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Synonyms for stripling

Synonyms for stripling

a juvenile between the onset of puberty and maturity

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DODGERS pitcher Ross Stripling left) triggered a mass brawl when he hit Miami Marlins Giancarlo Stanton on Friday night.
Stripling had two doubles, Kister homered and Potter had three RBIs.
He reminded me a lot of Harry Leslie Smith, who, a stripling of 91, is devoting his remaining days to touring the country, urging us not to let the great post-war advancements - the NHS, free schooling, our welfare state - be snatched from us by the austerity thieves.
Alpina GB sales manager Matthew Stripling says the cars are designed for people who appreciate refinement and comfort as much as very high performance.
Construction on each of the 8,050-SF, two-story Southern-style homes began in 2012, said Rick Stripling, vice chancellor for student affairs.
Butcher tells me that he hasn't met him since the singer was a mere stripling, but that he expects him to be interpreting some Frank Sinatra songs.
and Sandra Hirsh, Lee Rainie, Peter Morville, Barbara Stripling, and Roy Tennant, all from the U.
Nevertheless, the "crucial tension" (1) between traditional mountain religion and the majority of the region's major writers is what Lang intends to explore by focusing on these six influential poets: Miller himself, Fred Chappell, Robert Morgan, Jeff Daniel Marion, Kathryn Stripling Byer, and Charles Wright.
Stripling has been elected president of ALA for 2013-2014.
Sylvia Stripling and I served on the panels managed by the American Arbitration Association in the Eighth, 17th, and 18th circuits.
A traditional Korean tyrannical and isolationist kingdom, its generals and courtiers now prop up a stripling new king.
Stripling and the school's Xerox staff designed the space after consulting with veterinary school representatives.
The Common Core has a different way of assessing texts," says Barbara Stripling, director of library services for the New York City School Library System.