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1 Younger women agree but more of them (43%) feel that men and women have different strengths and weaknesses in what they can do well.
2 These new ideas are penetrating into the minds of the younger generation.
3 Yes," said the younger, "but in all these paintings there is only the mother and the children."
4 I know one billionaire family who have managed to instil a sense of proportion, industry and obligation into the various younger members: there are no private jets, chauffeurs or suchlike.
5 Since his wife was much younger than he, he was constantly afraid of being cuckolded.
6 Or as my younger son would say, fudge knuckle.
7 World of Adventures discovered from a survey of younger visitors early this year that children were annoyed by parents reluctant to go on the white-knuckle rides.
8 Big boys sometimes domineer over the younger pupils.
9 Initially, she's your typical younger sister, clamouring for attention but then fading shyly away when anyone actually gives it.
10 the thing though: As hot as she is, and as fun as she may seem, it’s not worth it. Relationships with younger women have a way of ending badly.
11 She's been eating off her younger sister for months.
12 After becoming popular with younger listeners through a rapper\\\\\\\'s remix of \\\"Walk Hard, \\\" Dewey is awarded a lifetime achievement award.
13 But this creates a problem — what if an object in the older generation references a younger object, which is not reachable through any other chain of references from a root?
14 Bark beetles in lodgepole pine used to be more selective, leaving the younger and healthier trees alone.
15 He looks much younger and handsomer than on the screen.
16 The rain having soaked them, they were walking along the paths on the sunny side; the elder was leading the younger; they were pale and ragged; they had the air of wild birds.
17 Big boys sometimes domineer their younger brothers and sisters.
18 Her 12-year-old son, Quanah, had galloped away from the attackers, with a younger brother in tow.
19 They think one would attract new and younger volunteers, speed up the process, and, with built-in GPS function, assure more accurate location information.
20 eels would make him look ten years younger, Nan dived into the water and let them feast upon layers of dead skin.
21 But small species of trout, char and younger salmon swim beside them in Edenic abundance.
22 This all shows that the younger a woman is, the tougher she will be on a straying man, and the more important fidelity and monogamy are to her value system.
23 teens” might prove popular among younger trend-setters (even if purists protest that these begin in 2013 not 2010).
24 But, they point out, the same association between performance and mortality risk was seen in the grip strength studies, which included a younger and presumably healthier population.
25 Besides a father she has a younger brother to support.
26 He acquainted his classmate with my younger brother.
27 If someone had said 'this is me, my wife, my job' to me when I was younger it would have helped massively.
28 But now they that are younger than I have me in derision, whose fathers I would have disdained to have set with the dogs of my flock.
29 Coupons - When I was younger my brother and I made a coupon booklet for my mother it included things like "Wash dishes for the day", "Vacuum for the week" etc just chores around the house.
30 People younger than 30 who use a tanning bed 10 times a year have eight times the risk of developing malignant melanoma.