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''He feared the speedy decline of all manhood.''
1936 Feb. 15, (w), letter to (w):
- Feel awfully about (w)... It was a terrible thing for him to love youth so much that he jumped straight from youth to senility without going through manhood. The minute he felt youth going he was frightened again and thought there was nothing between youth and age.
''He was a strapping youth poised on the brink of manhood.''
''During the Second World War, Russia lost a great percentage of its young manhood, giving rise to a great wave of widowhood in the country.''
(Q)|The New Standard History of the World|Volume 2, page 809|year=1908|quote=(..) it was not until the year 1870, after the republic had been completely drained of its manhood and resources, that the long war was terminated by the capture and death of Lopez (..)
(Q)|Islamic Humanism |page 112|year=2003|quote=Long focused on its Soviet adversary, ''America seemed barely to notice the manhood of Islam''. Training, dedication, religious zeal, planning, even where purity might falter, would correct all that. ''Islam needed young men, skilled, willing to die''. The United States would be reduced.
''My goodness, James certainly is a prime example of manhood, isn't he?''
''Traditionally, men sought to enhance the manhood of their young sons, so that they would become manly men, but in general, men no longer do so.''
(quote-book)|volume=I|page=23|text="And as their valour, so you trow, defiedon aspe'rous voyage cruel harm and sore,so many changing skies their manhood tried,such climes where storm-winds blow and billows roar."
''The failure of William's business seems to have been quite damaging to his manhood.''
''I feel that when you boss me around, you insult my manhood.''
''She spied on him in the shower and glimpsed his manhood.''
2016, Rory Tingle, "Thai man has a sex ring removed with bolt cutters after it became stuck on his penis", ''Daily Mail'', Associated Newspapers: