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with young

Of an animal, pregnant. Our veterinary team discovered that the lioness was with young while performing a routine health check on the animal.
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with young

Pregnant. Used of an animal.
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Working with young people taught me to shut up and listen first.
"I'm very fortunate to be working with young people.
Areas for consideration when using graphics with young children include levels of interpretation, context, sequence, pictorial literacy, part-whole perception, and emphasis (Goldsmith, 1984).
Shihab Nye, a Palestinian American, has included poems by several African American youth in her collections and works with schools and youth organizations to connect with young readers.
Parents, teachers and health care providers regularly miss opportunities to talk with young men about sexual health concerns and fail to provide them with the knowledge and skills they need to protect themselves.
According to a 1994 University of Colorado study, self-identified gay men and lesbians are among the least likely groups to behave inappropriately with young people.
Nobody knows exactly when the threat of hell faded, but it has quietly gone the way of the Edsel, penny candy, and churches filled with young people.
Zzz You'll need a lot of rest after working with young campers.
Because professionals may interact with young men in a variety of settings, there is no standard way to expose men to relevant themes.
Lynne McKechnie (2000) notes that the conventional methods used in public library user research--interviews and surveys--are not appropriate for use with young children whose oral and written language skills are still developing.