postpubescent


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postpubescent

 [pōst″pu-bes´ent]
after puberty.

post·pu·bes·cent

(pōst'pyū-bes'ĕnt),
Subsequent to the period of puberty.

post·pu·bes·cent

(pōst'pyū-bes'ĕnt)
Subsequent to the period of puberty.
Synonym(s): postpuberal, postpubertal.

post·pu·bes·cent

(pōst'pyū-bes'ĕnt)
Subsequent to the period of puberty.
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Miss Athwal said the pictures included all levels of seriousness and depicted both pre-and postpubescent children.
One cannot discount, for instance, the effect of a cast of prepubescent, pubescent, and possibly postpubescent boys railing and declaiming on the stage.
What begins as a typical anime story of barely postpubescent adolescents piloting giant mechs soon becomes a dark, psychological tale about the human condition, social bonding, and existential despair set against an eschatological background that consistently causes the viewer to doubt whether the human species is worthy of evolution or whether it should merely be allowed to go extinct.
It is about priests having sex with postpubescent young men.
As the person moves to rungs of development where postpubescent sexuality emerges, this requires that the prepubescent rungs be transcended and included and the views from those rungs be replaced as the climber moves onto the rung of pubescence.
For example, O'Dea and Abraham (1999) found that a higher percentage of postpubescent boys than postpubescent girls were trying to build up their body while a higher percentage of postpubescent girls than postpubescent boys were dieting to lose weight.
should expect that the (adverse) reaction of (postpubescent) twelve-to
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On the other hand, never did I glimpse so much as the calf or--Allah forbid--knee of a postpubescent female villager.
(5) One force equates feminine desirability with appearance, and desired appearance with a lean look that is unnatural and unhealthy for most postpubescent women.
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