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AcronymDefinition
AGEDAllocation de Garde d’Enfant À Domicile (French: Child Home Care Allowance)
AGEDAgricultural and Extension Education
AGEDAlcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division (Minnesota Department of Public Safety)
AGEDAdvisory Group on Electron Devices
AGEDAssociation Genevoise des Entreprises de Déménagements (Switzerland)
AGEDAnthology of German Expressionist Drama (book)
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| Mohammed Dogar, aged 35, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of facilitating the commission of a child sex offence.
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A striking increase in the use of elective single cell embryo transfer (e-SET) has occurred since 2003, when the percentage of cycles with e-SET was only 0.7% for women younger than age 35, 0.4% for those aged 35-37 years, 0,2% for those aged 38-40, 0.1% for those aged 41-42, and 0.0% for those older than age 42.
Rapid cycles of cell division and growth are hallmarks of tumors, and sluggish cycles are characteristic of aged tissues.
The database contains information on about 5.9 million women who were hospitalized for a delivery during the study period, of whom 12% were 19 or younger, 75% were aged 20-34, 11% were aged 35-39 and 2% were 40 or older.
The supportive communities have been initiated by Eshel, an association for planning and development of services for the aged in Israel.
pleated skirt, aged 5, pounds 11 reduced to pounds 9.35
Forgetful, frail, depressed, moody, and sedentary--unfortunately, this is too often a composite of the aged envisioned by the young.
It surveys a considerable secondary literature on the aged and offers a critical look at works ranging from historical demography and economic history to cultural history, social gerontology, and the history of the welfare state.
We reviewed the charts of 2,567 patients younger than 15 years (pediatric group) and 2,281 patients aged 15 years and older (adult group) who had undergone tonsillectomy with or without adenoidectomy.
The sites all provide numerous links to other sites related to aging and the aged.
Samples were aged at 150 [degrees] C or 125 [degrees] C as indicated.