My mother being asian, always put it in my head that kids should take care of aging parents.
But it may never be cheaper to replace these aging arteries than it is now.
As the aging homepage wallpaper peeled away revealing the html beneath, Strong Bad and the gang finally returned to the Internet.
These passages feel the most lived in; aging, for Rebecca Winter, is less frightening than obsolescence.
Like other advanced countries, the United States will be aging but not nearly as quickly.
She thinks you are aging too rapidly and that you must find a way out of your sorrow.
Neglect and the rust of disuse were aging these modern pieces.
And the disorder in her moral life had hastened the aging process more even than she was aware of.
aging had touched him that much before the cure for aging was found.
The now aging professionals saw the wave of interest in Squash Racquets and climbed aboard.
late 13c., "long but indefinite period in human history," from Old French aage (11c., Modern French âge) "age; life, lifetime, lifespan; maturity," earlier edage, from Vulgar Latin *aetaticum (source of Spanish edad, Italian eta, Portuguese idade "age"), from Latin aetatem (nominative aetas), "period of life, age, lifetime, years," from aevum "lifetime, eternity, age," from PIE root *aiw- "vital force, life, long life, eternity" (see eon). Meaning "time something has lived, particular length or stage of life" is from early 14c. Used especially for "old age" since early 14c. Expelled native eld.
aging ag·ing (ā'jĭng)
The process of growing old or maturing.
The gradual changes in the structure of a mature organism that occur normally over time and increase the probability of death.
The length of time that one has existed; duration of life. v.
To become old.
To manifest traits associated with old age.