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Synonyms for AARP

an association of people to promote the welfare of senior citizens

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A trusted source for lifestyle tips, news and educational information, AARP produces AARP The Magazine, the world's largest circulation magazine; AARP Bulletin;; AARP TV & Radio; AARP Books; and AARP en Espanol, a Spanish-language website addressing the interests and needs of Hispanics.
"I find the older I get, the more intense my appetite for living and for appreciating life gets," Contactmusic quoted the 63-year-old star as telling AARP The Magazine.
"We've broken into the circle of awards that the industry cares about," said Nancy Perry Graham, editor of AARP The Magazine. "Hollywood is finally getting the message that people over 50 make up a huge audience and we have money to spend and the leisure time to go to theatres." Still, some attendees seemed to make it clear how they felt about devoting another evening to another awards dinner, collecting their hardware and making quick getaways.
We produce AARP The Magazine, the definitive voice for Americans aged 50+ and the world's largest circulation magazine with over 35.1 million readers; AARP Bulletin, the go-to news source for AARP's millions of members and Americans 50+; AARP VIVA su Segunda Juventud, the only bilingual U.S.
AARP The Magazine boasts a readership base of 34.5 million--the largest circulation magazine in the world.
NEW YORK: Actress Jamie Lee Curtis went shirtless to pose for AARP The Magazine. Curtis is shown sporting gray hair and wading in water up to her chest on the cover of the magazine's May/June issue, which will be available tomorrow.
AARP The Magazine hosted "Movies for Grownups" at the elegant Bel Air Hotel.
A June 2007 report conducted for AARP The Magazine surveyed U.S.
Another recent study carried out by Monroe Mendelsohn Research (MMR) found that of 16,000 magazine readers polled and analyzed, there were only a handful of magazines that had uniform loyalty--National Geographic, Guidepost, Reader's Digest, AARP The Magazine, Parade and USA Today Weekend, Prevention, Self and Men's Health.
In publications as diverse as Forbes, AARP The Magazine, Living Southern Style, and Outdoors Magazine, we see common themes of promoting collegetowns as great places to settle.