Full age


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(Law) the age at which one attains full personal rights; majority; - in England and the United States the age of 21 years.
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Many a time I had seen a couple of boys, strangers, meet by chance, and say simultaneously, "I can lick you," and go at it on the spot; but I had always imagined until now that that sort of thing belonged to children only, and was a sign and mark of childhood; but here were these big boobies sticking to it and taking pride in it clear up into full age and beyond.
Yet remember What I foretell thee; soon thou shalt have cause To wish thou never hadst rejected, thus Nicely or cautiously, my offered aid, Which would have set thee in short time with ease On David's throne, or throne of all the world, Now at full age, fulness of time, thy season, When prophecies of thee are best fulfilled.
She looked her full age, and a year or two more, as she lay thinking, with her head on her hand, and her elbow on the pillow.
"And we've had kids go right through the full age cycle, to the point where we now have an 07s team, which is the perfect year and number for us."
Ahmed Al Harithi, a specialist from Al Ameen Service, warned the public from giving out any personal details including the full age, date of birth, or any financial matters, to unknown persons.
When he or she reaches full age, they will have money for education, mortgage loan, to start some business," the MP said.
"He was a very colourful character and this was evident from a young full age.
Importantly, Kolodziej, Reichert, and Schmitz (2018), control for the nonrandom selection into caregiving, focusing on the full age range of working age adult children caregivers (20-65), and using data from most countries in Europe, their generous sample size allows them to look at whether male and female caregivers have differential labor market responses.
Mr Patton said Dad is "emotionally immature" and added: "He believed she was of full age when he started showing a interest in her.
Those behind the directive are also ignoring the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which states in Article 16: "Men and women of full age, without any limitation due to race, nationality or religion, have the right to marry and to found a family."
Across the full age spectrum of adults with treatment-resistant depression, however, the magnitude of the increased risk associated with treatment-resistant depression is less extreme than in the 18- to 29-year-olds.