• a gang of youths
  • 若者たちの一団
  • in my youth
  • 若いころは(◆日常的にはwhen I was young)
  • keep one's youth
  • 若さを保つ
  • relive one's youth
  • 若いころを思い出す
  • A seventeen-year-old youth found in Veck's London lodgings revealed to the police that Veck had gone to Portsmouth and was returning shortly by train.
  • Wikipedia: Cleveland Street scandal
  • Active in local charities and youth organisations, he became a Freemason and in the early 1960s was assistant commissioner for the Canberra-Monaro Boy Scouts.
  • Wikipedia: William Brill
  • Adult Scouters who earned Eagle Scout as a youth may wear a square knot emblem with a red, white, and blue striped square knot above the left shirt pocket; the medal may be worn on formal occasions.
  • Wikipedia: Eagle Scout (Boy Scouts of America)
  • As a result, the growing dissatisfaction with the status quo felt by an increasingly politically aware youth was expressed through non-political channels which Pakistan, seeking to weaken India's hold over Kashmir, transformed into an active insurgency.
  • Wikipedia: Political integration of India
  • Booth considered retiring after the season, feeling that the time needed for first-class cricket was impinging on his work as a lay preacher and a Christian youth worker.
  • Wikipedia: Brian Booth
  • Boyce felt that Scouting's emphasis on outdoor activity was crucial in producing the type of leaders that America needed because youth reared in cities had too much done for them, whereas those from the country had to learn to do things for themselves.
  • Wikipedia: William D. Boyce
  • Docherty built a new team around the group of talented young players emerging from the club's youth set-up and Chelsea challenged for honours throughout the 1960s, enduring several near-misses.
  • Wikipedia: Chelsea F.C.
  • Dramatist Ronald Gow lived there in his youth and later taught at the local grammar school.
  • Wikipedia: Altrincham
  • Ford currently teaches politics to the youth of Owensboro from the Owensboro Museum of Science and History, which houses a replica of his Senate office.
  • Wikipedia: Wendell H. Ford
  • From then on he spent all of his youth in Australia except for a year in Europe in 1924 when his father went on sabbatical leave at Paris's Pasteur Institute.
  • Wikipedia: Michael Woodruff
  • Guardiola brought with him the now famous tiki-taka style of play he had been taught during his time in the Barcelona youth teams.
  • Wikipedia: FC Barcelona
  • He chose his ring name in honour of Puerto Rican boxer Wilfredo Gómez, whose videotaped fights Armstrong had studied intently as a youth.
  • Wikipedia: Michael Gomez
  • He later made a name for himself by teaching military skills to youths from the surrounding area.
  • Wikipedia: Zhou Tong (archer)
  • Hillcourt was recognized for his service to youth by the BSA with the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award on May 19, 1978.
  • Wikipedia: William Hillcourt
  • Hubert Wellington said that while Delacroix was a lifelong admirer of Gros, the dominating enthusiasm of his youth was for Géricault.
  • Wikipedia: The Raft of the Medusa
  • In spite of relatively low expectations in the lead up to the season, the 2010–11 season was extremely successful for the club, with the A-league and youth league teams both finishing 2nd in their respective leagues in the regular season.
  • Wikipedia: Central Coast Mariners FC
  • In the 1860s, a Dublin woman recollected that in her youth a large silver punchbowl, embossed with a family crest of a boar's head, was shown to visitors and was claimed to have been the Pig-faced Lady's trough.
  • Wikipedia: Pig-faced women
  • In the first episode, a teenaged Roy and his best friend, Blackie Gray, signed for the Rovers after being spotted playing for a youth club team.
  • Wikipedia: Roy of the Rovers
  • In the United States, the Cub Scout and Boy Scout programs of the BSA are for boys only; however, for youths age 14 and older, Venturing is co-educational.
  • Wikipedia: Scouting