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I travelled first-class on a pass with my father, and great was my juvenile pride.
Shakespeare was one of her favourite books at this time, and she took delight in juvenile attempts at personifying the characters.
She took more pleasure in her pupils literary efforts, and called him in fun the juvenile Poushkin.
Nothing can be more juvenile or paltry than the works of the native Belgians here exhibited.
LITTLE TRAVELS AND ROADSIDE SKETCHESWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
Juvenile delinquency itself has been the subject of much research (especially in the United States) during the past fifty years.
The extent of juvenile immorality in New Zealand may have been greatly magnified abroad.
Page also wrote "Two Little Confederates" for juvenile reading and non-fiction articles as well as fiction ones.
(i) There was a substantial increase in juvenile delinquency during the Second World War.
The reason is that the pre-delinquent is not attracted by such forms of recreation or healthy pleasure.
The circumstances which I am about to relate to my juvenile readers took place in the year 1647.

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