Lilburne, who wanted parliamentary government based on an electorate constituted of every head of household ( normally though not necessarily male as was acknowledged in the Putney Debates ), through to other groups with smaller followings like the Fifth Monarchists, Gerrard Winstanley and the Diggers, the Ranters, and the Society of Friends ( Quakers ).
These mountains are sparsely populated by tribal minorities who traditionally have not acknowledged the border with Vietnam any more than lowland Lao have been constrained by the 1, 754-kilometer Mekong River border with Thailand.
These documents acknowledged that free software products such as Linux were technologically competitive with some of Microsoft's products, and set out a strategy to combat them.
On Diogenes ' first list of seven, which he introduces with the words " These men are acknowledged wise ," Periander appears instead of Myson ; the same substitution appears in The Masque of the Seven Sages by Ausonius.
These runs into North Vietnamese territorial waters coincided with South Vietnamese coastal raids and were interpreted as coordinated operations by the North, which officially acknowledged the engagements of 2 August 1964.
These rankings appeared in the THES-QS World University Rankings, a widely acknowledged international ranking of universities.
These accounts also indicate that the Germans were aware of Churchill's whereabouts at the time and were not so naive as to believe he would be travelling alone on board an unescorted and unarmed civilian aircraft, which Churchill also acknowledged as improbable.
These have occurred more frequently since the government of Kim Jong Il acknowledged it had abducted Japanese nationals and tested ballistic missiles.
Although no broadcaster or government has acknowledged operating one of these stations, a 1998 article in The Daily Telegraph quoted a spokesperson for the Department of Trade and Industry ( the government department that, at that time, regulated radio broadcasting in the United Kingdom ) as saying, " These stations are what you suppose they are.
These Fraticelli were divided into three sects: those acknowledging Tommaso da Bojano, former Bishop of Aquino ; the followers of the pretended minister general, Bernard of Sicily ; and those who claimed Angelo da Clareno as their founder and acknowledged only his successor as their general.
These newly-dubbed Harranian Sabians acknowledged Hermes Trismegistus as their prophet and the Corpus Hermeticum as their sacred text, being a group of Hermeticists.
These seven regions have been acknowledged as a biodiversity hot-spot, having a generally greater number of endemic species than most other regions in Australia.
These sprawling, voluminous notebooks that Marx put together for his research on political economy, particularly those materials associated with the study of " primitive communism " and pre-capitalist communal production, in fact, show a more radical turning " Hegel on his head " than heretofore acknowledged by most mainstream Marxists and Marxiologists.
These same mortars, using high-explosive shells, came to be acknowledged by the U. S. Army command and army personnel as being one of the most effective means of striking at stationary targets, such as machine gun nests, prepared strong points, pillboxes and even the powerful German 88 mm guns.
These activists were initially encouraged to criticize the Gang of Four and previous failed government policies as part of Deng Xiaoping's struggle to gain power but the wall was closed in December 1979 when the leadership and the communist party system were being criticized along with acknowledged mistakes and previous leaders.
These groups united and Ta Thu Thau was acknowledged as the most notable leader of the Trotskyists in Vietnam.
These second prototypes were used for development and then user trials, all of which were completed by 1989, before Japan formally acknowledged the Type 90 in 1990.
These were the best in the world at that time and even fifty years later it is acknowledged that these are key people in the formation of modern motor racing.