youg

youg

[yȯg]
(meteorology)
A hot wind during unsettled summer weather in the Mediterranean.
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"I don't want come in and be someone who they look at and think 'he's a youg lad, out of his depth'.
Trailing 1-0 at the break, Gerrard had witnessed 45 minutes in which the youg Reds saw plenty of the ball but lacked precision and cutting edge.
In this respect, Youg (14) points out the fundamental importance of the role of knowledge in education, considering that a disciplinary and knowledge-based approach to the curriculum comes from it, and less on the learner and his/her interests.
Psychosocial factors and quiality of life in youg hemodialysis patients with low comorbidity.
BENILDE 55 - Saavedra 15, Domingo 9, Youg 9, Haruna 6, Fajarito 6, Dixon 4, Belgica 3, Castor 2, Pajarillaga 1, San Juan 0, Pasamante 0, Pili 0
Wasps boss Dai Youg is fully aware of the match's significance on a number of levels, and says the traditional rivalry built when Wasps and Leicester were regularly vying for Premiership and European honours has been further exacerbated since his club's move to Coventry.
Tewee was founded by two youg enterprenuers- Sai Srinivas Kiran G & Shubham Malhotra, who come from a background of tech startups to form Mango Man Consumer Electronics.
" The trio to Germany is just the start of an exciring period of international competition for Ferreira's youg charges.
Em 2012 a revista Youg publicada pela rede nordica de pesquisadores sobre juventude, reconhecida como uma referencia internacional neste campo, dedicou um special issue a America Latina.
Le consommateur algerien pourra acquerir directement les 4 gammes de Smartphones (Diamond, Platinum, Gold et Youg destines surtout aux jeunes).