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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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Proceeding into the Castle again, we found the Aged heating the poker, with expectant eyes, as a preliminary to the performance of this great nightly ceremony.
These were agreeably dispersed among small specimens of china and glass, various neat trifles made by the proprietor of the museum, and some tobacco-stoppers carved by the Aged.
There was a neat little girl in attendance, who looked after the Aged in the day.
After that, he fell to gardening, and I saw him from my gothic window pretending to employ the Aged, and nodding at him in a most devoted manner.
Some reported that, when the troops had gone from King Street, and the people were thronging tumultuously in their rear, Bradstreet, the aged Governor, was seen to embrace a form more aged than his own.
Among aged mice, mutants that had low p16 concentrations despite their age contributed stem cells that proliferated more readily than did those in mice with a normal gene for p16.
9 million women who were hospitalized for a delivery during the study period, of whom 12% were 19 or younger, 75% were aged 20-34, 11% were aged 35-39 and 2% were 40 or older.
Michael S Pickering, aged 21, of Tyneside Foyer, pounds 145.
all are activities which are not consistent with society's view of an aged person.
Like others before her, Thane points out the wide range of aged characters from Chaucer to Shakespeare.
At Massachusetts' Hebrew Rehabilitation Center for the Aged, for example, Neil M.