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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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Aptly named Consuelo (comfort) and Milagro (miracle), the young sisters capture a period of time in Puerto Rico as readers follow their unfolding drama.
The Young CPA Network is designed to provide a place where young CPAs can go to find information and resources geared toward their needs.
The young man looked perplexed, glanced at the help-wanted sign, politely thanked her and left.
In a world that constantly panders to the young, a challenging Church, which combines the truth with charity and pastoral care, is a very attractive proposition.
I would vote for the latter," said Simone-Nicole Sneed, a dread-locked, pierced-lipped intern for the Young Voter Alliance.
The chapter "The Mal du Siele: Politics and Sexuality" explores the young male intellectuals (les hussards) who defined themselves against the engagement of Sartre, analyzes existentialism as a postwar youth culture, and discusses the public's fascination with the "J-3" generation, which got its name from the wartime ration category for youth (jeunes) between the ages of thirteen and twenty-one.
The Young Men's Clinic provides medical, social work, mental health and health education services at two clinic sessions each week.
Many of the barriers reported by the young people in the Pew study are more relevant to schools than to public libraries, dealing with varying policies and educational strategies.
This program is going to help them, and they can in turn join the Young Entrepreneurs association and have networking opportunities and peer support.
The Young Dancer section first appeared in the magazine in November 1938 as the official publication of the Dance Troupers, an international organization of dance students.
The young did vote for Clinton in droves in '92, but now two thirds of them disapprove of the job he's doing, and more and more identify with the Republicans.
The section addresses ways in which youth have become detached from the mobile industry, gives analysis of how this situation has come about and draws on examples of brands both inside and outside of mobile to give a series of actionable recommendations to stakeholders on how to reconnect with the young consumer segment.