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Young

(yŭng),
Hugh H., U.S. urologist, 1870-1945. See: Young prostatic tractor.

Young

(yŭng),
William John, 20th-century Australian biochemist. See: Harden-Young ester.

Young

(yŭng),
Thomas, English physician and physicist, 1773-1829. See: Young modulus, Young rule, Young-Helmholtz theory of color vision.

young

(yŭng)
adj. younger, youngest
Being in an early period of life, development, or growth.
n.
Offspring; brood: a lioness with her young.

young′ness n.
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David Vaughn Mason's depiction of Brigham Young might not be flattering, but it is fair, and it is excellent reading.
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Even Albrecht, now an Andersen Alumni professor of accounting at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, and associate dean of its school of management, sees some improvement.
Mark Fitzgerald, incident manager in the Office of IT Service Desks at Brigham Young University (Utah), observes, "Technology is becoming fully integrated in the classroom.
Matthew Sterling is a recent Brigham Young University law school graduate and the assistant city manager of Snow Ridge, Utah, a small community in the Wasatch Front.
So researchers at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, studied the program's impact on health-care costs and rates of absenteeism between 2001 and 2002.
In 1846, the new leader of the church, Brigham Young, led tens of thousands of Mormons on a 1,300-mile exodus from Illinois to Salt Lake City following two years of "violent acts against the community of Latter Day Saints," the resolution stated.
The Barlow Endowment for Music Composition at Brigham Young University is seeking composers to compete for its Barlow Prize for an A Cappella Choral Work, an $11,000 commission, which will be premiered in 2006 by Vocal Essence, the BBC Singers and the University of Utah Singers.