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  • n. Plural form of septuagenarian.


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  • Besides, Hollywood already has proof that grouchy septuagenarians mentoring an Asian youngster can draw crowds: Clint Eastwood's Gran Torino.

    Pixar moves on 'Up' with its 10th movie

  • An entrenched Marxist dictatorship, led by a clique of corrupt septuagenarians, suddenly opens up, choosing a young leader with new ideas.

    The Return

  • Never ask a group of septuagenarians for a time reference.

    Chow With the ROMEOWs

  • And since ABC is still hemming on a renewal for their once-great dramedy about suburban septuagenarians in tacky Wet Seal markdowns, we wouldn't be shocked—or even saddened—if this was actually the ladies' series swan song, too.

    Watercooler: Is It Time to Pull the Plug on Desperate Housewives?

  • Look around and you will see lots of obesity -- younger is the new fatter -- but what you will not see is lots of obese septuagenarians 70 years old or octuagenarians.

    Penny Hoff: Managing Your Weight Is Worth 10 More Years

  • And it's a striking development in an at-times turbulent relationship between two hot-tempered septuagenarians who have sparred bitterly over the years.

    Wonkbook: Our last chance to stabilize the housing market

  • The septuagenarians got hooked on genealogy in 1990 while desperately trying to track down a long-lost relative -- who was subsequently found.

    Cheryl Wills: An Ancestral Revolution

  • With fresh faces occupying American music directorships in increasing numbers—following Alan Gilbert in New York and Gustavo Dudamel in Los Angeles, Ludovic Morlot ascends in Seattle next season and Yannick Nézet-Séguin in Philadelphia the season after—some question the wisdom of appointing septuagenarians to such demanding posts.

    Restoring the National's Glory

  • Yet Obama represents a potential challenge for a Cuban regime headed by white septuagenarians.

    Sunday Reading

  • You walk in to the deafening metronome uncha-uncha-uncha robotic caterwaul, the music almost binary in nature 101101-ing to a crowd of Latino gangbangers, septuagenarians, slumming rich kids and washed-up high school jocks with backwards hats who were just looking for something to date rape.

    Someplace Else


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