Other articles related to "young":
... The Young America Movement was an American political and cultural attitude in the mid-nineteenth century ... Inspired by European reform movements of the 1830s (see Young Italy, Young Hegelians), the American group was formed as a political organization in 1845 by Edwin de Leon and George H ... O'Sullivan captured the general purpose of the Young America Movement in an 1837 editorial for the Democratic Review Historian Edward L ...
... The Young Patriots Organization was an American left-wing organization of the 1960s and 1970s ... of Chicago, the organization was designed to support young, white migrants from the Appalachia region ... of the Black Panther Party and José "Cha-Cha" Jiménez of the Young Lords Organization the three organizations formed the Rainbow Coalition (unrelated to Jesse ...
... Young, Gay and Proud is a book written for adolescents who are exploring a gay identity ... It was edited by Sasha Alyson and Lynne Yamaguchi Fletcher ...
... Female treeshrews give birth to up to three young after a gestation period of 45 to 50 days, in nests lined with dry leaves inside tree hollows ... The young are born blind and hairless, but are able to leave the nest after about a month ... During this period, the mother provides relatively little maternal care, visiting her young only for a few minutes every other day to suckle them ...
... a brief stint on the soap opera Santa Barbara, playing the young Mason Capwell ... and the daily soap earned him a nomination for the Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor each ...
Famous quotes containing the word young:
“A young bride is like a plucked flower; but a guilty wife is like a flower that had been walked over.”
—Honoré De Balzac (17991850)
“There was a young man of Calcutta
Who had a most terrible stutter.
He said, Pass the ham,
And the j...j...j...jam,
And the b...b...b...b...b...b....butter.”
“Custom has made dancing sometimes necessary for a young man; therefore mind it while you learn it, that you may learn to do it well, and not be ridiculous, though in a ridiculous act.”
—Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (16941773)