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2 The children average seven years of age.
3 Anyone over eighteen years of age counts as adult.
4 He is eighteen years of age.
5 At 20 years of age the will reigns; at 30 the wit; at 40 the judgement. Benjamin Franklin
6 Salary is a function of age and experience.
7 Her careful make - up hid the signs of age beneath.
8 The club welcomes all new members regardless of age.
9 He's six years of age/six years old.
10 Space technology didn't really come of age until the 1950s.
11 During this period the movies really came of age as an art form.
12 Caray is somewhere between 73 and 80 years of age.
13 The course is open to anyone,[sentencedict.com] irrespective of age.
14 The boy was three or four years of age.
15 It's time we banned discrimination on the grounds of age.
16 Accidents and sudden illnesses are no respecters of age.
17 The fabric was showing signs of age.
18 By about 6 weeks of age, most babies begin to show something approximating a day/night sleeping pattern.
19 Everyone is welcome, regardless of age or sex.
20 The studies were carried out on calves that had been weaned at 5 weeks of age.
21 She has a nephew who is just ten years of age.
22 It is not permissible for employers to discriminate on grounds of age.
23 An infant school is a school for children from about five to seven years of age.
24 She could have been anywhere between 45 and 60 years of age.
25 Market researchers often segment the population on the basis of age and social class.
26 The company was to be held in trust for Eddie until he came of age.
27 Menstruation may cease when a woman is anywhere between forty-five and fifty years of age.
28 The competition is open to children between six and twelve years of age.
29 Any two persons may marry in Scotland provided that both persons are at least 16 years of age on the day of their marriage.
30 Most girls are sexually mature by about 14 years of age.
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