seventysomething love



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  • n. A person aged between 70 and 79 years.
  • n. An age of 70 to 79 years.


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  • Bert and Jill Harrison are typical One Tree customers: they're retired, seventysomething, town residents for 16 years, and committed shoppers and coffee drinkers here.

    Independent bookshops: a day in the life of Hampshire's One Tree Books

  • Ali had one new friend, a seventysomething nun named Sister Anselm.

    Fatal Error

  • As I waited for dessert, Albert Minott, the seventysomething lead singer of Baker's new/old act, the Jolly Boys, tuned up a few feet away.

    Special Report: Hidden Caribbean

  • My amateur sleuth, a seventysomething Japanese American gardener, is grappling with some young man while his tomboyish daughter stands holding a smoking gun.

    Of Fairy Tales and Folk Tales

  • Here's a description of the film thanks to IMDB. com: "In this" coming of old age "story, a seventysomething hero, alongside his clueless wilderness ranger sidekick, travels the globe, fighting beasts and villains, and eating dinner at 3: 30 in the afternoon."

    Pixar’s UP poster

  • The body of a seventysomething man makes more than twice as much estrogen as that of a woman the same age.

    Understanding “Perimenopause”

  • Wurman is a seventysomething graphic designer and author of 81 books, who garnered fame and adulation among the elite in technology, art and entertainment with his foresightful, insightful TED conferences of the 1990s.

    Son Of TED

  • He was a short, bald, seventysomething-year-old in a white T-shirt, dark Bermuda shorts, and a black belt that was superfluous except that it matched his slip-on slippers.

    Courting Trouble

  • The other was Stuart Wheeler, the seventysomething millionaire and political mischief-maker who sold his spread-betting company, IG Index, for a fortune, gave £5 million to the Tories in

    Top stories from Times Online

  • But being, finally, on her own, occupying the centre of the bed has proved not lonely - though she admits that as a seventysomething she has to work hard to stay in touch with friends and not be forgotten or marginalised - but liberating.

    The Guardian World News


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