Thesaurus / young


Earlier this year, L Catterton invested in Hydrow, a younger rowing startup that recently raised $25 million.
They provide flood control and critical habitat for young fish and other marine creatures.
Venezuela’s own General Assembly declared that Maduro was out and they installed as president the young reformer Juan Guaidó.
If it’s a young guy who’s got sniffles, who’s you know 10 years old, gets tested, all of a sudden he’s a case and he’s gonna be better tomorrow.
By young adulthood, these kids had no clue how to influence or lead others.
The young Finn has scored five goals from the blueline and has assisted on 17 more.
Those children, some of them are really young, will never recover from what we are putting them through.
An arbitration case against two young money managers, Lawrence Minicone and Zachary Squire, who left Bridgewater and planned to start their own firm, Tekmerion Capital Management, also caused concern among staff.
About 1,300 light-years away, a young triple-star system is warping and splitting a disk of dust and gas where planets could one day form.
Now Europe is experiencing a new spike in infections, many of them linked to vacationers who caught the virus and brought it home, as well as young people socializing.


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