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youth

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a young person between birth and puberty

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People from every walk of life, especially youngsters are busy in decorating their houses and vehicles with national flags as the nation has started preparations to celebrate the Independence Day.
People belonging to every walk of life especially youngsters busy in decorating their houses and vehicles with national flags as nation starts preparations to celebrate Independence Day.
Dubai: Dubai Police has arrested four youngsters after a video showing them assaulting another youngster went viral, police said on Sunday.
MULTAN -- Pak Eleven Cricket Club Saturday won a match at the 58th All-Pakistan Cricket Tournament 2017-18, by defeating Youngster Club by 117 runs at district sports ground here.
Although it's easily said--housing up to 85 homeless youngsters with behavioural and health problems--each youngster requires a great deal of work.
"We have just helped a youngster at Reading who needed a little bit more development.
Every youngster received a commemorative medal at the end of the project run by Anglesey County Council.
The main cost to the adult forager is the chance that the fumbling youngster will let the meal escape, says Thornton.
For instance, factors that strain a youngster's ability to conform to school demands and profit from the educational enterprise include the high density, of students in urban schools, students whose culture of origin remains unsynchronized with the demands and expectations prescribed within mainstream educational settings, dilapidated facilities, inadequately prepared teachers, inconsistent school rules and regulations, heightened levels of crime and violence, large unemployment rates, substandard housing, poor health care, persistent poverty, family challenges, substance abuse, and large immigrant populations (Holcomb-McCoy, 1998; Patton & Day-Vines, 2004).
One youngster said, "I don't think 15 plus 20 equals 30" and began counting the tiles she had been using to help her find a solution earlier while asking the first student if he would explain his solution using the tiles.
Make it clear that the youngster plans to engage in strength training and that you are interested in securing a comprehensive examination and any helpful recommendations before starting.
A mental health professional with special expertise in the area of child and adolescent trauma is the best person to help a youngster with PTSD.
Under the proposals, young offenders will be given "final warnings" rather than repeat cautions; courts will be expected to halve the time it takes to bring a youngster before magistrates; parents will be expected to ensure greater control over their chi ldren; and curfews will be enforced for under 10s.
Institute for Youth Entrepreneurship (IYE) had trouble selling the greeting cards that were a product of New York Colors, their own company, one youngster simply refused to take "no" for an answer.