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young

1. Geography
a. (of mountains) formed in the Alpine orogeny and still usually rugged in outline
b. another term for youthful
2. of or relating to a rejuvenated group or movement or one claiming to represent the younger members of the population, esp one adhering to a political ideology
3. offspring, esp young animals
4. with young (of animals) pregnant
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Obtaining informed consent when working with young children presents both philosophical and pragmatic problems to the researcher.
Both current age and age at first intercourse were negatively associated with young people's likelihood of having an STD.
With young readers getting the controversial books from many sources, including street-table vendors and school friends, some bookstore owners set clear boundaries.
You know, it's important to work with young gay people and make sure that they have all the resources that they need to do their work."
Females with young nearby, however, started rattling when he was 3 or 4 meters away.
One might well, for example, agree with Young (and I do) that the colonial reading of The Tempest has many limitations, without summarily (as he does) dismissing any colonial resonances in Shakespeare's play.
Bella, along with the then director of the school's social work department, ignored advice given by child protection workers and an administrator in her department to meet with Young to discuss her suspicions directly.