Here is how-to dynamically list all children pages associated under a parent page in WordPress.
This allows you to change and update pages without updating a sidebar widget/page, and removes the need to create numerous distinct sidebars/sections.
To enable this code, add it to your WordPress themes functions.php file, then add the shortcode to the page/widget or template.
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