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  • Examples of young
    1. Young (20–25 day old) mice were anesthetized with isoflurane and craniotomized under aseptic conditions.
    2. What else, you tell me, can make a group of young men from various backgrounds, educational levels and races doing their National Service (aka Army) and communicating on a sama-sama wavelength?
    3. Yet despite its good intentions, the IRL has attracted more untried, fuzz-faced young gunslingers-in-waiting than tight-jawed, steady-handed shootists, pulling in only two drivers who still fit the mold.
    4. Mary Pickford is bringing the story-book children, beloved by young and old, to the silvercloth. (Motion Picture Magazine, November 1921)
    5. With a German lad and a young Australian couple, I ate caviar, borscht, blinnies and beef stroganoff in the dining car, exchanged naughty jokes, played chess, and drank too much vodka.
    6. The anterior cap (ac) is small and oval, and it is longitudinally symmetrical in young individuals (Fig 2: G1, H1) but slightly posterolabially stretched in old individuals (Fig 2: I1, J1).
  • Examples of youngs
    1. Examples of younger
      1. He is one of India’s more celebrated younger musicians, prized especially for the vocalistic phrasing of his raga improvisations.
      2. The aging (or younging) of a population refers to the fact that a population, as a unit of observation, is getting older (or younger).
      3. They mix the classes up agewise so the older children lead the younger ones.
      4. The two distinguishably younger samples (5013 and 8034, from the Maranhão and Cassiporé, respectively) are from the northernmost portion of the Brazilian CAMP. A similar relation is shown on the African continental margin in Guinea (4 ).
      5. Go tell dem natty dreadlocks no wear handcuff,” advises Damian Marley, his guest star and younger brother, who accuses the officers of jealousy.
      6. By the time Maggie, who is eight years younger than Manuela, started playing, baselining was no longer enough to win points, so she learned to move around the court more …
      7. I used to play in a band when I was younger. We had a few fans and we thought we were the bee's knees.
      8. It is a film for the more mature audiences, but there is plenty of blood and guts to please the younger viewers too.
      9. ...the younger generation will not altogether be grateful for the book in which they are contained — especially when he boobs in calling the Weavers a rock ensemble.
      10. They have to card anybody who looks 21 or younger.
    2. Examples of younged
      1. Medicare data was "younged" by a month to achieve conformity with the conventional completed ages recorded in the census.
      2. Shoshonitic magmatism younged southwards in the Superior Province, commensurate with the southwardly diachronous accretion of allochthonous subprovinces.
    3. Examples of younging
      1. The aging (or younging) of a population refers to the fact that a population, as a unit of observation, is getting older (or younger).
      2. Where well preserved, the pillows show cuspate lower boundaries and lobate upper contacts, defining stratigraphic younging (Fig. 3 E).
    4. Examples of youngest
      1. John's youngest is doing well at school. He's a bit of a bright spark, isn't he?
      2. My youngest child is forty-three. ‎
      3. He is a curly-haired schoolboy barely in his teens, but 13-year-old Jordan Romero from California has become the youngest person to climb Mount Everest.
      4. The traditional Thai greeting, the wai, is generally offered first by the youngest of the two people meeting, with their hands pressed together, fingertips pointing upwards as the head is bowed to touch their face to the hands.
      5. The most common symptom is a mild mottle on the youngest leaves of infected plants.
      6. Elsewhere, many of the youngest volcanic plains units onlap tesserae at crustal plateau boundaries.
      7. Their youngest son always put up a fight when it was bedtime.
      8. I may be the youngest in my family but I still resent being referred to as the baby.
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