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leave the nest

To move out of one's parents home for the first time, most typically when going into third-level education. I can't believe my little girl is getting ready to leave the nest. I'm so proud and so sad all at once! While it is liberating for most teenagers, leaving the nest can be a very emotionally challenging period in one's life.
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During the present year, however, in the month of July, I came across a community with an unusually large stock of slaves, and I observed a few slaves mingled with their masters leaving the nest, and marching along the same road to a tall Scotch-fir-tree, twenty-five yards distant, which they ascended together, probably in search of aphides or cocci.
Speaking of kids leaving the nest, some companies are apparently offering extra holidays or "roosting leave" for parents when their children go off to university or move out (for the first time, at least
Leaving The Nest The swans that live on Quinton Pool, Build a nest yearly on the island as a rule, Have a brood of cygnets that with them stay, And when they are fledged send them away.
BRIAN EARL, Ryton seem fair,But they should see people do care Facing their peers when they want to say no Not able to see which way to go Temptations they face with decisions to Make - some will make a big mistake, What is a teenager why should we care Is there a place in society they can share Seeking independence they think they know Best - like a young bird leaving the nest With so much confusion, they scream and shout But life has a way of helping out Forming relationships that may not last Means teenagers have to grow up fast, Attitudes change some turning sour Others may blossom like a beautiful flower But in the end as wisdom grows They may turn into a person respected, One never knows Teenage years can be a troublesome time But things usually turn out fine.
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This picturebook is all about leaving the nest, taking the plunge, exchanging the known for the unknown, diving off the bough and into the water.
The chicks are brooded and fed by both parents, leaving the nest after about 16-19 days, becoming fully independent approximately two weeks later.
Honestly, sometimes I catch sight of myself in the mirror and wonder with sadness at how quickly the years have flown by - and how soon my daughter really will be leaving the nest for good.
Leaving the nest undisturbed, they take joy in watching the ducklings hatch and grow.
By the time she left Leo Burnettin 1980, Williams felt like a bird leaving the nest.
New Zealand officials vowed he would never become All Blacks coach after leaving the nest - but Henry's incredible influence in Wales has led to a rethink Down Under.
An RSPB spokeswoman said: "It seems the gulls are becoming agitated when their chicks are leaving the nest and flying down to the pavement.
To develop a rich repertoire, most songbirds must hear other members of their species sing, and most learn all their songs after leaving the nest.
The site will be live for the next four months to coincide with and to capture the key milestones: incubation (about 35 days), hatching, banding, first flight and then leaving the nest.
Three times this year the parents tirelessly raised broods of brothers and sisters only to see them brutally murdered within days of leaving the nest.