somebody who is frightened to leave their home.
Ralph does notice that some of the younger buys are frightened. He does not want to leave the little boys alone.
Its probably REALLY frightened! Or sleepy, just leave it.
No She will leave to eat, drink and deficate but otherwise stays with the clutch unless chased off.
he was chased ferociously by Naploleon's hand-trained dogs.
because they are frightened by the giants, so they run away and leave Gulliver behind
They leave the village because their house was burned down by the pearl buyers, and now is being chased by them in which he needs to get to the capital as quik as he can.
Because Adventure Bear Said so.
They leave the village because their house was burned down by the pearl buyers, and now is being chased by them in which he needs to get to the capital as quik as he can. -101
the process that causes the water to enter and leave the cell is diffusion
If the father isn't trying to establish if the child is his the answer is yes, however, If he is in the process of trying to prove the child is his and you leave the country, you could find yourself in a lot of trouble.
No. It will frighten the horse, and a frightened horse can do something to hurt itself.
In the movie Toto ran off and she chased him. The balloon took off and she was unable to get back to it in time.
Just leave it on overnight
He (she) will only do that if they're frightened (new situation, loss of security), as soon as they get used to new arrangement they stop.
They ast in a very frightened and scared way! now leave me alone!
Customs and immigration personnel can hold a passport when trying to leave a country. They must state the reason that it is being held.
Persecution. The Mormons were chased out of Missouri and asked to leave Illinois... so they moved further west, where there was nobody to kick them out.
It's called evaporation.
When particles leave the cell is is either through a passive process such as diffusion or an active process called exocytosis.
peole where trying to kill the jews :(
the process is called excytosis