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Shug Jordan’s houndstooth hat is prized possession of former Auburn coed who caught it after ’69 Iron Bowl, claims it predates Bear’s | The War Eagle Reader#.UbYuVL4o601

Shug Jordan’s houndstooth hat is prized possession of former Auburn coed who caught it after ’69 Iron Bowl, claims it predates Bear’s | The War Eagle Reader#.UbYuVL4o601

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yes yes yes yes yes>>I have been asking for this for Christmas and I didn't get it. I am SO disappointed. I used my fake smiles and made it seem like everything was amazing. Don't misunderstand me, I am very grateful for everything I got, but I really wanted this movie. I'm going to go shopping and get this very soon but not tell anyone exactly when I get it so that they don't think I'm upset about not getting it.

yes yes yes yes yes>>I have been asking for this for Christmas and I didn't get it. I am SO disappointed. I used my fake smiles and made it seem like everything was amazing. Don't misunderstand me, I am very grateful for everything I got, but I really wanted this movie. I'm going to go shopping and get this very soon but not tell anyone exactly when I get it so that they don't think I'm upset about not getting it.

Japan’s orphans neglected: There were about 39,000 children in various child-care institutions in Japan in 2013. Government statistics show that, contrary to the global trend, the overwhelming tendency is to institutionalize kids in need of so-called alternative care. In 2012, just 12.0% were in the care of foster parents. This contrasts sharply with 93.5% in Australia and 77.0% in the US. Running 119 pages, it is the first major report on Japan since 2009.

Japan's orphans neglected: HRW

Japan’s orphans neglected: There were about 39,000 children in various child-care institutions in Japan in 2013. Government statistics show that, contrary to the global trend, the overwhelming tendency is to institutionalize kids in need of so-called alternative care. In 2012, just 12.0% were in the care of foster parents. This contrasts sharply with 93.5% in Australia and 77.0% in the US. Running 119 pages, it is the first major report on Japan since 2009.

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