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An underage—depending on the age of majority, either 16 or 18—person who has voluntarily left home and chosen to live apart from his/her family
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He claimed that Child Protection Bureau Punjab has played a vital role by handing over thousands of children who were runaway or had lost their parents.
USA], Jul 5 (ANI): The fastest-moving stars in our galaxy are in fact runaways from a much smaller galaxy in orbit around our own, according to a recent study.
Massive blue stars end their lives by collapsing to a neutron star or black hole after hundreds of millions of years and runaway stars are no different.
Pacemaker-mediated tachycardia and runaway pacemaker should be considered in differential diagnosis when spikes are present before the QRS complex during tachycardia.
The team was surprised to find that "more than 95% of these bow shocks have a hot, massive, runaway candidate at their center," team member William Chick (University of Wyoming) said during a press conference January 5th at the American Astronomical Society meeting in Kissimmee, Florida.
He explained: "The storyline in Runaway was very much inspired by an event from my own teen years, when I was expelled from school and ran away to London.
United Airlines said it has received the National Runaway Safeline's 2014 Spirit of Youth award, which recognizes its commitment to helping keep America's runaway, homeless and at-risk youth safe and off the streets.
On January 24, 1961, they recorded Runaway at the Bell Sound recording studios.
In my experience, and having interviewed hundreds of runaway workers, I know that these runaways face massive hurdles - such as non payment of wages, and other abuse.
The Runaway Bunny is a 1942 picture book written by Margaret Wise Brown and illustrated by Clement Hurd.
She took a cab and met her runaway accomplice and another man.
If armed with this knowledge, what impact could we have in curbing the runaway crisis?