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Synonyms for age

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 goal of Coming of Age," said Janet Oh, co-director, "is to be able to harness the power of this group and turn this force into a benefit for the entire community.
95, Ages 11 & up Heartwarming collection of coming of age short stories.
00, 3 CDs) about a young and carefree socialite coming of age in the summer of 1945 in New York City; Edward Rutherfurd's The Rebels Of Ireland (1415926883, $129.
In Coming Of Age With Aging Parents: The Bungles, Battles, And Blessings, eldercare specialist Gail Goeller (who garnered real-world experience through tending to the needs and necessities of her own aging family of five) offers a wealth of anecdotal experience and practical advice through real-life stories that deal with everything from late-night phone calls and parental self-diagnosis, to managing angry outbursts, all manner of emergencies, care-giver burnout, and end-of-life requests.
Alex in Wonder,'' about a girl coming of age in the '70s, dreaming of becoming a ballerina while coping with her parents' divorce and her sexual awakening.
In another sign that the consumer robotics market is coming of age, Aqua Products today unveiled new technology for pool-cleaning robots that independently analyze the size and shape of any pool allowing them to intelligently map out the fastest, and most efficient cleaning course possible.
A moving story about coming of age from Marilyn Sachs, author of more than thirty-five award-winning books and coeditor of the acclaimed "The Big Book for Peace".
A dramatic, soul-searching story of growing up, coming of age, and daring to take a stand.
Reiken's tale of coming of age and its attendant angst is a faithful recreation of life with all its petty and important details.
If those socially earnest ``after-school specials'' of old had produced a film on teen-age lesbianism, no doubt it would have looked a lot like ``The Truth About Jane,'' Lifetime's well-intentioned but dramatically inert story of one girl's coming of age and coming out.
Rebecca Gifford was only 22 years old when she was diagnosed with life-threatening cancer: this is her story of diagnosis, treatment and recovery: a story of coming of age with cancer which involved her entire family.
It's exciting because you're seeing a voting bloc, a demographic that's coming of age,'' said Madrid, who will be addressing what he calls the ``disconnect'' between Latino politicians and rank-and-file Latino voters at a workshop titled ``Latinos and the Republican Party.
In the future, the flow of new immigrants, along with the coming of age of the Echo-Boom generation (people born after 1976) will keep the supply of first-time homebuyers essentially constant through 2020.
A moving and dramatic story about facing the challenges of coming of age, and the importance of family bonds.
The show, which will debut on The WB Network (Channel 5) at 9 tonight, focuses on four hormonally charged 15-year-olds and their coming of age.