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CHILDREN

Courage, Honest, Intelligent, Lovely, Development, Rapid Emotional, Naughty

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CHILDREN

Courage, Honest, Intelligent, Loving, Development, Rapid Emotional, Noble

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CHILDREN

Creation of wonder, High & hortative, Illumination of the world, Loving little lords, Dutiful dainties of the earth, Rulers in raw forms, Efficacious in its entirety, Nights in shining armor

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What does CHILDREN mean?

children(Noun)
More than one son or daughter, or none. Offspring.

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