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far along in life or time

brought to full flavor and richness by aging

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people who are old collectively

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advanced in years

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at an advanced stage of erosion (pronounced as one syllable)

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having attained a specific age

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of wines, fruit, cheeses

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(used of tobacco) aging as a preservative process ('aged' is pronounced as one syllable)

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Major Finding: In 2010, the percentage of treatment cycles resulting in live births among women younger than age 35 was 41.7%, compared with 31.9% for those aged 35-37, 22.1% for those aged 38-40, 12.5% for those aged 41-42, and 4.1% for those older than age 42.
Results of the multivariate analysis indicated that teenagers and women aged 35 or older were significantly more likely than 20-34-year-olds to have a stillbirth (odds ratios, 1.1 for women aged 19 or younger, 1.3 for those in their late 30s and 1.7 for those aged 40 or older).
Characteristics of the sample population interviewed in Zefat were: 10 men and 32 women aged 60 to 93, their average age was 79.
For him, the aged lost status-giving employment in the late nineteenth century; for her, movement to degradi ng ways of making a living had been traditional for aged workers, so pensions conferred greater dignity.
Schroeder conducted a retrospective study of 756 tonsillectomy patients aged 2 to 83 years, including an unknown number who had peritonsillar abscess or unilateral tonsillar enlargement that suggested a neoplasm.
These are neighborhoods or developments, not built specifically as retirement or senior housing, but in which aging in place has naturally resulted in a majority of the residents being aged 60 or over.
* Active workers aged 63 and older enjoyed working and valued being active and useful.
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The groups were matched according to the proportions of mothers who were white, were aged 25 or older, had had more than one birth, abused substances and smoked.
Basically, while we know something about what it is like to be a child, to be maturely aged or elderly, the complex process and experiences involved in becoming a small child, in becoming older is relatively unchallenged.
A 1999 time-series epidemiologic study involved repeated monitoring of 27 Boston adults aged 60-90 to evaluate whether measures of cardiovascular function varied as air pollution fluctuated.
OTTAWA -- Almost one third of the baby boomers aged 45 to 59 years feel they haven't made adequate financial preparations to maintain their standard of living when they leave their jobs, and don't know when they will retire says the General Social Survey Social Support and aging 2002.
The rhesus monkeys, aged 18 to 35 years, are part of a collection of unusually long-lived biological "resources," which the National Institute on Aging (NIA) makes available to researchers studying the causes and processes of aging.