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Later in the season, Nancy teams up with Jonathan Byers—older brother to the formerly missing Will Byers, and one-third of the teenage love triangle that ended last year in Steve and Nancy getting together.
But a judge handed down a sentence not unlike Louis's earlier this year to five teenage boys who spray painted a historic black school in Ashburn, Virginia, with swastikas and racist graffiti.
In 2004, thanks to romance writer Nicholas Sparks' The Notebook, American teenage girls everywhere were lied to about love (our friends over at ELLE.com are still emotionally recovering).
There have been two other accounts of encounters with teenage boys in the ’80s.
Kimmy, too, has apparently evolved a lot as a person, having gone through a divorce and raising a teenage daughter while pursuing her party-planning career.
In fact the book is full of helpful suggestions, and seems most successful if conceived of less as a novel than as a chatty instructional manual for the horny teenage boy: how to make use of your tool without becoming one.
Outside, a teenage boy wields a knife to bash synthetic fibre against a tree stump.
Youth who repeatedly leave the center, like the teenage girl, is a chronic problem at Polinsky.
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