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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.
The program's equality advisory committee consisted of representatives from feminist groups such as Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies (an affiliate of the NAC), the National Association of Women and the Law, and LEAF.
Elizabeth Fry was one of the foremost reformers in an age of reformers and visionaries.
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.
William Fortescue presents a range of letters covering the years 1815-68 which include interesting communications with the Duke of Wellington and Elizabeth Fry.
They deal with such things as substance abuse (Alcoholics Anonymous), the rehabilitation of criminals (The John Howard and Elizabeth Fry Societies), the environment (Greenpeace).
She became a Quaker in 1825, working with philanthropist Elizabeth Fry and supporting the antislavery movement.
Friday May 5 marks the last day that the banknote featuring prison reformer Elizabeth Fry will be legal tender.
The paper 5 note, featuring Elizabeth Fry, will be withdrawn on 5 May 2017.
CHARLES DARWIN, Elizabeth II, Elizabeth Fry and now Ninjah?
CHARLES Darwin, Elizabeth Fry, Edward Elgar - all great Britons whose faces have adorned our banknotes through the years.