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The consequences of breaking the rules fall down harder on some girls than others—without the protection of wealth, whiteness, and citizenship, the very common teenage rite of passage of shoplifting becomes catastrophic.
Bond was denied Saturday for an 18-year-old Logan Square man accused of opening fire on a pair of teenage twins earlier this month, leaving one paralyzed, according to authorities.
Pathways/Senderos is, for lack of a better term, a teenage pregnancy prevention program, Lillo explained.
Catalina crossing: Two years ago, Heloise Leblanc, then 15, and Mia Thomas, 14, were among seven teenage swimmers on a relay team who swam from Catalina Island to the mainland.
A child without an early childhood education is 25 percent more likely to drop out of school, 40 percent more likely to become a teenage parent, and 70 percent more likely to be arrested for a violent crime.
Casey Affleck stars as a man paralyzed by an unspeakable trauma, who has to step up and take care of his teenage nephew after the sudden death of his brother.
While promoting her latest album Words, the 46-year-old country singer spoke about the possibility of her teenage kids entering the music business.
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First Known Use of teenage
TEENAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of teenage for English Language Learners
: between 13 and 19 years old
: relating to people who are between 13 and 19 years old
TEENAGE Defined for Kids
Definition of teenage for Students
- teenage styles
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