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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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They postulate that offspring of nonagenarians might have more of a protein that is hypothesized to be an "aging suppressor" protein.
Data Source: A study comparing endometrial cancer outcomes after robotic surgery in 27 octogenarians and nonagenarians with 395 younger controls.
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.
FOR most nonagenarians, a change in direction might suggest taking a different bus route to bingo.
OF THE THREE nonagenarians who established the Indian novel in English (the others being Mulk Raj Anand and R.
During 1982--with the last of the Walker women's friends and employees still alive--I was welcomed into the parlors and living rooms of a fascinating array of octogenarians and nonagenarians, all of them eager to entrust me with their recollections of the legacy we shared.
TEED UP: Nonagenarians Arthur "Junior" Briggs, left, and Arthur "Senior" Crawshaw tot up the ages (PC161111Cgolfers-06) Purchase: www.
You don't really want nonagenarians as heads of organizations which are trying to do something useful.
THERE won''t be many other nonagenarians left from this pre-WW2 Westminster Road-School class of 80 years ago, but I wonder if this old postcard sized photo might be of interest to their progeny or subsequent scholars.