- adj. one year of age
“The $1.6 billion and now one-year-old venue will be known as MetLife Stadium for at least the next 25 years, with four permanent signs set to be unveiled outside the building by the stadium's Sept. 11 regular-season opener between the Jets and the Cowboys.”
“A former leader of the Conservative Party, Mr. Duncan Smith risks inflaming tensions with coalition partners the Liberal Democrats over immigration policy—a subject which has been one of the most contentious areas for the one-year-old government.”
“EPA A forest official payed tribute to a one-year-old baby calf which was knocked down by a train in Deepor Beel wildlife sanctuary on the outskirts of Guwahati city, northeast India, Wednesday.”
“The youngest member of my family is our one-year-old cat, Margery.”
“In December 1965, I returned to Princeton with my wife and our one-year-old son, Tsutomu.”
“Almost one third (29.5 percent) involved one-year-old patients. —”
“My wife and I and our then one-year-old son Jackson lived there for a year.”
“Really all I did was tell her every time she went poo by repeating the words "caca" (Spanish baby talk for poop) and then pulling out the toilet around one-year-old a handful of times to just get her used to the idea.”
“As a mother of a one-year-old who wants her father and grandfather back, I must take a stand.”
“How do you explain to a one-year-old that her father is imprisoned?”
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