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cub

the newborn of a number of animal species as diverse as lion, fox and bear.
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Agers first experienced Cub Scout summer camps when she would visit her brother at one.
The store also sells books and videos to help Cub Scouts learn the physics of the mechanics that make their cars run faster.
SEW GOOD Nine-year-old Cub Scout Daniel Kelly of the 7th Cramlington pack, who has all the possible Cub badges
I was gobsmacked that the Cub Scout commissioner said that if Matthew didn't say the promise then he would effectively be out the door.
I think it is excellent to see what the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts of America are doing for us.
Christopher DeVries searched the sea of blue Cub Scout shirts in the 5K run/walk portion of Sunday's Los Angeles Marathon, looking for his buddy Sam Bashe.
He came home from school one day with a Cub Scout recruitment flyer from the BSA promising fun, adventure, and something about lifelong values.
A TEN-year-old Cub Scout who was the only one of his troop to turn up for the annual swimming gala duly entered all 12 races himself - and won the lot.
For their involvement, the Cub Scouts were given certificates recognizing their community service.
Sam is reportedly giving serious thought to joining the Cub Scouts, while Andrew, though proud of saving his friend's life, prefers not to be called a hero, since it makes him turn red from embarrassment.
Cub Scouts, Brownies, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts--all suggest an earlier time shared with tail-finned cars, hi-fi and black and white television.