solo parent


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solo parent

n
(Sociology) NZ the usual name for single parent
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For a limited time, solo parents who already have the 'Solo Parent ID' gets a free limited-edition Valentine Teddy if they make purchases at the mall worth at least Php500.
Likewise, senior citizens, persons with disabilities, solo parents with valid solo parent ID, pregnant women with medical certificates and minors below seven years old are exempted from securing online appointments and may walk in at consular offices near them.
In fact, her eldest daughter, Gia, is not pleased with how she is running the household as a solo parent for now.
Jesulito Manalo (Party-list, ANGKLA) has approved House Bill 6138 seeking to grant travel tax exemption to dependents of married or solo parent overseas Filipino workers (OFWs).
For the pilot episode, Robredo and Saludar will interview Dyan Rodriguez of Nutrition in the Philippines, as well as Lorna Tambaoan, a solo parent from Quezon City.
I sincerely doubt any other employee would begrudge more flexible time to a solo parent.
The severe Reverend Huw Owen (David Threlfall) teaches her, but she is wracked with doubt over her husband's death, and the struggle of raising her teenaged daughter as a solo parent.
This was particularly the case where the nurse was a solo parent.
And eventually if the option were to exist, the solo parent would be the woman.
At that time I did not realise I had the capacity or the strength to be a solo parent.
A solo parent family is one in which one parent manages the household alone for him/herself and his/ her children, with no regular partner.
Parenting voices": Solo parent identity and co-parent identity in married parents' narratives of meaningful parenting experiences.