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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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Synonyms for age

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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Conclusions: The usefulness of a biological age (BA/PR) approach in predicting outcomes in the elderly was supported.
Thankfully she put my skin's biological age at 28, not much higher than my real age, but said I needed to get into a daily face-care routine -or risk becoming a twentysomething living in an OAP's body.
While the birth date on your driver's license can tell you your chronological age, that might mean little in terms of the biological age of your body and cells.
Tests of immune function could give an indication of true biological age, they said.
It is considered a marker of overall biological age compared with chronological age.
It can tell whether your biological age is older or younger than your actual age.
But Dr Blasco insisted: "It will be useful for you to know your biological age.
You need to determine your biological age versus your chronological age.
According to Sharpless, "The most immediate clinical application [of the findings] is that someone could measure the p16 level of a patient and tell [his or her] biological age.
And moving down in the world by marrying someone from a lower social class adds years to a woman's biological age.
Apparently, according to my test results it's a case of now or never as I have a biological age of 37.
4 years to their biological age, the research suggests.
Recent studies, however, have overturned this notion completely, discovering instead that the natural decline of Human Growth Hormone (HGH), from ages 21 to 61 (the average age at which there is only a trace left in the body) and is the reason why the the body ages and fails to regenerate itself to its 25 year-old biological age.
By measuring your biological age, as opposed to your chronological age, they can diagnose how ageing is affecting you.
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