pre-teen

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pre-teen

[ˌpriːˈtiːn] (US)
A. ADJpreadolescente
B. NPL the pre-teenslos preadolescentes

pre-teen

adjim Kindesalter
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give bail The 40-year-old also told police on a scale of one to 10, his current sexual interest in SIR McLAUGHLIN pre-teens is seven.
As pre-teens age they typically increase the diversity of after-school trips as extramural activities including sports, music, arts and employment opportunities increase.
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KUWAIT, Aug 2 (KUNA) -- Minister of Information and Mnister of State for Youth Affairs Sheikh Salman Al-Sabah inaugurated Saturday evening the 17th edition of the children and pre-teens cultural festival at Abdulaziz Hussein Cultural Center in Mishref.
Matthew Holding, 15, has made it through to the regional finals of TeenStar, a brand new talent competition for teens and pre-teens, and will now be performing at the live stages.
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She plans to hold conversations with her fellow Pre-teens introducing her magazine while collecting new or gently used shoes for Haiti.
WORLD champion boxer Joe Calzaghe has voiced his concern over the new generation of couch potato kids after experts revealed that one in four Welsh pre-teens are overweight.
Some of Starlight's most unique programs include Great Escapes, special outings for children and their families, STARBRIGHT World, a private online community for teens and pre-teens who are living with chronic diseases to connect, Hospital Happenings, including themed parties, toys, and visits from entertainers.
Pre-teens like me (I am 12 years old) need to get involved in the pro-life movement now, rather than wait, for several reasons.
In late October, USA Today reported that the abstinence-only programs, which have traditionally counseled pre-teens and teens, were being expanded to include adults up to age 29.