AY

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AcronymDefinition
AYAcademic Year
AYAntarctica
AYAmerican Youth
AYAngus Young (singer)
AYAssessment Year (business/tax)
AYAlliance Youth
AYAero Oy (formerly Finnair)
AYAlienated Youth (band)
AYAlien Youth (band)
AYY-Axis Acceleration
AYFinnair, Oyj - Finland (IATA code)
AYAlphatian Year (fictional, Dungeons & Dragons)
AYAllegheny and Western Railway Company
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He told me that I was the right stuff for success, and that he believed in encouraging American youth that wanted to rise.
Center for Native American Youth is dedicated to improving the health, safety and overall well-being of Native American youth through communication, policy development and advocacy.
She was nominated to be an all-star game cheerleader by her coaches, and selected by American Youth Football (AYF) based on an essay she submitted.
As the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) and the Ibero-American Youth Organization (OIJ) have warned, Latin American youth have more access to education but less access to high-quality jobs.
Collective dimensions of the developmental process suggest a matrix of challenges facing African American youth.
But the fact remains that American youth, quite understandably, are not itching to kill and die on behalf of Iraqis--and their parents, just as understandably, are disinclined to sacrifice their children on behalf of that cause.
Sources: Soul Searching: The Religious and Spiritual Lives of American Teenagers (Oxford University Press, 2005), and "Are American Youth Alienated From Organized Religion?
The shootings at Red Lake High School this spring brought to light some ugly statistics: Suicide among Native American youth is roughly 2.
We also include articles that draw readers' attention to the careers of people who may seem "hidden" from everyday social intercourse, specifically, articles about people who have lost their jobs; same-sex, dual-career couples; persons living with HIV; and Chinese American youth in an urban setting.
Bemak, Chung, and Siroskey-Sabdo have presented an interesting and, in many respects, groundbreaking way to approach the empowerment of African American youth.
The second chapter describes the evolution of Mexican American youth gangs and the increasing involvement of adult males in their activities.
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