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Historically, brain surgery is one of the youngest of all surgical subspecialties.
There is a focus, both in the museum and in the memorial peace park which surrounds it, on the youngest casualties.
At first, there was fighting and killing amongst the rats with only the youngest and strongest rats surviving.
The youngest kids, the article notes, are less averse to inequality.
Two of my kids and my husband are science majors and my youngest wants to be a lawyer, and they're all big sf fans.
The oldest one's in seventh grade, the youngest one's in fifth grade.
They were a few years younger than me, the oldest maybe seventeen, the youngest about eleven.
He was one of the youngest people to receive tenure in the university's history.
Two questions commonly asked of any volcano are the age of its youngest eruption and the frequency of eruptive events.

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