Examples of elderly in a Sentence
The program is intended to provide medical care for elderly people.
elderly people who stay active are usually the healthiest and the happiest
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Sensitive groups, like active children, the elderly, and those with pulmonary or respiratory diseases are advised to limit their outdoor activity during these days, said Kim Biggs of the state EPA.
The elderly patient had suffered a stroke at Bentley Assisted Living at Northminster, in Jefferson, Georgia.
The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency warned that heat and humidity over the weekend could be life-threatening, and urged people to check on children and the elderly, and also on pets.
Welfare spending is increasingly tilted towards the elderly.
Our elderly would face more bronchitis and emphysema.
The 76-year-old man's wife called the sheriff's department around 6:20 p.m. May 30, saying someone had forcibly entered their home and an altercation had begun between the elderly homeowner and the younger man.
The inclusion of virtual tokens -- along with traditional crimes like money laundering and investment schemes targeting the elderly -- as a focus of a panel announced Wednesday is the latest sign of Washington’s concern over digital currencies.
The inclusion of virtual tokens — along with traditional crimes like money laundering and investment schemes targeting the elderly — as a focus of a panel announced Wednesday is the latest sign of Washington’s concern over digital currencies.
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long in the tooth, of a certain age;
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: old or rather old : past middle age
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