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declining years


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For nearly one fifth of the women, their advanced age was a reason for applying for a place in the almshouse.
The US researchers, who reported their findings in the Lancet medical journal, said the changes resembled the effects of advanced age or the early stages of diabetes.
Moreover, people of advanced age have an increased risk of memory problems and confusion following electroshock.
Good nutrition is a pre-requisite for fertility and childbearing, and is particularly important for those deciding to become pregnant at a more advanced age," says Professor and Chair Emeritus of Gynecology and Obstetrics at Stanford, Dr.
So Tanya Roberts, who at her advanced age still wants to be thought of as a former ``Bond girl,'' just happens to get on the phone with respected media folk (not to name names, but like a Steve Mason or Fred Roggin or Rick Monday or even KFWB-AM sportscaster Bill Seward), just to talk about how cool it is to hang out in Las Vegas these days.
Another unexpected guest, Jimmy Slyde, wowed the crowd with his slippery sliding tap style, still distinctive and technically impressive at his advanced age.
Ngoc received sentences ranging from two to 20 years, but the courts were reluctant to send her to jail because of her advanced age.
His advanced age helps the viewer to believe that Mary's husband could live with her as provider and protector without violtating her virginity.
Because of the products' advanced age, the company is concerned that some consumers may be inclined to dispose of the casserole along with their regular household trash.
The main risk factors for the disease include advanced age, cigarette smoking, a high-fat diet, diabetes mellitus, chronic inflammation of the pancreas (pancreatitis) - especially hereditary pancreatitis, and a family history of pancreatic cancer.
Even at her advanced age, she was moving into the elite of American gymnastics when, one day before the 2003 World Championships in Anaheim, she wrecked her left knee while vaulting.
It was there, at the advanced age of twenty-one, that I had my first ballet class.
NCMEC, which has reunited more than 21,000 children with their families since it was established in 1984, operates the most advanced age progression laboratory in the country, which enables facial imaging specialists to update a photograph on a computer to project the facial growth and maturity of a missing child.
I found out later that before the show Buddy had probably overheard some disparaging remarks by other cast members questioning his capabilities because of his advanced age, which might help explain the swiftness and skill of my decapitation at his hands.
This year, at the advanced age of 13, Wie is 3 for 3 in making the cut in LPGA tournaments and 1 for 1 in getting into the final group at an LPGA major.
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