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Friend

(frend),
Charlotte, U.S. microbiologist, 1921-1987. See: Friend disease, Friend virus, Friend leukemia virus.
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Coming August 2013, MaggieMooseTracks Making Friends will be available in Japanese, with a Spanish version in the future.
According to The New York Times, psychologists found that students who were best at suppressing their emotions also were the ones who had the most difficult time making friends.
These nursery Neets show the same behaviour problems as older Neets, like difficulty making friends and bad behaviour.
In addition, parents may perceive some of the avenues for making friends to be less open to their children with disabilities.
Making friends is easy for you and you're fun to have around.
Eventually, he begins to learn his new trade, even making friends with one of the boys who works in the kitchens, and in time comes reason to hope for rescue.
Of special interest to this reader, for whom membership in Kappa Alpha Psi was a source of meeting and making friends for life, was Andre McKenzie's chapter on the origins and evolution of "the Divine Nine," the nine black fraternities and sororities that "were to be the means of leading the Negro youth out of the slough of despond and raising him to a plane of intellectual and moral security.
Having been closeted in high school, I knew the importance of making friends.
Living a mostly solitary existence is not anything new for Valentine who grew up in rural Georgia, making friends with dead authors rather than kids her own age.
New kids can't depend entirely on the goodwill of their classmates when it comes to making friends.
For most youngsters making friends is a natural part of growing up.
Making friends and getting on with their peers was the most pressing worry for 40 per cent of children in the region, followed by fear of drugs and alcohol and worries over entering further education.