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Synonyms for teenage

Synonyms for teenage

being of the age 13 through 19

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Tracy Gourley, head of Coventry City Council's Respect Yourself campaign, said it was hard to pinpoint exactly why the number of teenage pregnancies had risen.
Why do we measure teenage pregnancy hut do not count teenage mothers?
Teenage fertility rates reached a peak of over 100 births per 1 000 women in 1992 and 1995, and have declined consistently since 2001 to a level of 73 per 1 000 in 2005.
The Who frontman Roger Daltrey, who is patron of Teenage Cancer Trust, is delighted that Kasabian are donating proceeds from their Glastonbury warm-up gig to the charity.
The goal of CHICAS -- Chicas In Control and Succeeding -- is to unravel the myths and misinformation facing teenage girls while teaching them individualism and self-confidence.
In a study of British teenage girls, attitudes toward meat were determined by a 30-minute semi-structured interview (Kenyon and Barker, 1998).
Due to the social and emotional challenges associated with teenage pregnancy, establishing criteria for mentors in a program of such importance requires careful planning to ensure compatibility between the mentor and mentee.
Screening Teenage Caveman (2001) might have thrown a little night-light on the solitude and torture: Among the "important relics of the past that we've rescued," a cute teenage mutant tells even cuter mutant-to-be Andrew Keegan as he ogles something Koons-y, is "art from an especially fertile period in human creativity known as the '80s.
Teenage pregnancy rates in Britain remain the highest in Western Europe, and one in every ten babies born in England has a teenage mother.
I had a ton of great ideas for my senior year, but my primary goal was to start a Teenage Republicans club in my school so that other kids like me could share ideas and not have to worry about offending people.
Camp Champions offered an opportunity for teenage boys to participate in an innovative program designed to promote responsibility and maturity.
A qualitative, explorative, descriptive and contextual research approach was followed to study the problems experienced by teenage mothers in the southern Hho-Hho region of Swaziland.
All money raised will benefit Teenage Parent Program
A TEENAGE boy was stripped and beaten during a violent street robbery.
However, the harsh reality is that Teenage Cancer Trust currently only has the resources to help one in every two young people diagnosed with cancer in the UK.