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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See also: antique, elderly, obsolete, outdated, outmoded, prior, stale, traditional, trite
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Less than a third of 13 year old pupils have ever had an alcoholic drink, while two-thirds of 15 year olds had ever had one.
In 1899, needing an infusion of capital to move ahead with his work, Olds made the mistake of allowing copper and lumber baron Samuel L.
The story eventually arrives where the cliffhanger left off, and readers learn how Olds managed not only to survive having two dead engines, but also to score three victories.
FEBRUARY 18: Barry Colcot Sports Centre (indoor) 6-11 year olds 10am-2pm.
The report states that 78% of 11-17 year olds claim a mobile phone enables them to maintain contact with friends more easily, providing a better social life.
Which election had the highest turnout among voters 25 years old, and older?
Several instruments have been developed and implemented, such as the Olds and Miller Assessment Matrix and the feedback matrix, that support the on-going efforts of individual programs with regard to assessment reform.
What Mason Olds has shown is that modern humanism was brought to this century and sustained not by the "village atheist" but by those who sought to reconstruct religion to affirm its elements of reason, compassion, human worth, and dignity.
She was predeceased by her husband, Gordon Olds in 1997.
Specifically, we see the highest satisfaction amongst 34-44 year olds (78%) and 45-54 year olds (76%) followed closely by teens (75%) and 18-24 year olds (74%).
Sixteen-year olds have equality with 18-year-olds in Scotland where they can now vote, so why not here?
He was born on August 5, 1944 in Webster, a son of Everett and Theresa (Stelmaszek) Olds.