youthhood

youthhood

(ˈjuːθhʊd)
n
1. youth, the state of being young
2. young people as a whole
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He is a pro-freedom activist and a member of Jamaat-e-Islami since his youthhood.
His youthhood passed when Owshar Turkmen were on the throne during his adulthood Gajar Turkmen were ruling in Iran.
A screening for hairstylists and taxi drivers organised by Youthhood in Zimbabwe attracted the Mayor of Bulawayo, who "gave his support and promised to ensure council clinics are fully stocked with female condoms".
As for young Muslim women, specifically those who opt for a pious youthhood and don a headscarf, face veil (niqab), eschew alcohol, premarital sex, and co-ed swimming, for instance, are viewed more as posing a threat to the cultural traditions and "core values" of liberal European societies.
The core theme that runs through my work is an interest in the cultures and politics of children and youth in the Muslim Middle East and ways that institutions--especially schools (with their local to global influences) attempt to frame youthhoods to correspond with certain notions of moral upbringing, citizenship, and development.
Instead, they foster an extended youthhood, rejecting sustained economic participation and squandering their prospects.
Presenters Pam Stenhjem and Megan Dushin described the Youthhood Web site (http://www.
Sir Jeremy Morse writes "I cannot extend Susan Thorpe's excellent "Double Doubles" in this month's Word Ways but the following seem to be better examples of their pairings than the ones she gives: addeem, O'Keeffe, keenness, youthhood, mammee, unneeded, unnooked, Goossens (a mujsician), Wootton (a painter), sirree, lessee and settee.
One hundred and thirty years after the youthhood of the unhappy Henry Clinton, one grandson, Colonel Frederick Clinton, was recording in his diaries how he was berated by his wife for not 'speaking out' regarding the death of their little boy.
That's why 63 percent of graduates return home to mom and dad after they graduate and many young people transition into youthhood instead of adulthood.