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Beachy sees no irony between his rustic, low-tech boyhood and a career spent developing new types of agricultural technologies.
It reminds me of one of my first boyhood lessons in camaraderie.
He still lives in his boyhood room at his parents' house and says he hopes to start a fast-food franchise one day.
Baseball has special meaning for me because it was once my boyhood ambition, and for five years it was my career.
Finally the object was revealed: the mechanical baseball game that consumed thousands of hours of my boyhood.
It is in the early days of rollicking boyhood that the revelation first burst upon one, all in a day, as it were.
More than the dialogue and the situation had dated: the moral climate was no longer that of my boyhood.
It is in the early days of rollicking boyhood that the revelation first bursts upon one, all in a day, as it were.
My boyhood,- with no shadows over it but those my own wayward will called up.
One thing about his boyhood was peculiar: he hardly grew.
His father was an unsuccessful silk manufacturer, and his boyhood was far from happy.
Such education as he gained in boyhood he received from his brother.
It is in the early days of rollicking boyhood that the revelation first bursts upon one, all in a day, as it were.
He was always capable of a childlike lightheartedness, and from his boyhood he would sing by himself.
His boyhood had been punctuated by dramatic examples of the unpredictability of human behavior and the role of accident in life.
He began looking into the cost of having boxes shipped to him, in hopes that he might have retained a boyhood letter.
Boyhood dreams also available, slightly squashed by hardbitten realism.
He was catching his second breath, recovering his lost manhood, or boyhood.
For example, the reminiscences of the writer's boyhood, which form the lengthy introduction.
Slain policeman's family, friend recall his boyhood, his easy grin.

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