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aged

Geography having reached an advanced stage of erosion

aged

[′ā·jəd]
(geology)
Of a ground configuration, having been reduced to base level.
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The code of behavior indicates that the system of age inequality did not extend to three tiers (the aged over mature adults over the young), as some historians have supposed; for the aged were not automatically of higher status than the middle-aged.
Percentage of Americans Aged Fifty and Over Who Have Ever Gambled in a Casino
Number of Times that Americans Aged Fifty and Over Expect to Travel Overseas in the Next Two Years
Percentage of Americans Aged 50 and Over that Would Consider Joining a Health Club,
Percentage of Americans Aged Fifty and Over that Have Taken L-carnitine to Control the Effects of Aging
JOHNSON BENJAMIN Age 64 JOHNSON ANNIE STEEDMAN Age 67 JOHNSON GORDON DONALD Age 8 JOHNSON FREDERICK Age 70 JOHNSON LILY Age 37 JONES CHARLES Age 52 JONES THOMAS FRANCIS Age 15 JONES CLARA Age 76 JONES LEONARD Age 36 JONES ISLWYN MICHAEL Age 29 JONES THOMAS HOWARD Age 17 JONES THOMAS ISAAC Age 27 JONES ERNEST PAUL Age 45 JONES ARTHUR Age 28 JORDON PAMELA Aged 5 months JOSEPH ALFRED REUBEN Age 37 JUKES AGNES Age 53 JUKES JOHN ALBERT Age 19
Overall, women aged 35 or older had a risk of pregnancy-related death that was nearly three times as high as that of women aged 25-29 (risk ratio, 2.
Julie Moorhead, aged 32, of Nelson Street, pounds 120
The pattern of variation is nearly identical for the CEB measure and the index computed from the number of own children aged 0-4 living in the household.
Table 1 shows the results for CSM specimens aged at 150[degrees]C for 62.
Jennie Buglass, aged 24, of Martin Road, pounds 100