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There, the towheaded boy was out on a surfboard by the age of S and winning big amateur competitions before long.
Mills' comingof-age story about a teenage boy essentially being raised by three women--his mother, an artist-housemate and a beguiling, towheaded neighbor--paints an endearing and oft-humorous portrait of feminism and sexual awakening in the year before Ronald Reagan became president.
When I returned home with the deer, Aidan, my towheaded 4-year old, ran up to the deer and tried to wrap his chubby fingers around the base of the buck's antlers.
Gustavo, the towheaded youngest with the sober look, is at the far left.
He was described by some as not overly demonstrative, although the existence, all these years later, of a small sepia photograph of my father as a chubby-faced, towheaded toddler, with a frayed piece of string still attached to the back seems demonstration enough for deep and tender love.
Roy was a towheaded, 20-year-old freshman with a bright future when he began his first shift for BU.
At the check-in queue, her mother was addressing a pregnant woman cradling a towheaded baby, while a second child, a boy, clutched the woman's skirt.
The child turned, towheaded and green-eyed with the beginnings of the Talbot nose.
My husband and I are replacing ourselves with two children, a towheaded boy and a willowy, redheaded girl.
But Eighth Circuit State Attorney Bill Cervone, representing the Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association, said: "While it is tempting to think we are dealing with towheaded little Dennis-the-Menace types, we are not.
com)-- When the Orphan Train delivers three-year-old Kenneth Douglas Hardin to San Antonio, Texas, in 1870, Sheriff Chisholm knows that this towheaded little boy, abandoned by his mother and five siblings, is destined for greatness.