nonagenarian


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nonagenarian

(nŏn″ă-jĕ-nār-ē-ăn)
A person whose age is between 90 and 99 years.
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The children of the nonagenarians were included because it is difficult to include controls for the older age group.
Appearing with The Blue Notes, the nonagenarian presents Sax In The City.
Achieving nonagenarian status is an admirable accomplishment for anybody, regardless of other achievements or lack thereof during those nine decades.
They all joined with our longserving nonagenarian club president Ronnie Walker and, of course, the Mayor, which made the hard work all worthwhile and certainly a day to remember for everyone connected with Saltwell Harriers.
And now he's got the hang of it, his partner Shakuntala Devi - a slip of a girl at just 51 - can look forward to more nonagenarian nookie as he has plans for a sibling for his son, Vikramjeet.
Fact is, this question is quite timely because the "clean sheet" conundrum (defined as the absence of reported medical history) has become something of a topic du jour in recent years, given burgeoning numbers of septa- to nonagenarian insurance seekers.
Now the nonagenarian "ping-pong wizard" has been shortlisted for a lifetime award in the annual Sports Coach UK awards in London this month.
The nonagenarian has been playing tennis for nearly 80 years and puts his remarkable longevity down to an intriguing mixture of tennis, gardening, vitamin pills and red wine.
The nonagenarian boss of the firm that brought us the likes of The Steiner Building in Chelsea, The Reade Street Condominiums in Tribeca and the recently successful 255 East 74th Street, just opened his much-anticipated "A Large Life in Small Paintings" exhibit at the Kapell Gallery in Greenport, New York.
I write this and then remember that a 93 year old man knows nothing but the company of urologists, and hopefully both of the Israeli investigators will remember not to urinate on themselves or the witnesses, even if a nonagenarian is excused if he did.
One Last Dance: It's Never Too Late To Fall In Love" is a story of love in the twilight years as a near-octogenarian and a near nonagenarian meet and find that love happens even when spring has long passed.
The present study included 291 nonagenarian volunteers who were participants in the population-based Vitality 90+ study, which included all nonagenarians born in 1909-1910 and living in the city of Tampere and its surroundings in southern Finland in 2000.