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Ozick depicts these Old Boys-turned-oldsters as having changed little over the decades from their callow, snobbish boyhood selves.
We read of boyhood pranks, budding romance, friendships fortified through shared adventure, as well as the horrors of Auschwitz.
He had been ready for the 2019 NBA Draft and brought his family and his boyhood coach, Nelson Ossé, from his hometown of Montreal to New York City for the festivities.
Of his private life during manhood we know very little, of his boyhood nothing.
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He seemed to pass under the mastery of a great mood that was a composite reproduction of all the moods of his forgotten boyhood.
Perhaps he is a little conscious of his charm; if so, it is hardly his fault, for hero-worship has been his lot from boyhood.
FIRST PLAYSA. A. MILNE
He had begun life as an officer in the French household troops in absolute boyhood.
He saw them dark and beautiful, tender as his mother's, true and faithful, as in his boyhood's dream of years ago.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
Thomas Randulf and Jacob Worse were known from their boyhood as the most daring on such occasions.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
Scattered about are several great English elms, which were no doubt large trees during the poet's boyhood, a hundred years ago.

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