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Nearly 90 years ago, a psychologist proposed that birth order could have an impact on what kind of person a child becomes. The idea took hold in popular culture. What does it mean to be the last one in the birth order, and what exactly is youngest child syndrome?
Log in. A1 having lived or existed for only a short time and not old :. Describing people who are young.
In the United States, for instance, September 1st is the current cut-off date for most elementary schools. That means your child has to have turned 5 on or before September 1 to be eligible for kindergarten. By the same token, if your child is born September 2, she is likely to be the eldest child in her class when she finally does go into kindergarten.
Being in an early period of life, development, or growth. Newly begun or formed; not advanced: a young biotech company. Relating to, typical of, or suggestive of youth or early life: He is young for his age.
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Average age ranges from 45 to 65, with her youngest client at 18 and the oldest in her 80s. Republican Elise Stefanik, 30, of upstate New York, just became the youngest woman ever elected to the House of Representatives. This week, on December 10th, Human Rights Day, she will receive the Nobel Prize—the youngest person ever to be honored.