Some articles on ages, age:

Reader Rabbit - Products in The Franchise
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Girl Guides Association Of Thailand - Program - Sections
... The association is divided in four sections according to age Littlebirds - ages 4 to 6 Bluebirds - ages 7 to 11 Guides - ages 12 to 15 Senior Guides - ages 16 to 20. ...
Six Ages Of The World
... The Six Ages of the World or sex aetates mundi (also, Seven Ages of the World) is a Christian historical periodization first written about by Saint Augustine ... The six ages of history, with each age (Latin aetas) lasting approximately 1,000 years, were widely believed and in use throughout the Middle Ages, and until the Enlightenment, the writing ... The outline accounts for Seven Ages, just as there are seven days of the week, with the Seventh Age being eternal rest after the Final Judgement and End Times, just as the ...
Saratoga Spa State Park - Recreation
... Prices are $2.00 for adults (Ages 12-up) and $1.00 (Ages 5–11) for children Victoria Pool - A smaller pool with covered arcades surrounding ... Prices are $8.00 for adults (Ages 12-up) and $4.00 for children (Ages 5–11) and seniors (senior must be 62 years or older and possess a valid NYS drivers license or ...
Girl Guides Singapore - Program and Ideals
... The association is divided in three sections according to age Brownies - ages 7 to 12 Guides - ages 12 to 16/17 Young Adults - ages 17 to 25 The Girl Guide emblem incorporates the letters P P, for ...

Famous quotes containing the word ages:

    As yesterday and the historical ages are past, as the work of today is present, so some flitting perspectives and demi-experiences of the life that is in nature are in time veritably future, or rather outside of time, perennial, young, divine, in the wind and rain which never die.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    In all her products, Nature only develops her simplest germs. One would say that it was no great stretch of invention to create birds. The hawk which now takes his flight over the top of the wood was at first, perchance, only a leaf which fluttered in its aisles. From rustling leaves she came in the course of ages to the loftier flight and clear carol of the bird.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Alas for the cripple Practice when it seeks to come up with the bird Theory, which flies before it. Try your design on the best school. The scholars are of all ages and temperaments and capacities. It is difficult to class them, some are too young, some are slow, some perverse. Each requires so much consideration, that the morning hope of the teacher, of a day of love and progress, is often closed at evening by despair.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)