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For tax purposes, the term child includes the taxpayer's son, duaghter, stepchild, eligible foster child, or a descedant of any of them, or an adopted child. It also includes the taxpayer's brother, sister, half brother, half sister, stepbrother, stepsister, or a descendant of any of them.
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School readiness: Integrating cognition and emotion in a neurobiological conceptualization of children's functioning at school entry.
Parents of children with disabilities may be particularly concerned about their children's abilities to make and keep friends.
The majority of caregivers in both branch libraries were the children's mothers, with the exception of one father.
The goal was to define the rationale, structure, and objectives of a novel Children's Environment and Health Action Plan for Europe (CEHAPE; Ministers of Health and Environment in the European Region of the WHO 2004).
Multicultural houses create children's books that document the hidden histories and stories that before were told only within our own families and ethnic studies courses--stories of exploitation and transformation packaged with grace, understanding and compassion for all generations.
fulfillment of their children's desire to spend time with the father; and
That interactional model is inadequate because it assumes that children's constitution and the caregiving environment are constant over time, which they are not.
When children do leave the main sanctuary for children's Liturgy of the Word, they're usually elementary-age (although some parishes also have preschool programs), and it's supposed to be done in a way that does not exile them from the congregation but introduces them to what the Mass is all about.
An interview with a previous director of social services at a children's hospital in Chicago revealed that once hospital personnel became aware of MSBP in the late 1980s they began to take steps to protect children.
Guilmartin discussed four informal categories of children's learning styles: the observer child, the doer child, the listener and the talker.
The history of a system instituted by the Children's Aid Society of New York that placed more than 200,000 orphaned or abandoned children on farms in America's heartland between 1853 and 1929.
The accidental discovery by police ended the children's daily existence in squalor, but it created a troubling dilemma for the state.

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