fortysomething love


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  • n. A person whose age is between forty and forty-nine years, inclusive; someone in his or her forties.


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  • Leno asked the 17-year-old actor for his most bizarre fan encounter, and though Lautner admitted it was hard to just choose one, he picked a winner: He recalled a fortysomething mother and her teenage daughter in line at a US autograph signing.

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  • "I wouldn't say we felt satisfied, but it was over," recalls a fortysomething property developer.

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  • The fortysomething has been a recovering sex addict for 12 years and is one of 12 million Americans who struggle with it, according to the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists. - latest science and technology news stories

  • Just when the world had stopped calling fortysomething women cougars every five minutes.

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  • A.R.T. Kemasang London, EnglandAfter reading the article I must say I share Bob Alexander's sentiment -- the "fortysomething" man quoted in your article as saying "I'm enjoying life and it's short."

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  • On the site, Cohen is ridiculed as a desperate "fortysomething" who "may have been hot 10 years ago."

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  • At the age of "fortysomething," I went back to school to complete my degree in education that I started years before. Top Stories

  • Last summer on the beach at Lake Tahoe, Ben could not help but notice the number of fortysomething women who had given up and gone the route of the matronly one-piece plus skirt that draped over their butt, which seemed a bit like trying to hide a Christmas ham with a cocktail napkin.

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  • Plus, Josh Brolin is the new-style Gekko, a cold-blooded fortysomething investment banker named Bretton James who becomes Jacob's boss after his former mentor, played by Frank Langella, dies.

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  • The director was fortysomething, married, and embarrassingly head over heels in love with Bob, who was seventeen at the time.

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