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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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By 2010, those rates had fallen to 1.5% (down from 6.4%) for women younger than age 35 years, to 1.5% (down from 6.1%) for those aged 35-37 years, to 1.1% (down from 5.6%) for those aged 38-40, and to 1.1% (down from 2.8%) for those aged 41-42.
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.
Characteristics of the sample population interviewed in Jerusalem were: 7 men and 18 women aged 76 to 93, their average age was 82.
Most of the aged were poor and labored as long as possible.
The adult group was made up of 2,281 patients aged 15.0 to 93 years (mean: 31.5; median: 27; SD: [+ or -]14.4); 1,059 (46.4%) were men (figure 1).
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Statistics indicate that more than 86 percent of people aged 65 and over prefer to live in the neighborhood or community where they have always lived.
However, as noted in the table on this page, workers aged 45 and older possess particular characteristics and do make significant contributions to the nation's workforce.
The amounts of protein produced by a particular set of genes could give researchers clues to how much a person or another animal has aged, scientists report.
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Michelle Ravenhall, aged 37, of Clayport Gardens, pounds 140