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 death toll so far this season stands at six, including 85-year-old Min Bahadur Sherchan, who died attempting to reclaim his title as the world's oldest person to reach the top.
A Chinese woman, who claimed she is the oldest person in the world, celebrated her 131st birthday Sunday.
But this month 85-year-old Min Bahadur Sherchan died while attempting to reclaim his title as the world's oldest person to climb the peak.
An Indonesian man reported to be the world's oldest person died at the age of 146 this week, family members said on Tuesday.
A WOMAN believed to be the world's oldest person died yesterday aged 117.
THE world's oldest person has said that her long life is down to her daily diet of raw eggs and meat.
A GREAT-GREAT gran who became the oldest person in the UK to get a tattoo at 94 is about to lose her record - to a 104-year-old.
Mr Reynolds' family claim he will enter the record books as the oldest person to get a tattoo when he has it done for his birthday on April 6.
I find it very easy to walk around unmolested - it is not like being a politician when everyone hates you" Nigella Lawson "I think Jeremy Corbyn is a genuinely idealistic man who is not altogether realistic about politics" Baroness (Shirley) Williams "That I can look totally artificial and be totally real is perfectly fine with me" Dolly Parton "Now at Starbucks where I am the oldest person in the room.
The great-grandmother of four, believed to be the oldest person in Scotland to have done a skydive, said she took part in the 10,000ft jump as she had never done one before.
TOKYO, July 7 (KUNA) -- A Japanese man listed as the world's oldest person has died of chronic kidney failure at the age of 112 in Tokyo, the municipal office said Tuesday.
Weaver became the oldest person in the world after the death of a 117-year-old Japanese woman last week, according to records kept by the Los Angeles-based Gerontology Research Group.