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  • n  the condition of being a child without living parents

  • With a curious journal and an ambitious new memoir of orphanhood, this young editor and writer opens a package of literary surprises Doing Less with Moore (The Arts Television).
  • Simpson's efforts to sketch from these case histories a kind of psychology of orphanhood, however, do not get much beyond repeated cries of suffering and loss.
  • Despite disease, orphanhood and hunger, all 33 of last year's eighth-grade class passed the Kenyan national secondary-school exams.

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