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senile

(of land forms or rivers) at an advanced stage in the cycle of erosion

senile

[′sē‚nīl]
(geology)
Pertaining to the stage of senility of the cycle or erosion.
(medicine)
Of, pertaining to, or caused by the aging process or by the infirmities of old age.
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The Res Seniles, the letters of Petrarch's last years, are a case in point.
The volume under review here is the second installment of the Seniles. In line with the series norms, there is no commentary, but there is an apparatus containing authorial variants and some discussion of textual issues along with a second apparatus focused on intertextual references.
Los resultados mostraron variacion en el diametro tubular entre los grupos de roedores jovenes v/s seniles y adultos v/s seniles (p< 0.0001).
In dividing his two canonical letter-books into Epistulae Familiares and Seniles, Barbaro was, of course, imitating the division and method adopted nearly a century earlier by Francesco Petrarca, who was, in turn, following Cicero's grouping of his Epistulae ad Familiares in a single collection.
The Seniles collection was begun by Petrarch when his collection of letters for the Familiares grew so large he resolved to initiate two new volumes to house the overflow.