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  • noun Plural form of senior.

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Examples

  • They should not be allowed on compounds, but for seniors, youth, and disabled hunters who need to use a crossbow, i think it would be good as their eyesight probably is not ideal (mainly in seniors and disabled hunters).

    Putting Scopes on Bows

  • What distinguishes these high school seniors is not their intelligence, which is awesome, nor their extremely impressive research projects.

    The Missing Ingredient in the STEM Education Debate « Steve Wildstrom on Tech

  • The "mixed income" developments basically take in seniors on fixed incomes in order to appear successful and diverse for the press release while struggling families are left to their own devices and cut off from their communities.

    King: Economic pain throbs on Lakota reservation

  • They should not be allowed on compounds, but for seniors, youth, and disabled hunters who need to use a crossbow, i think it would be good as their eyesight probably is not ideal (mainly in seniors and disabled hunters).

    Putting Scopes on Bows

  • The "mixed income" developments basically take in seniors on fixed incomes in order to appear successful and diverse for the press release while struggling families are left to their own devices and cut off from their communities.

    King: Economic pain throbs on Lakota reservation

  • Louisiana-Lafayette will return two outstanding linebackers in seniors Grant Fleming and Daylon McCoy, but the Ragin 'Cajuns also lost two outstanding ones in Antwyne Zanders and Jezreel Washington, who combined for 166 tackles last season. —

    Around the Sun Belt Conference

  • THE BAD NEWS: St. Bonaventure loses two key guards in seniors Chris Matthews, a good outside shooter, and Jonathan Hall, their best all-around player.

    Atlantic 10 Conference

  • The split for seniors is 56-42 in favor of "our" government, while for all adults it is reversed, 55-45 in favor of "the" government.

    More on seniors' distaste for government

  • Medicare, too, has protected seniors from the financial terror of medical crisis for more than 50 years, but Republicans insist that profit-driven insurance companies will be better keepers of America's promise to care for its elders.

    Rep. Jim McDermott: So You Want to Privatize

  • Making prescription drugs more affordable for seniors is only one of the many benefits for seniors included in the recently enacted health reform law.

    “Donut Hole” Checks Being Sent to Seniors «

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