Children’s Day

child (chclip_image001ld)

n. pl. chil·dren (chclip_image001[6]lclip_image002[4]drclip_image003[4]n)
1.
a. A person between birth and puberty.
b. A person who has not attained maturity or the age of legal majority.
2.
a. An unborn infant; a fetus.
b. An infant; a baby.
3. One who is childish or immature.
4. A son or daughter; an offspring.
5. A member of a tribe; descendant: children of Abraham.
6.
a. An individual regarded as strongly affected by another or by a specified time, place, or circumstance: a child of nature; a child of the Sixties.
b. A product or result of something specified: “Times Square is a child of the 20th century” (Richard F. Shepard).
Idiom:
with child
Pregnant.

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Little ballet dancers waiting for their entrance. Tbilisi, 2007

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An ecomigrant kid. Kvemo Kartli, Georgia, 2008


Azerbaijanian school in Tbilisi. 2009

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Kvemo Kartli region, 2009

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Little Turk-Meskhetian. Abastumani, Georgia, 2008


Tbilisi, 2009

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Seven months’ child at one of Tbilisi’s clinics, 2010

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Amsterdam, Netherlands 2009

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Tskhinvali, 2008


Georgian IDP children, 2008


Boy from Tskhinvali region. Tbilisi, 2008

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Gypsy girl. Georgia, 2010

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2 thoughts on “Children’s Day

  1. gamarjobat
    like, like , like , like
    i like your photos, its amazing….
    and your article and pictures from pankisi and sufism were useful for my study
    thank you
    good luck

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