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fry

Fish hatchlings that have attached yolk sacs.

fry

newly hatched fish. Called also larvae.

advanced fry
young fish in the post-yolk stage. Called also alevin.
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People are impressed by Elizabeth Fry but it is the help that was given to that little boy that moves me because you can see the result that passed down the generations, and all of those lives that have been made better.
YWCA Canada and the Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies continue to focus on women's homelessness today, co-hosting Expanding the Space, a Parliament Hill forum to discuss opportunities for change in the current climate.
Elizabeth Fry Society-Kaye Healey Homes, a $615,000 project sponsored by the Elizabeth Homes Society of Kingston, ON, will create six units for families and single people in Kingston.
Since 2002 they have been graced by prison reformer Elizabeth Fry.
Elizabeth Fry was one of the foremost reformers in an age of reformers and visionaries.
847) is echoed by Schimmelpenninck's admiration for Quaker prison reformer Elizabeth Fry.
There are many agencies involved, including the Elizabeth Fry Society, The John Howard Society, St.
She works with the Elizabeth Fry Society's Aboriginal unit, talking to women just out of the prison system about self-healing.
I, too, am a professional who worked for many years with child and adolescent victims and with adult survivors of sexual abuse through the Elizabeth Fry Society and as a parole officer.
They deal with such things as substance abuse (Alcoholics Anonymous), the rehabilitation of criminals (The John Howard and Elizabeth Fry Societies), the environment (Greenpeace).