The initial value of their investment, Vi, is only a few years of youth but the final value, Vf, is a life of luxury.
Announcing it in that cheerful way, with her badge and her glasses and her youth.
I truly feel that unless the media goes back to unbiased reporting they are going to do a disservice to the youth of this country.
We were not able to run, so we could not stay longer, but the youth stayed.
Harington is currently abroad shooting Testament of youth, a biopic of poet Vera Brittain, who will be played by Alicia Vikander.
But this sacrifice of American youth did not make the world safe for anything.
"You've the priceless gift of youth, dear Penny," said Jim softly.
But what, she thought, was indeed the good of youth, in these terrible days of war?
After all, what finer work could there be than the rearing of a first-class American youth?
Rupert looked at her as youth and love must look at love and youth.
Old English geoguð "youth," related to geong "young," from West Germanic *jugunthiz (cf. Old Saxon juguth, Old Frisian jogethe, Middle Dutch joghet, Dutch jeugd, Old High German jugund, German Jugend, Gothic junda "youth"), from the source of young (adj.)) + Proto-Germanic abstract noun suffix *-itho (see -th (2)).
The West-Germanic form was altered from Proto-Germanic *juwunthiz by influence of its contrast, *dugunthiz "ability" (source of Old English duguð). In Middle English, the medial -g- became a yogh, which then disappeared.
They said that age was truth, and that the young
Marred with wild hopes the peace of slavery