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  • n  a game in which a child tosses a stone into an area drawn on the ground and then hops through it and back to regain the stone

  • This wasn't heat like we have today, which most of us experience only briefly as we hopscotch our way from home to car to office shrouded at all times in air conditioned comfort.
  • But what's to regret when you can play hopscotch, stage pillow fights and attend 96 parenting classes in four years? Raising daughter Sarah, 6, is "my greatest job," he says.
  • Pandemics hopscotch across the globe.
News & Articles

  • White Plains autism center hopes to support patients for life
    Even before parents recover from the shock of an autism diagnosis, they often embark on what one advocate called a game of 'hopscotch' that lasts years as they search for the best services for their child. A new center that opened this week in White Plains is hoping to change that approach by providing a one-stop experience for people with autism throughout their life.
    June 13, 2013 - The Journal News
  • Califone Announce New Album Stitches , Share Title Track, Plot Tour
    The Chicago experimental roots-rock band Califone are back with their follow-up to 2009's All My Friends Are Funeral Singers . Stitches is out September 3 via Dead Oceans . Check out the title track below. The band has also scheduled a tour, which includes a stop at this year's Hopscotch Music Festival. Check out the dates below. It's the first album the band has recorded outside of Chicago. It ...
    June 13, 2013 - Pitchfork
  • White Plains autism center is a lifelong partner
    • See a photo gallery at lohud.com. • Center for Autism and the Developing Brain: http://nyp.org/autism/ . Even before parents recover from the shock of an autism diagnosis, they often embark on what one advocate called a game of “hopscotch” that lasts years as they search for the best services for their child.
    June 13, 2013 - The Journal News
Quotes

  • Brad Childress in USA Today
    I would think he knows that,Childress told the paper when asked about Tomlison being a backup, "but I always want to over-communicate clarity so we won't hopscotch around that."
  • David Plouffe in New York Times
    We simply cannot continue to hopscotch from forum to forum and run a campaign true to the bottom up movement for change that propelled Barack into this race,Mr. Plouffe said.
  • William Scranton III in Scranton Times-Tribune
    You become a symbol and of course it'sa simplification,William Scranton III, Pennsylvania's former lieutenant governor, said. "Suddenly, it's the town time forgot. People think if they come here they'll see people playing hopscotch in the...

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