Altogether, the life expectancy of Americans under age 50 ranks at the bottom of the advanced world.
Most of those users were under age 18 when they first tried whip-its.
Moreover, in 1427 he himself swore that as long as the king was under age the Council and not the Protector was to govern.
Consequently, I was under age, and the Bye-laws are still unbroken.
Because his son Edmund was under age, the crown was set on the head of his illegitimate offspring, Athelstan.
"I'm under age," said Ambrose, calmly squinting along his cue.
The eldest son Thomas married, and died in his father's lifetime; leaving a son George, and three daughters, all under age.
It is a mercy she did not marry some greedy foreigner while she was under age.
Katherine was under age, and yet subject to her father's authority.
The young master, was under age, and at the same time under the guardianship of his Uncle.