kids' stuff


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kids' stuff

n
1. something considered fit only for children
2. something considered simple or easy
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It's kids' stuff for Fulham Millwall 1 Fulham 3 JOE BRYAN netted his first Fulham goal on a night Harvey Elliott became the League Cup's youngest-ever participant.
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He said: "There are numerous reasons why we think Huddersfield Town supporters will like Leeds Bradford Airport, including our all-inclusive luxury Yorkshire Premier Lounge and our new CARGO store brimming with travel essentials, kids' stuff and grab-andgo snacks to take onto the plane."
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"They can afford to buy the really nice kids' stuff at a quarter of the price of new, if it's something that [the kids] grow out of quickly," he said.
"Seeing 'Phables' honored as a newspaper column is a really big step in broadening the acceptance of the comics as more than just 'kids' stuff,'" said Guigar, who also does the "Evil Inc." Web strip.
Bonus features can be key to getting adults to pick up retro titles that otherwise might seem like mere kids' stuff.
Starting with Thomas the Tank Engine-style animation, it's anything but kids' stuff as the title-track message kicks in, and it'll be sending shivers down the spines of Bush and Blair.
4 and Gary Cross, Kids' Stuff: Toys and the Changing World of American Childhood (Cambridge, 1997), ch.