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Child

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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Now I'm 51 and I'm still being judged, like millions of other childless women.
Childless couples take part in the auction and the highest bidder takes away the prized possession.
Well, how about if Davis Farmland keeps a bunch of kids hanging in a closet somewhere on the farm, to help the childless get in?
9) Psychological researchers typically divide their 'voluntarily' childless samples into only two groups: the 'early articulators' and the 'postponers.
Childless Sharon and Peter Robinson-Hudson who were left heartbroken by the internet baby fraud
The UK has the highest number of 'two-earner couples' in childless households and the third-highest in families, according to a 12-nation study of the impact of children on women's employment.
Little Otik,'' his latest, sees Svankmajer lavishing much more screen time on flesh-and-blood actors then on the title object, a tree stump that a desperately childless husband and wife raise as if it were their own baby.
Kirsty has also taken a swipe at the jealousy which pregnancies spark among childless women.
At the Californian clinic, the donor eggs are carefully selected by childless couples from donating women who match the infertile woman's race, hair and skin type.
In still other cases, childless women who had pursued a career wanted one last chance to have a baby, he says.
About the Langes: Childless Holocaust Survivor Lived Modestly, Built Successful Business
Washington, June 18 ( ANI ): Men who have kids were more likely to report happiness, whether they stay at home with their kids or assume a more traditional fatherly role, than their childless peers, a new research has found.