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In the beginning of the book, Jess says that he's 10 years old and I would guess that Leslie is the same.
Hank Bagby was a jazz tenor saxophonist who had a quintet ,The Soultet
Twain gave these two the same name on purpose. He wanted to show the reader how hypocritical Hank is. He claims that le Fay is evil and devilish. However Hank is guilty of the same things that she is. He condemns her for killing the servant and then a few hours later has her hang the entire band because he did not like the songs they were playing. He also dislikes le Fay because she claims to be some sort of sorceress. Once again, hank is guilty of the same thing. From the beginning of the novel he pretends to be a magician.
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Book version: "What will happen to your children when I've killed you? When Mummy's gone the same way as Freddie?" Movie version: "No! No, come back! Lucius! Come back! Come back and fight! Come back!"
no its not same in children and adults
In the same way as normal length children. They come out of their mothers vagina and in some cases the doctor will perform a cesarean section.
I do know that Hank Williams Jr., does have an autobiography, titled, "Living Proof: The Hank Williams, Jr., Story." In the early 1980's, NBC had a television movie, with the same title. Richard Thomas (John-Boy of the Walton's) played the role of Hank Jr. Naomi Judd (the Mother of the famous duo team) made a cameo appearance in the film.
The vagina is the channel that mammals have evolved to allow the baby to come out when it has grown enough to live outside the mother's body. Humans are mammals so that's why our babies do the same thing.
Yes, the egg can split into five. If this is the case, then all five children will be identical, and therefore all the same gender
"They have as many children as we do." Or. "They have the same number of children as we do."