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The report includes expert studies, NRS crisis caller trend data and results from a comprehensive research study compiled for NRS by the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) that consists of one-on-one interviews with runaway and throwaway youth.
Innovative art teachers can turn such a limitation into opportunities to explore the world of throwaway materials--materials that can be recycled into rewarding art experiences.
Often glass is included with metals and other throwaways.
neither do I''), included here, was subversive even as a composer of two-minute throwaways.
Demento, disc jockey Barry Hansen is a defender of the novelty song, a genre that includes pop throwaways such as ``Transfusion'' and ``They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa
For the past couple of years, the networks have realized that their rivals' throwaways might be gold for them.
It also put their photos on the traditional giveaway lapel pins, instantly turning what are normally throwaways into hot items.
The throwaway economy is on a collision course with the Earth's geological limits.
In one study referenced by the National Network for Youth, 51% of runaway and throwaway youth reported physical abuse.