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Minor

A person who has not reached the age of majority, which varies from 15 to 25 depending on jurisdiction and situation. A minor has fewer legal rights and responsibilities than a legal adult. For example, a minor may not enter contracts or vote, and often has personal restrictions on tobacco or alcohol consumption and sexual activity.

minor

A person who has not yet reached the age of majority required to enter into binding contracts.

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Harold, 37, of Urbana, said Minor used a crude term to question her sexuality and repeated the N-word several times during a meeting that lasted more than an hour.
In fact, according to the data, last year more than 130 minor riders were killed in accidents.
Announcement further said that outlet canals of Nawabshah-1 Sub Division including Darro Minor, Dhoro Naro Minor, Khaiaryoon Minor, Jheemal Minor, Nawaz Dahri Minor and outlet canals of Shahpur Sub Division including Suhailo Minor, Deewanabad Minor, Jamsahib Distry, Wasro Minor, Chhan Bandhni Minor and Shah Hussain Minor would also remain close from February 7 to February 14, 2018 till 6 am.
We are excited to offer our students the opportunity to pursue an Arabic minor, the first minor for Georgetown's Qatar campus.
This contributed to average seaborne minor bulk trade growth of only 0.
First, a family can either regularly host an orphan or a minor for half a day to provide them with a friendly family atmosphere.
Market complexes, railway stations, sewers, heating mains, basements, bus stations, underground walkways, car washes and other areas were examined as many minors usually crowd there.
This crime is concerned with three elements ( The state of the victim, that they have to be minors, the material element which is related to seizing the opportunity of the need or weakness of the victim (the Minor) and the result which is concerned with the defendant gaining any profits related to money which leads to harming the financial interest of the minor, and the financial element which is concerned with harming the victim in the form of criminal intent.
Rest breaks for minors must be 15 minutes paid time and minors must be compensated for at least half their regularly scheduled shift or an hour's wages, whichever is greater, when a minor reports for work and is sent home for lack of work.
The price for an adult ticket is $8 or less at more than 80% of Minor League Baseball's stadiums.
A designation paying a death benefit to a child of the insured might read: "to [name of child], child of the insured; provided that if any proceeds become payable when [name of child] is a minor as defined in the [state] Uniform Transfers to Minors Act, such proceeds shall be paid to [name of adult] as custodian for [name of child] under the [state] Uniform Transfers to Minors Act.
The great majority of states and the District of Columbia currently allow a minor to obtain confidential prenatal care, including regular medical visits and routine services for labor and delivery.