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years

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a long time

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  • a second
  • a moment
  • an instant
  • a short time
  • a flash
  • a little while
  • a split second
  • no time at all
  • a jiffy
  • two shakes of a lamb's tail
  • the twinkling or wink of an eye

a long time or while

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grow old

come of age

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a particular time notable for its distinctive characteristics

a long time

to grow old

to bring or come to full development

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The patterns of age distribution of infant DHF/DSS were similar in four large Southeast Asian countries highly endemic for all four DENV serotypes.
The age distribution implies greater survival to those ages than one would expect in a high fertility, high mortality population (see Table 2).
The age distribution of the NA belugas that died of hunting and the age distribution of belugas found stranded on the SLE shoreline are two very different things.
As noted earlier, this is because they not only assume no changes in the age-specific participation rates between 2000 and 2045, but also use an unchanging age distribution of the population--namely, the 1960 age distribution.
Behavioral factors increase the risk for exposure in younger persons and have been proposed as 1 determinant of the age distribution of confirmed human cases of avian influenza A (H5N1) (2).
Age determination of individual fish is more difficult and time consuming than the recording of length measurements but by using age-length keys, age distributions can be estimated without much difficulty from length distributions (Fridrikson, 1934).
Thus, this explanation is unlikely to be the reason for a shift in the age distribution of DHF in Uttaradit.
The reasons for the age distribution of vCJD cases and its stability over time remain unclear, and epidemiologic analyses can provide limited insight.
This conclusion comes from a study of the age distribution of patients hospitalized during the 1981 DHF epidemic in Cuba.
The age distribution of ILI cases in the 1997-98 season was mostly <10 years of age, and in 1998 to 1999, the age distribution was mostly >15 years (18); these became two successive, large-scale epidemics.
Analysis includes a review of the age distribution of respondents compared to the age distribution of men and women from the US Census.
Accounting for confounding caused by age distribution of WNV patients could further improve overall validity of our model.
Administrators are also able to report on the parameters of the data, such as space consumption by top N files and directories, file age distribution and data usage patterns, stale file analysis, and more.
First, the analysis assumes a stable age distribution, which we cannot confirm for North Atlantic loggerhead sea turtles.
The change in age distribution of cases in 2007 is unique in the modem history of dengue in Brazil and requires an explanation.