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The orphaned Leander leads a precarious existence as a pickpocket until he crosses paths with the unscrupulous Madame Pinchbeck.
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Don’t get your hopes up: It’s nothing like “Friends.” Kyuri and Miho are roommates; Kyuri works at a “room salon,” where she entertains wealthy businessmen who pay her to pour their liquor, and Miho is an orphan who landed a scholarship to art school in New York City and is now back on her home turf, in thrall to the heir to one of Korea’s biggest companies.
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Following a scene involving Fizi in a recent episode that went viral, Indonesian viewers are demanding an apology from the character for claiming that orphans do not have a place in heaven, Harian Metro reported yesterday.
· Experience: I raised an ocelot in the jungle →
I’d previously attempted to rehabilitate another orphaned ocelot in the wild, but Khan was killed by a poacher’s trap when he was 11 months old.
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Mugalu’s adoption was arranged through an organisation called Amani Ya Zion, which claimed to be a non-profit that “raises orphans and disregarded Ugandans to be leaders through true self sustainability”, in Kampala.
· 'This is how they drive you mad': refugee turns anguish into art →
One of Bandesh’s earliest Manus paintings is a watercolour of a Kurdish boy, orphaned by an ISIS attack.
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The drug candidate holds Breakthrough Therapy, Pediatric Rare Disease and Orphan Drug designations for treating PH1.
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· Knights of Columbus Founder, Who Died in a Pandemic, Moves Closer to Sainthood →
“Today, his spirit continues to shape the extraordinary charitable work of Knights as they continue to serve those on the margins of society as he served widows and orphans in the 1880s.”