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  • However, when he reached his teens, he decided he did not want to act.
  • They just thought they could turn us into a teen group.
  • The group was composed of five boys, all in their early to mid teens.
  • By their teens they were with the king and queen much of the time.
  • The teen hit his head on the floor when he fell and later died of the injury.
  • When she was in her teens she and her family returned to South London.
  • In junior school he began writing stories, and when in his teens he began writing poetry.
  • Some teens will dress in this style during a passing phase in high school.
  • She has been regarded as one of the greatest teen stars on numerous occasions.
  • She was sometimes looked upon as a mother figure, and the teens often asked her advice.
  • She changed it in her teens when a more open and international mood took hold.
  • Girls were married in their teens, but boys did not marry until they came of age.
  • His mother taught him to play the piano and he started performing in his teens.
  • It has been noted that the game was intended for children, but became popular with older teens.
  • His mother died when he was in his early teens.
  • He began acting in local theater and radio in his early teens.
  • He lost interest in playing football in his early teens.
  • The teen claimed that he was trying to see his mother.
  • She was in her very early teens at this time and considered a face model for the agency.
  • Men and women usually get married in their late teens to their early twenties.
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Synonyms of teen