Synonyms for youn or Related words with youn

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Examples of "youn"
On April 4, 2006, police announced they had determined the identity of the hit-and-run automobile driver: Hyundai Automobile Executive Youn Bum Lee. Police believe Youn was intoxicated the night of the accident, and stopped his car in the carpool lane. Because Youn had turned off his headlights, police believe that Dallas never saw the darkened car, slammed into it, and died instantly.
Willing won the Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award in 2000.
Woolstencroft won the Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award in 2002.
Monica Youngna Youn is an American poet and lawyer.
Schmidt won the Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award in 2004.
In 2012, McKillop was awarded the Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award.
Jun Jae-youn (born February 9, 1983) is a female badminton player from South Korea.
In November 2012 Youn was appointed a Musical Ambassador of Singende Krankenhäuser e.V. (Singing Hospitals).
The Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award is named after South Korean Dr. Whang Youn Dai, who contracted polio at the age of three. She contributed her life for the development of Paralympic Sport in Korea and around the world. At the 1988 Paralympic Summer Games in Seoul, Korea, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) recognized her lifelong contributions to the Paralympic Movement and established the ‘Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award’ (formerly the ‘Whang Youn Dai Overcome Prize’). Since then, this award has been presented at every Paralympic Games to one male and one female athlete who each "best exemplify the spirit of the Games and inspire and excite the world".
In 2003, the film "La Beuze“, written by Youn and Desagnat, was released. Youn played the character of Alphonse, the "unknown son" of James Brown, who tries to start his own career – by creating a new (fictional) style called "Frunkp" (a mixture of Funk and Rap). The song "Le Frunkp" was published as a CD-single and Michaël Youn (under the name of Alphonse Brown) had another hit. This time, he even reached #1 in Swiss charts.
Bhaduri, Meissner and Youn discuss five derivatives created specifically for hedging liquidity risk.:
The town is also mentioned facetiously in the satirical rap "Fous ta cagoule" by Michael Youn.
"Hitman" was written and storyboarded by Jesse Moynihan and Bert Youn, from a story by Pendleton Ward, Kent Osborne, Patrick McHale, and Mark Banker. This was the only episode of the series to have been boarded by Youn and Moynihan. Youn had previously storyboarded for the series during its first season, and Moynihan had previously storyboarded with Cole Sanchez during the second season. During the production of "Hitman", Youn was in Korea doing mandatory army training with the South Korean military, whereas Moynihan was in Los Angeles. To compensate for this, the two communicated with each other via the Internet. The episode's previous title had been "Hitcapades", before it was changed to "Hitman".
Dr. Joo Youn Kim appointed as the fourth president of LTI Korea.
Jaun is first mentioned in 1228 as "Balavarda". In 1397 it was mentioned as "Youn".
Samuel Youn (; born 1971 in Seoul) is a South Korean operatic bass baritone.
Vive la France is a 2013 French comedy film directed by Michaël Youn.
Fatal Bazooka is also the name of the fictitious singer of the group, played by Youn himself.
Na Yoon-sun, also Youn Sun Nah (; born August 28, 1969) is a South Korean jazz singer.
President of International Paralympic Committee Sir Philip Craven awards the 2010 Whang Youn Dai Achievement Award to two Paralympic Athletes: