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If there's legislation that covers workers,it should cover all workers, regardless ofage.
Eight classes are open for juvenile exhibitors, aged 12 to 16 years,and there is a junior handler competition for entrants up to 11 years ofage.
The man is described as white, approximately 6ft tall, of slim build and around 24-years ofage.
Having failed to make significant scores during South Africa's recent series against Bangladesh,Smith was under considerable pressure entering this series against England to justify his appointment as captain at just 22 years ofage.
And it is fantasy that has always attracted him from when he read Lord of the Rings in one sitting at 13 years ofage.
The court heard that he had a sad and disrupted childhood and became addicted to heroin at just 13 years ofage.
I joined the club as a lad of 13 or 14 years ofage.
Outside this fenced area an aerial slide is planned - this is an inclined wire about 10 metres long with a seat designed for children up to 14 years ofage.
As I am 82 years ofage,a lot of my old friends have departed, so could you oblige this Liverpudlian and wish all the people who knew me the very best of good health and good luck in the future and may the Liverpool ECHO flourish forever.
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- of your ilk
- of your life
- of your own accord
- of your own free will
- of your own making
- of/to no effect
- OFaolain, Sean