centenarian

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someone who is at least 100 years old

being at least 100 years old

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What better example than a 100-year-old woman going to a movie theatre for the first time in her life and deciding to see SON OF GOD.
Passengers are helped from tube tracks at Stratford, east London after they were stranded on a Central Line train when tracks were flooded by two million litres of water from a burst 100-year-old water main
This 100-year-old plaque was thought to have been stolen when the building was closed in 1987.
Similar to Wayne Rooney then, who had sex drive towards 100-year-old women.
You've got the testosterone of a 100-year-old man," he said.
Over the past 10 years, The Calais School has occupied a 100-year-old, three-story, 33,000-square-foot masonry building, which was expanded three times in the 1940s.
A year ago, the couple decided to take their heirloom--a more than 100-year-old tea cake recipe--and launch LouSan Old-Fashioned Tea Cakes, which sells tea cakes to Andronico's Market in Berkley and Safeway Inc.
At the moment, the sector is undergoing a renaissance thanks to the work orders received in several shipyards, as well as the construction contracts that have been signed and are in the execution stages," says Claudio Gonzalez, president of Tandanor, a 100-year-old shipyard and a leading repairer of vessels in South America.
Grandy Oats has been making granola in a 100-year-old former dairy barn since 1979, and owners Aaron Anker and Nat Peirce (two University of New Hampshire graduates, both of whom drove VW vans in college) proudly proclaim, "In 2004, we estimate that we used 100 acres of organic oats--grown on land that was not poisoned with chemical fertilizers or pesticides, near rivers and wildlife areas that did not absorb chemicals and by farmers who did not have to handle chemicals.
In 1994 author Annie Wilder and her children moved into a 100-year-old house in a Mississippi town: a spooky mansion which indeed proved to be haunted.
A 100-YEAR-OLD woman was forced to spend a night on a trolley in Mayo General Hospital over a week ago.
There, the hippo--nicknamed "Owen"--befriended a 100-year-old tortoise.
The 100-year-old ferrous casting company came in the top third of the list (at the 28th spot) and has appeared on the list every year since Fortune began sponsoring the nationwide survey in 1998.
The current 50- to 100-year-old New England forests are different not only in composition but in structure from the primeval forests.
He lived in a 100-year-old house, the address of which was 100 Cardiff Road.