bloom of youth


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the best time of youth

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Sporting long hair was the fad then, and like others in the bloom of youth, I didn't want to go against the trend by having the short haircut required for PMT.
Fr Sean O Gallchoir told hundreds of mourners: "This is one of the darkest days in the history of the community in Donegal as we say a final farewell to many of our young men, snatched from us in the prime and bloom of youth."
Even more alarming, most newly infected individuals come from 'the younger, millennial generation,' Filipinos still in the bloom of youth, at the most productive and promising phase of their lives.
My age lines are not etched in ink marks deep, But with soft pencil point faintly shaded As though the kindly years have been asleep, And my bloom of youth but slightly faded.
For weekly readings call 09036 5820 07 (75p/min + access charge) LEO JULY 23 - AUGUST 22 Admittedly you should be in the bloom of youth or so in love.
Struck down in the bloom of youth. Once again, a family is heartbroken.
It's about singers such as Darlene Love, Tata Vega, Claudia Lennear, Lisa Fischer and, of course, Merry Clayton - none of whom are in the first bloom of youth but all of whom have built careers out of being backing singers for the likes of Joe Cocker, Tina Turner, Sting, The Stones, Elton John and Talking Heads.
"At 21, almost 30 years younger and sporting long luxuriant dark hair and the bloom of youth, she bore almost no resemblance to her mother."
Each generation, and the individuals within that generation, create their own: It usually correlates to they and their friends' early enthusiastic achievements and bloom of youth. This became apparent to me, shortly after the publication of Ward Shelley's "Williamsburg Timeline" drawing in 2002.
The latest fragrance from Rasasi Perfumes -- Entebaa, The Impressions Collection -- is one such exquisite range which woos the senses and reminisces the bloom of youth with its magic feel.
You may start off in the prime and bloom of youth and bring it to a close in your tottering second childhood.
The martyrs who fell during those days, many of them in the first bloom of youth, will be remembered for ever as the ones who overthrew the regime.
Smiling and still with some of the natural bloom of youth, they saw little prospect for success when they graduated in a Greece sinking under huge debt and harsh austerity.
Still, it shows there is a major role for petals to play on a plant, even after the bloom of youth has gone."
She's in the full bloom of youth, blessed with hair like an October sunset and she hides it under a rag,' he told the crying seagulls in the baby blue sky.