Years later, a 1982 Los Angeles Times article was published under the headline, “beardless Wonders of Film Making.”
Who would have thought to see such mighty wisdom, yea, in a beardless youth?
Yet even this "beardless" Parliament had shown a strong conservatism.
He was a small and beardless young man—a splendid soldier—in fact almost an ideal American, of his age.
But I see: it is all through the words of this beardless boy.
The beardless boy and the mature man—the humble and the430 distinguished, you have had them.
Both have long hair, but are beardless; and wear the shenti for their sole garment.
The schoolboy whips his taxed top; the beardless youth manages his taxed horse with a taxed bridle, on a taxed road.
I knew him when he was a boy—a beardless boy, as you may say.
This last sentiment impressed these beardless youths as a clincher, and there was a pause.