Sources: Law Dictionary; 英汉公共大词典; CC-CEDICT
Because of divorce, death and parents giving their children up for adoption, many adults may not even be acquainted with one or both of their parents at all, much less their medical histories.
In international adoption, a buffer of distance, language, culture, and class exists between the adoptive parents and the birth parents, and, to be honest, that was one of the things I liked about it.
Every day we see neighbors and co-workers helping adoptive families raise funds for the adoption through activities like garage sales and online appeals.
In international adoption, the agencies generally choose who gets which children, and that relieves the adoptive families of the burden of selling themselves.
Their kindness was an advantageous condition, which gave them an advantage over other applicants for the adoption of a little boy.
But after going to the adoption agency and meeting the family that would be raising her baby, she became more comfortable with it.
A widespread theory is that it dates back to the adoption of the Gregorian calendar with the term April Fool applying to those who were still following the Julian Calendar.
In 2007, Zoe’s Ark, a French charity, was accused of kidnapping more than 100 children from Chad and Sudan for adoption in France.
The success or failure will have significant business impact specifically attributable to the organization ’s adoption of SOA.
The adoption of the Resolution and the actions by the Security Council are aimed to bring the issue back to the track of negotiations instead of only imposing sanctions.