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  • n. Plural form of girl.
  • n. A woman's breasts.


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  • Nicole and some others had Matt guessing which girls were which ___girls (if that made sense) and he was good at it and enjoyed it.

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  • Trying to protect retarded girls against sexual abuse, and undesirable pregnancy, and at the same time respect the girls’ rights, can be difficult.

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  • There are many ways to help girls feel better about themselves and to help their families and communities understand that girls’ lives can be different.

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  • Until now boys and girls have sat together in class, but hereafter they are separated, the boy going to a boys’ school and the girl to a girls’.

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  • It's only that I was thinking how dearly I would love to meet girls again -- just as _girls!

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  • Some of the main strategies used include: providing the girls with an open and trusting environment; creating an atmosphere that promotes change rather than complacency; addressing the girls’ problems in the here and now, valuing each person as she is now rather than analyzing or dwelling on the past; using problems as opportunities for learning and change; expecting mature behaviour from all participants (girls, educators, administrators); using values as the basis for establishing rules, with the basic value being that of mutual help and support; using the concept of responsibility as an essential factor for change.

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  • One mother, 35, with six-year-old twin girls, is an advocate.

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  • Her family had adopted Vietnamese twin girls from the Hoi Duc Anh orphanage in Saigon via a Christian charity known as Project Vietnam Orphans, and so I knew them well and all the tribulations and subsequent joys of the process.

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  • I thought those characters were useful because they can be mean and evil, unlike the title girls, but after seeing Betty and Veronica's behavior in the lead story here,

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  • Blair was the one who had the most of fun: playing the part of the Queen and blackmailing other girls is her thing.

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