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The film follows shy and lonely teenager Nick (Cera) desperate to lose his virginity. While on a trailer park holiday with his mother and her boyfriend, he meets an attractive girl (Doubleday) and is immediately smitten. When the two are separated Nick must learn how to rebel in order to be with the girl he loves.



Shy teenager Nick Twisp lives with his mother, Estelle, and her boyfriend, Jerry, in Oakland, California. After selling a faulty car to a group of sailors, Jerry takes Estelle and Nick to a trailer park in Clearlake where Nick meets Sheeni Saunders, a young woman his age, interested in French culture and sharing Nick's musical taste. Despite her boyfriend, Trent Preston, they become romantically involved. Nick gets a dog for her named Albert (after Albert Camus), but Albert rips up the family's property and Sheeni's parents ban it from the house.

Youth in Revolt: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack was released on January 5, 2010 by Lakeshore Records. The film itself contained 19 songs, leaving 9 out of the official soundtrack. The score was composed by John Swihart who also did the score for Napoleon Dynamite and The Brothers Solomon.

The Philadelphia Department of Human Services is committed to supporting the placement stability of children and youth in the foster care and the juvenile justice systems. As part of this commitment, DHS has released and will release several job announcements on the main webpage to support our hiring efforts. Please share these announcements with your networks.

Youth exchanges take place outside the school environment. On a youth exchange, you can expect to participate in activities such as workshops, exercises, debates, role-plays, outdoor activities and more.

To participate in a youth exchange, you cannot apply directly for a grant as an individual. Applications must be made by an organisation or a group of young people who in turn select who will participate in the exchange.

Stray Kids (Hangul: 스트레이 키즈; RR: Seuteurei Kijeu), shortened as SKZ, is a South Korean boy group formed by JYP Entertainment through the 2017 reality show of the same name. The group officially debuted on March 25, 2018 with District 9 (I Am Not). 3 of the members are part of a rap/hip hop sub-unit called 3RACHA.

Along with the launch of Stray Kids' official website, JYPE announced the release of the group's pre-debut extended play (EP) titled Mixtape. It contains seven tracks co-written and co-composed by the members, including "Hellevator" and other songs that they performed during the show. The EP, along with the performance video of its second track titled "Beware", was released on January 8, 2018, while the performance video of "Spread My Wings" was uploaded online a week later. It debuted at number 2 on Gaon's Album Chart and Billboard's World Albums chart.On March 5, JYPE announced the debut showcase of the group titled Stray Kids Unveil (Op. 01: I Am Not), which was held on March 25 at Jangchung Arena. They officially debuted the next day with the release of their EP titled I am NOT, along with the music video of its title track titled "District 9", while the music video of "Grow Up", and performance video of "Mirror" were released on March 31 and April 23 respectively. I Am Not debuted at number four on Gaon's Album Chart and sold over 54,000 physical copies in March.

On June 4, 2019 (KST), JYPE released a two-minute trailer for Stray Kids' first special album Clé 2 : Yellow Wood. On the next day, the group revealed the tracklist for the album, consisting of three new songs and 4 mixtapes of their released EPs. On June 19, they officially released the album and the music video for its title track, "Side Effects".

On May 26, the first trailer for Go Live, the group's first full album, was released. The album was released on June 17 with title track "God's Menu". The album's repackage, In Life, was released on September 14.

The following are weekly reports tracking COVID-19 numbers for youth and staff in OCFS facilities. These files reflect weekly COVID-positive numbers dating from March 2020 for staff and from October 2020 for youth.

The Prize has been supporting inspiring youth-led projects from all over the EU. Every year national and European juries select 27 national projects from every Member State and 3 European laureates who are invited to the award ceremony in Aachen.

The Youth Preparedness Council (YPC) was created in 2012 to bring together youth leaders interested in supporting disaster preparedness and making a difference in their communities by completing disaster preparedness projects nationally and locally.

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Recent studies have begun to explore which specific genetic variants may explain some of the genetic influence on performance and development in football (e.g., [18,19,20,21]). However, most genetic research in football comprises case-control athlete status designs, which have had limited success [10,22]. Given that the importance of specific characteristics during development in football appears to alter depending on age, the genetic profiles of youth players may also differ between distinct age groups. Indeed, recent research on maturation showed that the genotype frequency distributions of four genetic variants (i.e., ACTN3 rs1815739, AGT rs699, PPARA rs4253778, and NOS3 rs2070744) were significantly different between pre- (aged 10.6 1.4 years) and post- (aged 16.8 2.3 years) peak height velocity academy football players [21].

More recent sport-specific research has shown that IL-6 may be an important biomarker in power-orientated sports and performance phenotypes. Studies assessing Polish and Spanish high performing athletes have reported an overrepresentation of the IL6 (rs1800795) G allele in those who take part in power-based sports (i.e., jumpers, sprinters, and weightlifters) compared to controls [34,35]. Cross-sectional quantitative data supporting these findings also exist, as youth footballers in Britain possessing the G allele performed significantly better than C allele carriers in acceleration and speed assessments (i.e., 5 m and 20 m sprint) [24]. Therefore, due to the mechanistic properties associated with IL6 (rs1800795), the G allele may better protect skeletal muscle and aid in repair during powerful muscle contractions, which subsequently allows for a higher volume of training that stimulates favorable adaptations and ultimately results in superior performance in high-intensity activities.

Although power-orientated phenotypes such as acceleration, speed, and vertical jumps are important across all youth football age groups [36], they appear to become more important as players age and mature [37]. For instance, in many male English football academies, youth players do not progress to compete on a full-sized pitch, with eleven players on each team, until the under-13 age group. With this increase in pitch size, players spend more of their competitive match-play time at low speeds and perform a greater number of sprint actions, placing a greater physiological demand on anaerobic capacity [38]. Furthermore, in a longitudinal investigation of English academy football players, it was reported that whilst future professionals began to outperform their non-professional counterparts in vertical CMJ from the age of 12 years (>0.6 cm), differences became more pronounced in older age groups (e.g., aged 18 years > 1.7 cm) [9].

The polygenic models also showed that in general YDP players had a greater proportion of favorable alleles in SNVs previously associated with psychological and technical phenotypes (e.g., HTR2A rs6311 T allele, ADBR2 rs1042714 C allele, BDNF rs6265 T allele, DBH rs1611115 C allele, DRD1 rs4532 C allele, DRD4 rs1800955 C allele, GABRA6 rs3219151 C allele) in academy footballers [19,20]. The importance of these psychological and technical phenotypes in youth football has been demonstrated in previous research by effectively differentiating higher and lower performers in adolescence and predicting success at adulthood [2,3]. However, these findings suggest having an increased frequency of these preferred psychological/technical alleles may be more advantageous in younger age groups. This corresponds with previous research that reported coaches and recruiters consider technical, tactical, and psychological factors as the most important during this stage of development [39,40]. As such, the polygenic models collectively showcase that English academy football players of different age-specific phases may have distinct genetic profiles, with PDP players more power-orientated and YDP players more psychological- and technical-orientated, though further replication studies are required to build on the limited evidence available in youth football players.

Although the polygenic models distinguished YDP and PDP players, they still had relatively poor accuracy, which indicates they should not be considered for practical implementation. Moreover, given the data-driven cross-sectional nature of the analyses, these findings may not generalize well to other youth football cohorts and may reflect cohort effects. Therefore, the external validity of these results should be assessed in larger independent samples alongside the addition of many more relevant genetic variants. It is also important to note that the previous associations of the SNVs included in this study with specific physiological, psychological, technical, and injury phenotypes may not be reliable due to the relatively small sample sizes in football genomic research [10]. Therefore, the inferences made with regards to genetic profile orientation in YDP and PDP players should be interpreted with caution. 041b061a72

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