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youth

(yo͞oth)
n. pl. youths (yo͞oths, yo͞othz)
1.
a. The condition or quality of being young: Travel while you still have your youth.
b. The time of life between childhood and maturity: He was rebellious in his youth.
c. An early period of development or existence: a nation in its youth.
2.
a. A young person, especially a young male in late adolescence.
b. (used with a sing. or pl. verb) Young people considered as a group.
3. Geology The first stage in the erosion cycle.

youth

Adolescence Vox populi
1. A nebulously defined period of development between puberty and maturity.
2. A young person.

youth

(ūth)
The period between childhood and maturity.

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Q. what type of cancer is the most common one for youth?

A. this is an educated guess, but i don't have the paper work to prove it, but i think acute leukemia. i know that it's incidence increased since the 70's. (although decreasing in the 90's..)

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Youthful offenders who violate a major infraction are reviewed and sentenced by the general population disciplinary board, Should the disciplinary board allow the youthful offender to return to the program, a hearing by the Level Board is convened to determine sanctions within the program.
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The young lady was my mother So youthful looking, she; I gazed at her in disbelief And she gazed back at me.
A graduate of the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) stood first at the mid-year temporary position program at the examination office famously known as CERN, among 45 youthful alumni from over the globe.
Kids deserve a fresh start when they become adults, not a lifetime of fear because of youthful indiscretions.
The company s new logo looks more youthful and playful and could certainly be more appealing to the general public.
We have a youthful exuberance about us when it comes to wanting to play a bit," Lancaster said.
We have a youthful exuberance about us when it comes to wanting to play a bit, but as the weather closed in we needed to put ball in right areas," Lancaster said.