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To be safe, I always parked at the other end of the valley and entered the wetland from there, giving the cabin a wide birth.
We went through birth pain through Civil Rights in the 60s, and we’re going through it again now.
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Though she was “assigned the male sex at birth,” Carlos knew early in her life that she was a girl, and was baffled that others couldn’t see that.
All you need is identification showing your date of birth and that you live in the state.
Perhaps our potential to think, learn and reason was not set from birth, he proposed.
Representing the same Akron district that gave birth to NBA superstars LeBron James and Stephen Curry, the stylistic Sykes likes to tell people she is from “the birthplace of champions.”
If you’re taking hormonal birth control, it’s a little more complicated.
This is the story of the birth and rapid growth of the video game business—an industry that has become the largest and most significant entertainment medium on the planet.
Data vendors attempt to match up and reconcile these different data sets to create one comprehensive record for each person in the US based on key identifiers like name, address, gender, and date of birth.
People live in a fundamentally gendered culture, in which parenting, education, expectations and opportunities differ based on sex, from birth through adulthood, which inevitably changes the brain.

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