what i found was Joseph and Alice miles with 5 children
Of the 837,055 missing persons reported in 2001, an estimated 80 percent were children.About 99 percent were found within hours or days by usual law enforcement response.More than 7,000 children nationwide were missing for prolonged periods. (Sources: FBI, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children)
Yes, he had two children, Jane Alice (was named after her mother) and Mary may. i also found that out on wikipedia it is a very usefull website
No, because when the subject was found it was missing, so it is not an oxymoron.
There are not reliable statistics available because of the various reporting methods, the number of agencies involved at state and/or federal level and so forth Minors who are unaccounted for are grouped into many categories such as , endangered missing, endangered runaways, family abductions, lost, missing or injured children, non family abduction, stranger abduction, etc. Needless to say the statistics for missing children are very troubling and very inaccurate both on the plus and minus side. National Center For Missing and Exploited Children http://www.missingkids.com
Actually, Carlisle didn't find Alice. Alice found him and the rest of the family. She had a vision of the family and wanted to be like them.
What Alice Found - 2003 is rated/received certificates of: USA:R
"It was the devious-cruising Rachel that in her retracing search for her missing children, only found another orphan."
No, they have not found it.
For many people, the holiday season is a time for rejoicing. The family was rejoicing because their missing children were finally found.
Carlisle did not find Alice, Alice found him. After having a vision of living in a peaceful coven with the Cullens, Alice and Jasper seek them out.
Alice was the one who found Jasper. The end.
Alice Springs is in the Northern Territory, in Australia.
Alice Schafer was an American mathematician. Alice Schafer died in 2009 and helped found the Association for Women in Mathematics.
The word (gerund) 'missing' is a common noun, a general word for a person or thing that can't be found.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing. Examples of proper nouns for the common noun 'missing' are "The Missing" (2014 TV mini-series) or the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (non-profit organization).
Yes it has tutankhamun father was the missing mummy
Missing information must be found.
found only in museum
The Tuesday after she was murdered/found missing
Alice Paul founded the National Women's Party.
All fossil found to date were missing link. Missing link is a non-scientific term describe new found transitional fossil. Any single fossil found and placed along the line of evolution would yield 2 new missing link mathematically.
Alice found carlisle. she saw that she will be apart of the Cullen family and tried to find them. i hope this answers your question! :)
it said that the children have been missing since noon! but the found the kids in the balcony during the trial! :)