(in Hosta) the pre-adult stages of a plant usually exemplified by more pointed, narrower leaves,fewer vein pairs, thinner marginal variegation, faster growth rate, and often smaller leaf and clump size
a youthful person of or relating to or characteristic of or appropriate for children or young people; "juvenile diabetes"; "juvenile fashions
A juvenile is a child or young person who is not yet old enough to be regarded as an adult. The number of juveniles in the general population has fallen by a fifth in the past 10 years
of or relating to or characteristic of or appropriate for children or young people; "juvenile diabetes"; "juvenile fashions"
Juvenile offenders receive special treatment and the overriding emphasis is on rehabilitation rather than punishment, with criminal proceedings being avoided wherever possible There is a juvenile court where crimes committed by children are tried
disapproval If you describe someone's behaviour as juvenile, you are critical of it because you think that it is silly or childish. He's a typical male, as he gets older he becomes more juvenile. = childish
The early stage in the life cycle of anadromous fish when they migrate downstream to the ocean
The ratio of families who have juvenile delinquents and are on welfare relief is 4.9 times higher than families in general according to judicial statistics. Although the ratio of poor families with juvenile delinquents is relatively low, juvenile delinquents are more likely to come from poor families than from other families.
A juvenile hall, also known a youth detention center, is a prison for people from the age of responsibility, which varies by jurisdiction, to the age of majority, which also varies by jurisdiction. An offender residing in a center is colloquially referred to as a juvie, and the center is often referred to colloquially by the same name by the general public
A juvenile court is a court which deals with crimes committed by young people who are not yet old enough to be considered as adults. A court with jurisdiction over all cases involving children under a specified age, usually 18 years. Special court handling problems of delinquent, neglected, or abused children. Two types of cases are processed by a juvenile court: civil matters, often concerning care of an abandoned or impoverished child, and criminal matters, arising from antisocial behaviour by the child. Most statutes provide that all persons under a given age (often 18 years) must first be processed by the juvenile court, which can then, at its discretion, assign the case to an ordinary court. Before the creation of the first juvenile court, in Chicago in 1899, and the subsequent creation of other such courts in the United States and other countries (e.g., Canada in 1908; England in 1908; France in 1912; Russia in 1918; Poland in 1919; Japan in 1922; and Germany in 1923), juveniles were tried in the same courts as adults
Juvenile delinquency is destruction of property and other criminal behaviour that is committed by young people who are not old enough to be legally considered as adults. Antisocial or criminal behavior by children or adolescents
A juvenile delinquent is a young person who is guilty of committing crimes, especially destruction of property or violence. A juvenile guilty of antisocial or criminal behavior. a child or young person who behaves in a criminal way delinquency
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