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adjective advanced in years, ancient, antiquated, antique, archaic, crumbling, decadent, decayed, declining, decrepit, deteriorated, dilapidated, discontinued, early, elderly, enfeebled, hoary, inveteratus, no longer young, not modern, obsolete, olden, past, preceding, preexisting, run down, rusty, stale, superannuated, timeworn, used, vetustus, vintage, waning, weakened, weathered, worn, worn out
Associated concepts: ancient records doctrine
See also: antique, elderly, obsolete, outdated, outmoded, prior, stale, traditional, trite
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FEBRUARY 18: Barry Colcot Sports Centre (indoor) 6-11 year olds 10am-2pm.
In 2000, 64 percent of voters 25 years old and older voted.
For example, the Olds and Miller Assessment matrix and the feedback matrix are general instruments that may be used to guide the development of assessment programs.
She leaves three sons, Brian Olds of Webster, Bruce Olds of Redman, Wash.
They are also old enough to fight in the army and past the age of consent.
Olds worked as a chemical processor for Rohm and Haas Company in Marlboro for over 20 years, before retiring in January.
10am - noon, Edgwick Park, multisport for eight to 14-year olds.
Olds of Las Vegas, Nevada; his parents, Everett and Theresa Olds of Webster, his grandchildren, Dylan, Haley and Brady Willitts; his siblings, Ricky Olds in California, Kevin Olds of Webster, Geraldine Olds of Dudley and Lori O'Donaghue of Holden; nieces and nephews.
He is predeceased by his wife, Katherine (Willett) Olds who died in 1988.
76 percent of 18-34 year olds read direct mail on new credit card offers compared to 66 percent of total adults surveyed (Figure C)
80% of 18-29 year olds use IM to chat to friends and family at work (the figure is 55% across the whole population)