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Alvin,

city (1990 pop. 19,220), Brazoria co., S Tex.; inc. 1893. The city is chiefly residential but is near an agricultural area where rice, cotton, soybeans, and pecans are raised. Industries include oil and natural gas; rice milling; and the manufacture of concrete, fabricated metal products, and electronic equipment.
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In Shakespeare's comedy, "As you like it", Jacque's "All the world's a stage" soliloquy concludes that the "Last scene of all, That ends this strange, eventful history/Is second childishness ..." (2, 3) More than two centuries ago, physicians also began to note similarities between AD and normal development, as follows: "I met with an instance of a woman between 80 and 90 who exhibited the marks of a second infancy, by such a total decay of her mental faculties as to lose all consciousness in discharging her alvine and urinary excretions." (Benjamin Rush, 1793) (2, 3, 4) In the 1960s and 1970s, de Ajuriaguerra and his associates observed that the decline of certain capacities in dementia appeared to reverse Piaget's developmental stages (2, 3).
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