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SENIOR. The elder. This addition is sometimes made to a man's name, when two persons bear the same, in order to distinguish them. In practice when nothing is mentioned, the senior is intended. 3 Miss. R. 59. See Junior.

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In addition to Meals on Wheels drivers, the Kane Senior Council is always in need of volunteers for the Community Dining locations to help serve food to those seniors who dine there.
To mark the event, two of the main Seniors' tournaments are being played at Alnmouth - the prestigious Seniors Home Internationals for England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, and the Northern Counties Seniors Championship.
So the senior went home with that thought powerless over the toughness of a young driver who definitely has more brawn than the seniors with maintenance of heart disease, high blood, diabetes, etc.
"At the end of the day, we must judge our City and ourselves by how we treat the most vulnerable people in our community including seniors," said Edward Pinchiff.
'Asian American Seniors in New York City: An Updated Snapshot,' states that when it comes to New York City's social service funding, only 2.7 percent went to senior programs focused on Asian seniors.
Speaking at a joint press conference here at Karachi Gymkhana Hall, PVCA Chairman Fawad Ijaz Khan, Chief Executive Ashiq Hussain Qureshi, Director Omar Associates Nadeem Omar, Chairman, Sindh Seniors Cricket Association Alamgir Ahmed and Muhammad Ijaz Ahmed of Arif Group said it was great achievements that this event launched in 1998 entered into 17th year.
- Currently, India had 98 million elderly citizens however, this is expected to grow to 118 million senior citizens by 2016 as average life expectancy will cross 70 years by then - 1 out of every 2 seniors living alone is not satisfied with current living arrangements and hence 90% expressed the need to have a home out of city which is secure, peaceful & well-facilitated.
Bolton has about 700 seniors, and rents space in the senior housing complex for a director three days a week, from 10 a.m.
Potential participants were screened to ascertain their suitability to working with seniors. The screening consisted of a written survey with questions such as, "Are you close to your grandfather or grandmother?
"At Senior Funding Group, we help seniors use reverse mortgages to attain the financial security they need to fully enjoy their retirement years," concluded Haber.
In particular, Alexander Strategy made use of three senior nonprofit groups the United Seniors Association, the Seniors Coalition and 60 Plus--and a Christian evangelical group, America 21, which were all funded heavily by the pharmaceutical industry.