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juvenile

1. (of animals or plants) not yet fully mature
2. of or denoting young birds that have developed their first plumage of adult feathers
3. Geology occurring at the earth's surface for the first time; new
4. a juvenile person, animal, or plant
5. an actor who performs youthful roles
6. a book intended for young readers
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Another violation of right to dignity of juvenile offenders is the trial of juveniles in Anti-Terrorism courts and awarding of death sentences to them despite the existence of plausible evidence in favour of their juvenility. The Anti-Terrorism Act 1997 is granted overriding effect over all laws currently in force.
But under the problematic Anti-Terrorism Act that the two were bizarrely tried under, their juvenility does not seem to count.
Clearly they intend to go from juvenility to senility, with no stops in between, https://www.commentarymagazine.com/articles/hopei-die-before-i-get-young.
In this study, a positive correlation was observed between juvenility and rate of consolidation without complications, because distal fractures consolidated with a lower index of complication after osteosynthesis independent of the technique used.
The fact of his juvenility, doubts in the prosecution's case, and even forgiveness by victim's family failed to save him.
However, plant propagation by seeds presents the disadvantage of juvenility, which may lead to more than seven years to start the fruit production.
Moreover, little is known about the efficiency in maintaining juvenility, which varies according to the species and the management methodology adopted (Hamann, 1998; AimersHalliday et al., 2003; Wendling et al., 2015).
This study makes conceptual and methodological contributions to the link between childhood physical maltreatment and ensuing violent and criminal conduct in juvenility, the function of psychopathic attributes in the phase of crime inception of juvenile offenders, and the pervasiveness and complements of psychiatric disorders among young delinquents while they are developing.
Traditional breeding based on the drought tolerance has been always the important strategy in citrus, but it is much more time-consuming because of its complex reproductive biology, such as high heterozygosity, apomixis, polyembryony, cross- and self-incompatibility, and long juvenility. Genetic transformation may avoid genetic segregation and nowadays has been used as an effective tool to improve the target traits by introducing specific genes in citrus varieties [18].