supercentenarian

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supercentenarian

(soo″pĕr-sen″tĕ-ner′ē-ăn) [ super- + centenarian]
1. Having lived more than 110 years.
2. A person who has lived more than 110 years.
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The series will feature the childhood stories of centenarians and supercentenarians who still vividly remember family life at the time, alongside archive footage and testimonies from those who fought.
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The series will feature the childhood stories of centenarians and supercentenarians who vividly remember family life at the time, alongside archive footage and testimonies from those who fought.
She was part of an exclusive group of an estimated 60 to 70 supercentenarians people 110 years or older in the United States.
Unlike the growing ranks of nonagenarians and centenarians, those who breach a 12th decade, known as supercentenarians, rarely face protracted illness or disability before they die, a boon that many of them have ascribed to habits.
HEALTH p7 there are currently eight living supercentenarians, the oldest is Italian Emma Morano (left), aged 116.
Caption: Like other supercentenarians, Emma Morano, 116, seems to age more slowly than other people.
Seven of those 677 Oregonians in 2010 were supercentenarians, someone 110 or older, including Delma Kollar, a Creswell woman who died on Jan.
It keeps track of this older population worldwide, which, according to Wikipedia, numbers 77 female and two male supercentenarians as of July 2015.
A 116-year-old American woman, Gertrude Weaver of Arkansas, is now the world's oldest person, according to Los Angeles-based Gerontology Research Group, which keeps records of supercentenarians.