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In his youngest days, when his mother used to regulate his food, she would stuff him full of rice.
Our youngest benedict was not more than eighteen years of age, and his salary only £45 a year.
In his twenty-third year he became manager of the Shrewsbury and Ludlow Railway—probably the youngest railway manager recorded.
"We have a grandfather in Greenfield," spoke up the youngest child before his sister could clap her hand over his mouth.
THE BOX-CAR CHILDRENGERTRUDE CHANDLER WARNER
Of her very numerous family, four daughters and her youngest son had accompanied her to Petersburg.
Shortly after this the youngest apprentice went below, and found the ill-used lad standing on a locker, and gibbering fearfully.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
Latest of all came little Guy, Mr. F's youngest clerk, the pet of the firm as well as of his home, a mere boy of sixteen.
Lieutenant-General Alison is the youngest by considerable; I think she is about nine and a half or three-quarters.
A HORSE'S TALEMARK TWAIN
It was even open to doubt whether a board of guardians could legally detain the youngest orphan infant struggling to be free.
Thus were my youngest days spent, and often have I looked back to them in far different scenes.
THE ADOPTED DAUGHTERELIZABETH SANDHAM

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