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The first one is called The Facts of Life: An Explanation of Sex Cycles.
The world has woken up to the facts of life, and blues are about the facts of life, have been since the beginning.
The survey questioned young people of secondary school age about where they had learnt the facts of life.
The Facts of Life, launched in Coventry this week, centres on the lives of seven sisters who live through the blitz, the bringing up of a child and the post war reconstruction.
In a "The Facts of Life" skit, the overweight Natalie eats to the point of breaking furniture, while the nauseatingly bubbly Tootle now bounces like a bobble-head doll.
Brian Clowes, Ph.D., The Facts of Life Human Life International, 1997, 404 pages, paperback, $26.15 (Cdn)
Geri Jewell, 39, is an actress, comedian, public speaker and writer, who is probably best-known for her role as "Cousin Geri" on The Facts of Life, a televison sitcom of the early 1980s.
Yet on the whole she is pretty sophisticated in her approach to the facts of life and their function: she knows the pitfalls in her approach and often sidesteps them with aplomb and a refreshing frankness about her own motives in the enterprise of biographical detective work.
New evidence gathered by the Health Department blames fathers for not teaching their sons the facts of life.
BLUSHING parents who area too embarrassed to tell their children about the facts of life are to receive help from a pioneering project.