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Lend

To provide money temporarily on the condition that it or its equivalent will be returned, often with an interest fee.
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Yes, a hoodie I would also wear, I have plenty of them in my own care, They are very nice and oh, so cosy, When British weather is not too rosy, Great they are, to keep one's ears warm, Even if, when taking them off, messy hair the norm, On a Macintosh, in rain, to keep one dry, When carrying two shopping bags, for my brolly, cannot cry, Handy they are, any sad face to hide, But cannot help what is on the inside, Not the clothes that maketh the man, That was never that of the God plan, I am a young pensioner, in that of the heart, With my hoodies I have no plans to part, They are part of this day and age, Used even, by monks and such, during their living phase, So all is not bad in our time and day, Regardless of what the gloom makers may say.
'With my know-how, / you'll soon be good as new.'" The final page encourages young people to look at pictures of toy animals with mismatched ears and point to where each one's ears should go.
Following three children--one on her first solo flight ever, one who is a frequent flyer because her parents are divorced, and one who is traveling to San Diego for surf camp--Flying Solo teaches young people about what it's like to check one's luggage through security, how to make one's ears "pop" at high altitudes (by yawning or chewing gum), what it's like to see the world from high in the sky, and more.