agedness


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the property characteristic of old age

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Among the social processes of medicalization the most frequent ones were medicalization of death (36), of agedness (37), of birth (as a process of expulsion of the fetus).
While it was becoming increasingly obvious that the Louisiana Civil Code articles on sales were insufficient to meet the needs of Louisiana citizens, legislative innovations in the area of sales, both in the United States and abroad made the agedness [sic] of the (Louisiana) sale articles .
changed her size and shape, throwing away her agedness, and beauty drifted all around her and a lovely fragrance from her perfumed veils spread about and a brightness from the immortal flesh of the goddess shone far away and her blond hair fell to her shoulders and the sturdy house was filled with light like lightening.
Clarke-skewers the phony imagery in ads for anti-aging cosmetics, noting their battle metaphors: youthfulness is victorious, "while agedness is beaten down into submission" and pushed to the bottom of the social hierarchy.