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|The hardest years in life are those between ten and seventy. Helen Hayes (at |
seventy-three) On May 21, 1998, I commenced on an adventure I spent seventy
years preparing forómy eighth decade. I looked forward to it with great gusto,
and I ...
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|hardest years in life are those between ten and seventy. Helen Hayes (at seventy|
-three) On May 21, 1998, I commenced on an adventure I spent seventy years
preparing forómy eighth decade. I looked forward to it with great gusto, and I can
|Hawthorne, Nathaniel It is not true that we have only one life to live; if we can |
read, we can live as many more lives and as many kinds of lives as we wish. -
Hayakawa, S. I. The hardest years in life are those between ten and seventy. -
|ďThe hardest years in life are between ten and seventy. ... I realize how young |
that truly is and am in wonder that I can remember so much; for whatever reason,
my memory of those years is unexplainably detailed and undiminished by time.
|Between 1990 and 1994 life expectancy for men fell from sixty-four to fifty-eight |
years and for women from seventy-four to seventy-one ... 4. In 1994 male life
expectancy was 58.3 years (Alexei Yablokov, The Economist, 29 April 1995, p.
10). 5. Average life expectancy in Russia has fallen to levels lower than those
found in many developing countries with relatively high mortality, such as
Bangladesh. ... Hardest hit have been adult men between twenty-five and fifty-
nine years of age.
|A Year in the Life of Atlanta‚??s Grady Hospital Jerry Gentry. different between |
the first and second year. You don't admit ... I came in on Sunday to work nine-to-
seven, and I thought, 'This is only ten hours, not bad.' But I worked seventy hours
that week. "The third-year runs the ... They work the hardest. The fourth-year ...
You see those decels and you're tempted to cut and get a good baby. But a bad
|Seventy degrees; the temperature through the whole works is required to be from |
sixty-five to seventy degrees, and is kept as regular as possible. ... Fifty minutes
for breakfast between nine and ten, fifty minutes for dinner between two and three
. ... where they are taught reading, writing, and arithmetic, and a day-school for
the benefit of those under ten years of age, ... to be superior to that of those taken
in at an advanced period of life, but their moral character we consider the same.
|ďNo One Here Gets Out AliveĒóJim Morrison For centuries life was even harder |
than Napoleon's disastrous march to Moscow. ... Of the 222 countries listed in the
CIA's World Factbook, seventy-seven have life expectancies equal to ours fifty
years ago. ... While 31 people (only 3/100ths of 1 percent) among those born
between 1900 and 1902 could expect to survive to ... to be one hundred years
and start with 100,000 births, the figure represents a total of 10 million potential
|Their houses of clay could stand eight or nine hundred years ; when, alas ! those |
we now build of the hardest stone or marble ... to attain our utmost period, but not
sufficient to .account for so vast a difference as there is between our and their
term of life. ... Burnet seems to bint in this manner, that the length of our lives was
reduced to seventy years about Moses's time; but Mr. ... Chron. page 10. which
has been the common standard of man's age ever BOOK I. HISTORY
|Mom told us that tens of thousands had been burned to death down there. No |
one yet knew how many. Truman believed that killing all those people was going
to end the war with the Japanese and save lives. That was the hardest part to
understand. ... Seventy-one thousand three-hundred seventy-nine were
incinerated by the Atomic Bomb on August 5th, 1945 at Hiroshima "to save lives";
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