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measures are taken by the EU to protect children in the event of families breaking up: most recently the 2001 proposal on mutual recognition of decisions on parental responsibility, and the 2000 regulation on enforcement of judgments in matrimonial and parental responsibility. (See Judicial-civil: divorce and parental responsibility)

immediate offspring, whether legitimate or not, and any children legally adopted by a person. 17 U.S.C.A child is the son or daughter in relation to the father or mother.Obs. - We will here consider the law, in general terms, as it relates to the condition, duties and rights of children; and afterwards, the extent which has been given to the word child or children by dispositions in wills and testaments.1. children born in lawful wedlock or within a competent time afterwards are presumed to be the issue of the father and follow his condition; those born out of lawful wedlock follow the condition of the mother. the father is bound to maintain his children and to educate them, and to protect them from injuries. children are, on their part, bound to maintain their fathers and mothers when in need, and they are of ability so to do. the father in general is entitled to the custody of minor children, but under certain circumstances the mother will be entitled to them when the father and mother have separated. children are liable to the reasonable correction of their parents.2 the term children does not ordinarily and properly speaking comprehend grandchildren or issue generally; yet sometimes that meaning is affixed to it in cases of necessity and it has been held to signify the same as issue in cases where the testator, by using the terms children and issue indiscriminately, showed his intention to use the former term in the sense of issue, so as to entitle grandchildren, etc. to take under it.When legally construed, the term children is confined to legitimate children. the civil code of louisiana enacts, that 'under the name of children are comprehended not only children of the first degree, but the grandchildren, great-grand-children and all other descendants in the direct line.'Children are divided into legitimate children, or those born in lawful wedlock; and natural or illegitimate children who are born bastards or those which are not incestuous.Posthumous children are those who are born after the death of their fathers.In Pennsylvania, the will of their fathers in which no provision is made for them is revoked, as far as regards them, by operation of law.    this entry contains material from Bouvier's legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.

childrensee under childchildren chil"dren (?), n.; pl. of child.

(pl. )

of Child  


pl. of Child.  

Noun1. a young person of either sex; "she writes books for children"; "they're just kids"; "`tiddler' is a british term for youngsters" (synonym) kid, youngster, minor, shaver, nipper, small fry, tiddler, tike, tyke, fry, nestling (hypernym) juvenile, juvenile person (hyponym) bairn (part-meronym) child's body2. a human offspring (son or daughter) of any age; "they had three children"; "they were able to send their kids to college" (synonym) kid (antonym) parent (hypernym) offspring, progeny, issue (hyponym) army brat (member-holonym) family, family unit3. an immature childish person; "he remained a child in practical matters as long as he lived"; "stop being a baby!" (synonym) baby (hypernym) person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, human, soul4. a member of a clan or tribe; "the children of Israel" (hypernym) descendant, descendent

páistí, leanaín., of family: clann f.

Mabgar = a. fond of children

Meibionain, Meibionos = n. little children

Plant = n. offspring, children

Plantog = a. having children

Plantos = n. little children

the blessing of offspring, but especially of the male sex, is highly valued among all eastern nations, while a the absence is regarded as one of the severest punishments. (Genesis 16:2; 7:14; 1 samuel 1:6; 2 samuel 6:23; 2 kings 4:14; isaiah 47:9; jeremiah 20:15; psalms 127:3,5) As soon as the child was born it was washed in a bath, rubbed with salt and wrapped in swaddling clothes. (Ezekiel 16:4; job 38:9; luke 2:7) On the 8th day the rite of circumcision, in the case of a boy, was performed and a name given. At the end of a certain time (forty days if a son and twice as long if a daughter) the mother offered sacrifice for her cleansing. (Leviticus 12:1-8; luke 2:22) the period of nursing appears to have been sometimes prolonged to three years. (Isaiah 49:15) 2 Macc. 7:27. the time of weaning was an occasion of rejoicing. (Genesis 21:8) both boys and girls in their early years were under the care of the women. (Proverbs 31:1) afterwards the boys were taken by the father under his charge. daughters usually remained in the women's apartments till marriage. (Leviticus 21:9; numbers 12:14; 1 samuel 9:11) the authority of parents, especially of the father, over children was very great, as was also the reverence enjoined by the law to be paid to parents. the inheritance was divided equally between all the sons except the eldest, who received a double portion. (Genesis 25:31; 49:3; 21:17; judges 11:2,7; 1 chronicles 5:1,2) daughters had by right no portion in the inheritance; but if a man had no son, his inheritance passed to his daughters, who were forbidden to marry out of the father's tribe. (Numbers 27:1,8; 36:2,8)   


- variable in class java.beans.beancontext.BeanContextSupport  protected transient HashMap children all accesses to the protected HashMap children field shall be synchronized on that object.

- variable in class java.beans.beancontext.BeanContextMembershipEvent  protected Collection children

- variable in class javax.swing.event.TreeModelEvent  protected Object [] children children that have been removed.

- variable in class javax.swing.tree.DefaultMutableTreeNode  protected Vector children array of children, may be null if this node has no children

- method in class javax.swing.JTree.DynamicUtilTreeNode  public Enumeration children ()Subclassed to load the children, if necessary.Overrides: children in class DefaultMutableTreeNode Tags copied from class: DefaultMutableTreeNode  Returns: an enumeration of this node's children

- method in class javax.swing.text.AbstractDocument.AbstractElement  public abstract Enumeration children ()Returns the children of the reciever as an Enumeration.Specified by:  children in interface TreeNode

- method in class javax.swing.text.AbstractDocument.BranchElement  public Enumeration children ()Returns the children of the reciever as an Enumeration.Overrides: children in class AbstractDocument.AbstractElement

- method in class javax.swing.text.AbstractDocument.LeafElement  public Enumeration children ()Returns the children of the reciever as an Enumeration.Overrides: children in class AbstractDocument.AbstractElement

- method in class javax.swing.tree.DefaultMutableTreeNode  public Enumeration children ()Creates and returns a forward-order enumeration of this node's children. modifying this node's child array invalidates any child enumerations created before the modification.Returns: an enumeration of this node's children

- method in interface javax.swing.tree.TreeNode  public Enumeration children ()Returns the children of the reciever as an Enumeration.

A child (plural: children) is primarily a boy or girl who has not reached puberty. However, some youth reach puberty earlier or later than expected. It is because of this, as well as the varying degrees of mental development, that a youth is often defined as a child by either psychological or chronological age rather than biological. the term also refers to offspring of any age; adults remain the children of their parents, no matter what their age. It can be applied to non-human offspring, as in the child node of a tree.

``Dream of children sweet and fair, To you will come suave debonair, fortune robed in shining dress, bearing wealth and happiness.'' To dream of seeing many beautiful children is portentous of great prosperity and blessings. for a mother to dream of seeing her child sick from slight cause, she may see it enjoying robust health, but trifles of another nature may harass her. To see children working or studying, denotes peaceful times and general prosperity. To dream of seeing your child desperately ill or dead, you have much to fear, for its welfare is sadly threatened. To dream of your dead child, denotes worry and disappointment in the near future. To dream of seeing disappointed children, denotes trouble from enemies, and anxious forebodings from underhanded work of seemingly friendly people. To romp and play with children, denotes that all your speculating and love enterprises will prevail.  

your children are not your children. they are the sons and daughters of life's longing for itself... you may house their bodies but not their souls, for their souls dwell in the house of tomorrow, which you cannot visit, not even in your dreams.  

I have a dream that my 4 children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.  

If growing up is the process of creating ideas and dreams about what life should be, then maturity is letting go again.  

the dream is a fragment of the abandoned psychic life of the child.  

fear of Children

kanu (TGV), kanlar (MGV)

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