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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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Recognizing this oversight, legislation was introduced to make the necessary age adjustment. The House Committee on Veterans' Affairs Ranking Minority Member Bob Filner (D-Calif.) introduced H.R.
Wales is significantly higher than the all-Wales rate in spite of age adjustment," says the report.
There are several techniques for estimating length-at-age from otoliths including 1) direct observed counts of annual increments; 2) age adjustment based on a categorization of otolith margins; 3) age adjustment based on known periods of spawning and annuli formation; 4) back-calculation to all annuli, and 5) back-calculation to the last annulus only.
After age adjustment, men in the top quintile of serum estradiol (> or =125 pmol/L [34.1 pg/mL]) experienced a twofold excess risk of stroke vs men whose estradiol levels were lower (14.8 vs 7.3/1,000 person-years, p < 0.001).
The age adjustment accounts for what is a fact of life: income of Americans is low for the young, peaks during middle age and trails off as workers near retirement.
The first refinement, common to all litigants, is age adjustment. Age adjustment allows for the possibility that some of the variation in coach compensation is not simply due to school, sport, and rank (the first assistant gets 20% more than the second assistant for the school and sport being considered), but also to the age of the coach.
After age adjustment, boys living with single parents were at least four times more likely to die from external violence and three times as likely to die from poisoning or falls.
Consequently, the age-adjusted CCI survival fell from a relative risk of 1.57 before age adjustment to 1.36 afterward.