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That little wood of hazel and tall pine And youngling fir, where oft we have loved to see The level beams of early morning shine Freshly from tree to tree.
The best character is the youngling Ahsoka Tano (Ashley Eckstein), a Padawan cutie with real screen presence.
Yes; she again cross'd o'er the main, And things of moment left undone, Tho o'er her head had scarcely run Her nineteenth year, no whit deluded By wily fraud, she there concluded, And bore the youngling to its own again.
geongling < youngling, samgeong, youngster, youth, juvenile, junior, Dutch jongen 'a boy' (jong meaning both 'a boy' and 'a young animal'), Serbian mladic 'youth' and junak (which changed meaning into 'a brave man, hero' like Russian [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
Olivelle renders this: "A man who knows the youngling together with its placement [adhuna] and counterplacement [pratyadhana], its post and rope, will undoubtedly hold off the seven rivals who hate him.
As if he were some youngling who has never eaten wild oats?
I have not changed my spots, but I shall not harm you, youngling.
That virtue therefore which is but a youngling in the contemplation of evil, and knows not the utmost that vice promises to her followers, and rejects it, is but a blank virtue, not a pure.
A Jedi knight in training under the watchful tutelage of his uncle Luke, Ben in a fit of rage killed all the Jedi younglings before he left to join the First Order, seduced to the dark side by Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Serkis), a pruny-but-imposing figure who is powerful in the dark side of the Force.
WHEN PARENTS CURTAIL their kids' independence, they're not just depriving the younglings of childhood fun.