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WITNESS, AGED. It has been laid down as a rule that to be considered an aged witness, a person must be at least seventy years old. See Aged Witness.

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Stillbirths accounted for about 15 of every 1,000 deliveries for mothers aged 12-13; the rate dropped precipitously, to nine per 1,000, by age 15 and remained below that level until the mid-30s.
Karina Barker, aged 18, of Sullivan Walk, pounds 110; Matthew D Burn, aged 19, of Hexham Avenue, pounds 140; Donna Griffiths, aged 22, of Walsh Avenue, pounds 120; Lee Harwood, aged 18, of Eastbourne Parade, pounds 70
For him, the aged lost status-giving employment in the late nineteenth century; for her, movement to degradi ng ways of making a living had been traditional for aged workers, so pensions conferred greater dignity.
Active workers aged 63 and older enjoyed working and valued being active and useful.
SWINDALE FLORENCE Age 25 SWINDALE KATHLEEN ETHEL Age 2 SWINDALE MICHAEL JOHN Aged 4 months SWINGLER HENRY Age 20
Robert M Postlewaite, aged 23, of Easedale Gardens, pounds 220.
The investigators then compared the ratios of women 35 or older with those of women aged 25-29.
We have previously developed a model of elastomer aging which uses data taken from laboratory aged specimens and from thermal analysis to predict the tearing energy of aged elastomers (ref.
com), the Web's leading career destination for people aged 50+, today announced the first Workplace Age Bias Index([c]), to serve as a barometer by which changes in the status and perceptions of age bias among employers, employees, and the general population may be measured.
Zahid Ghani, aged 25, of Stanton Street, pounds 240 Jeffrey Nixon, aged 36, Beaconsfield Street, pounds 140
The behaviors that are eligible for study under this PA should be critical to quality of life among the aged, either as outcomes or as mediators of physical or cognitive health and function.