children wereLots of small children were taken about like this in winter.
three childrenI have left my three children
older childrenWas that er w was that sort of thing quite usual then for older children
small childrenLots of small children were taken about like this in winter.
children agedTo determine whether birth weight and gestational age are associated with respiratory illness and lung function in children aged 5–11 years.
children haveThis should cause us to be cautious when we make assumptions about what children have gained from a story.
children shouldMost people don't think that children should be represented in Parliament by children.
have childrenElsie couldn't have children, you see.
wife and childrenWith his wife and children in his car, ex policeman Christopher gave chase.
when childrenIt performs important functions in times of crisis, both when children enter care and when foster placements break down.
two childrenJim is married with two children and hopes to move to Cambuslang.
children underThere's a £30 reduction for children under the age of 12 occupying a twin bed in a room on a two week holiday (£15 for one week).
where childrenBeer garden where children are welcome.
four childrenWhile their four children were growing up, she put off fulfilling her ambition to run an antique shop of her own.
provision for childrenEqualising educational provision for children of different socio-economic backgrounds does not do away with the educational disabilities of working class children vis-à-vis middle class children.
children actThree of her children actually worked at the mine.
young childrenI looked at his young wife, Dawn, with her four young children visiting Salisbury for the week-end.