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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
noun: Old age.
From Latin senectus (old age), from senex (old). Ultimately from the Indo-European root sen- (old) that's also the ancestor of senior, sir, sire, senate, senile, Spanish señor, and surly (which is an alteration of sirly, as in sir-ly).
"As for Skywalker John, his fortune is made back on earth giving
television testimonials for laxatives, rheumatism medicaments,
diapers and walkers. If those images are unsettling, please
remember the old saw that senectitude is not for the faint of heart."
I'm proud of the fact that I never invented weapons to kill. -Thomas Edison, inventor (1847-1931)