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 nonagenarian is a model journalist, politician and administrator par excellence who remains a reference point of governance in Lagos and Nigeria in general.
The nonagenarian said that it's a 'bit premature' to start thinking about breaking his record next year, but said that if he remains fit and his dive buddies are happy to dive with him, he will do it all again.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi had called on the nonagenarian DMK patriarch at his residence in December, 2016.
The nonagenarian even invited the royal couple to dine at his local eatery, which is famed for its cuisine as well as the royal family memorabilia that adorns the restaurant walls.
"I wanted to do MA in this subject only." The nonagenarian, who is staying with one of his sons in Patna, had last visited a college as a student more than 75 years ago.
More important, the nonagenarian sheepdog survived also, to testify against the SOB.
Joining her will be nonagenarian Miriam Starlin, who will read poetry.
But I'm certainly not going to do it so some Well Point executive can take another vacation." Well, I am 63, and I am not willing to sacrifice my life for any young person, nor do I expect any nonagenarian to sacrifice her life for me.
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.
"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 38 present included one-time Lambourn trainer Ray Laing and the ever-youthful nonagenarian Jack Dowdeswell, who was champion jump jockey in the 1946-47 season with 58 winners.
One that is probably verifiable, though you'd have to find another nonagenarian to confirm it, is that Honeyboy was with Robert Johnson the night he died.