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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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"We are so excited to tell more Runaways stories and are so grateful to Marvel, Hulu, our amazing cast and crew and, of course, our passionate audience," said co-showrunners and executive producers Savage and Josh Schwartz in a statement.
"Marvel's Runaways" Season 2 premieres Friday on Hulu.
In the process, most of the young runaways discover innate powers, hoping to end their parents' sinister schemes.
An alternative explanation to the origin of hypervelocity stars is that they are runaways from a binary system.
The researchers simulated the birth and death of stars in the LMC over the past two billion years, and noted down every runaway star.
The grant will be used to revive the Eugene-based nonprofit organization's Street Outreach Program to homeless and runaway youth, which was slammed by funding cuts in recent years at the local and federal levels.
The Runaways may have been around for a relatively short time but their impact on music still reverberates today and that has grown exponentially since The Runaways movie featuring Kirsten Stewart and Dakota Fanning catapulted the name right back into the spotlight.
Keynote: Ann Coffey MP, Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Runaway and Missing Children and Adults
Mahboob, a Bangladeshi expat, shelters runaways and then sends them onto other employers.
Jamshidi, Hosieni and Moghaddam (2010) reported that increased level of Neuroticism was found to be associated with running away behavior but there is not sufficient literature available which could explain personality traits of runaways. Therefore, purpose of the present research was to assess the personality traits of runaway women by using Five Factor Model of personality and to examine their vulnerability towards depression.
PEOPLE who employ runaway housemaids could be jailed for six months and fined up to BD1,000, warned a top prosecution official.
Most of The Last Runaway is delivered in third-person narrative, but each chapter ends with a letter, usually penned by Honor, that shifts to the first person and delivers news advancing the storyline." DAVID HENDRICKS