At age 19, Mormon youths depart on two-year missions to spread the faith.
In March 2013, 73 percent of young Republicans surveyed had heard of the provision, compared with 63 percent of Democratic youths.
With, say, Chinese and Indian youths in villages with wifi now paying micro-cents to listen, new markets are admittedly emerging.
The fact that Jewish youths behaved like this should scare even our breast-beating nationalist leaders into some soul searching.
But then a small number of youths were chosen for various jobs in the main camp, and Otto Dov was one of them.
But why, instead of consulting us, do you not consult our friend Socrates about the education of the youths?
The writer shows how hard the youths of a century ago were compelled to work.
He saw Italian youths already excelling, as they all do, in the drawing of the figure.
And so Thialfi was not fearful of racing against the Giants' youths.
If all the youths and old men, the sick and maimed, could have been eliminated from the Boer forces, eighty per cent.
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