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young adult


  1. a teenager (used especially by publishers and librarians).
  2. a person in the early years of adulthood.

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The expert advisory group for Unicef’s AI for Children project, for example, has no representatives from regions with the highest concentration of children and young adults, including the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.

For instance, it’s more than twice the death rate for heart attacks in young adults, the researchers wrote.

I have also met parents who lost young adult children to the disease, and were still trying to understand how this could have happened.

This battery of survey questions, as far as we know, represents the first time anyone has asked young adults how they feel about childcare in any depth.

From Fortune

The increase in young adults moving back with their family was first reported by real estate company Zillow.

From Quartz

In that vein, Burns and Ward stress how TR, ER, and FDR “overcame … the traumas of their childhoods” and young adult lives.

I set out to write an adult book, but using some conventions from classic young adult books.

When it comes to dystopian, young adult fiction, Lois Lowry was the trailblazer.

I might work for a few hours on editing, or on a young adult book.

Because without true consequences, how does any young adult learn from anything?

This young adult remained at her house at the rock fence approximately four months.

Any circumscribed tumour of the jaw, particularly when met with in a young adult, should suggest the possibility of an odontoma.

It is at this moment that the quid of Coca affords the young adult the most delightful sensation.

The condition is chiefly met with in young adult women, and may develop suddenly after a shock to the nervous system.


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