42:13 And they said, Thy servants are twelve brethren, the sons of one man in the land of Canaan; and, behold, the youngest is this day with our father, and one is not.
They were all engaged in commerce, and apparently in a partnership, which to some extent held good even when the two younger had been many years absent in the Far East.
They replied, "Thy servants are twelve brothers, the sons of one man in the land of Canaan; the youngest is this day with our father, and one is not."
Miller, when we presented the monkeys to him, told us that the females both of these monkeys and of the howlers themselves took care of the young, the males not assisting them, and moreover that when the young one was a male he had always found the mother keeping by herself, away from the old males.
We need not repeat that the younger was a gifted borrower.
Thus, when Young became the President of the Church, he succeeded to all the widows of Joseph Smith.
Young is a common adjective, of the positive degree, compared regularly, young, younger, youngest: and relates to man; according to Rule 9th, which says, "Adjectives relate to nouns or pronouns."
The is commonly required before adjectives that are used by ellipsis as nouns: as, "The young are slaves to novelty; the old, to custom.
The youngest was of course the pet, our bright little darling, rather more than five.
Dalton, who first discovered its existence, as a personal peculiarity of his own, was a Quaker to his death; Young, the discoverer of the undulatory theory of light, and who wrote specially on colours, was a Quaker by birth, but he married outside the body and so ceased to belong to it.
The rich, the fair, the learned, the young, the strong, are often the first objects of his attention.
In quantity, at least, if not in quality, the younger must have been a formidable rival, for he wrote, as appears from one of these letters, four tragedies in fifteen days--possibly translations only from the Greek.
Mr. Young is an Englishman, who married a Portuguese lady in Leiria, and resided for several years in that town.
No less praiseworthy are the sisters three, The honour of the noble family Of which I meanest boast myself to be ... Phyllis, Charyllis, and sweet Amaryllis: Phyllis the fair is eldest of the three, The next to her is bountiful Charyllis, But th' youngest is the highest in degree.
Young as is the League, some most heroic members have already passed into the unseen.
Very young were these maidens, very slender and gracious, and daintily cloaked in two fair mantles.
The younger, she who is no lover of a mill, is a rare and lovely creature!
The youngest of our little family was a boy about three years younger than myself, a very beautiful child, blue-eyed and golden haired--I have still a lock of his hair, of exquisite pale golden hue--and the little lad was passionately devoted to his father.
His eldest brother, Georges, was five or six years older than himself, then came his sisters, Catherine, Jeanne, and Marie, while younger than himself were Claudie, and two brothers, Jacques and Philippe.
Nevertheless, in the attempt to please the public, as in other races, the youngest are often the fleetest.
Master Bob Young was a consumptive.
Ayton Hill remained their home for six years after their marriage, and here were born their three eldest children, of whom the youngest, John, is the subject of the present sketch.
The oldest child is a daughter, aged twenty-eight, and the youngest is also a daughter, three years of age; that you see seated in her mother's arms.
The younger, John, who married in 1816, became his father's curate, and the elder, who married a year later, became curate at Pucklechurch, not many miles distant.
Yes, let the young be gay, And sun themselves to-day;-- And from their hearts, as from their dress, Let mourning pass away.
Whilst Governor Young has been both governor and superintendent of Indian affairs throughout this period, he has been at the same time the head of the church called the Latter-day Saints, and professes to govern its members and dispose of their property by direct inspiration and authority from the Almighty.
The younger of the friends is the conductor, and presides, as is the custom of the time, at the clavecin.
The younger, Anton, who was reported without proper foundation to be Haydn's natural son, later became musical director of the prince's chapel, but then gave up music and turned farmer, finally dying of the plague in sad circumstances."
After that the widow, with her three eldest children, went to Norrland to seek employment, and the two youngest became a charge on the parish.
The first is a gentleman in every sense of the word, the latter endurable, but the young Absalom is my aversion, I am subject to involuntary likings and dislikings, for which I can give no reason, and though the man may be in every way amiable, his presence is very distasteful to me.
In one question, however, periodically fruitful of argument, even the youngest was becoming interested,--the question of the visits to the household of the various friends and playmates of the children.
Between fathers and children these ties often exist unconsciously, and "the world" as our forefathers used to say, counts so little in comparison with love eternal, that the positions are sometimes reversed, and the younger may not always be the most childlike.
The youngest of the four assembled at the table was the Italian, a rather thin, keen-faced, dark-moustached man of refined appearance.
Nor did he have to wait long; for soon after, his grand-uncle died, and the young Byron, whose mother was struggling with poverty, became a ward of Chancery; and the Earl of Carlisle--one of the richest and most powerful noblemen of the realm, a nephew by marriage of the deceased peer--was appointed his guardian.
He said, he believed Young was not a great scholar, nor had studied regularly the art of writing; that there were very fine things in his Night Thoughts, though you could not find twenty lines together without some extravagance.
The honorable Misses Chatterton were both handsome; but the younger was, if possible, a softened picture of her brother.
I remember you, my dear, Young as is this infant here.
Mr. Croft very properly guards us against supposing that Young was a gloomy man; and mentions, that 'his parish was indebted to the good-humour of the authour of the Night Thoughts for an Assembly and a Bowling-Green.'
The young, called buttons, are the best for pickling when in the globular form.
The youngest and best of us, who carry on and go through with it, though many of them are dead and many more will not live to see the day of victory, have been easily the happiest and most confident among us.
The old is the most original and independent in appearance of all the Sierra evergreens; the young is the most regular,--a strict follower of coniferous fashions,--slim, erect, with leafy, supple branches kept exactly in place, each tapering in outline and terminating in a spiry point.