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Five ages

Five an Age Full of Virtue

Five-year leukemia survival by age

Stat: Bite Five-Year Leukemia Survival, by Age

Taste Perception with Age: Generic or Specific Losses in Threshold Sensitivity to the Five Basic Tastes?

Quality of life among children aged 2–17 years in the five Nordic countries Comparison between 1984 and 1996

COMPARING FAMILIES IN THE LONG LIFE FAMILY STUDY (LLFS) ACROSS FIVE HEALTHY AGING PHENOTYPES

Prevalence of Anaemia and Iron Deficiency in Urban Haïtian Children Two to Five Years of Age

Association of diarrhea with anemia among children under age five living in rural areas of Indonesia

Care seeking behaviour and treatment of febrile illness in children aged less than five years: a household survey in Blantyre District, Malawi

Effects of Early Middle Ear Effusion on Child Intelligence at Three, Five, and Seven Years of Age

Worldwide Burden of Cancer Incidence Below the Age of 40 in 2002 Extrapolated from the Cancer Incidence in Five Continents Vol. IX

Burden of Cancer Incidence Below the Age of 40 in Asia 2002 Extrapolated from the Cancer Incidence in Five Continents Vol. IX

Durability of a Novel Durable Bait for Control of Subterranean Termites (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae): Results of Five-Year Field Aging Studies

A Dynamic Biography, Based on Direct Observation and Psychoanalytic Treatment in the First Ten Years with Follow-up to Age Fifty-Five

Taste Perception with Age: Generic or Specific Losses in Supra-threshold Intensities of Five Taste Qualities?

Measles Mortality Reduction Contributes Substantially to Reduction of All Cause Mortality Among Children Less Than Five Years of Age, 1990–2008

Long-term illness and psychosomatic complaints in children aged 2–17 years in the five Nordic countries Comparison between 1984 and 1996

Canopy position and needle age affect photosynthetic response in field-grown Pinus radiata after five years of exposure to elevated carbon dioxide partial pressure

 

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Greek mythology tells of five ages in the development or deterioration of the human race. First came the Golden Age, when humans grew out of Gaia (Earth). This was a ...

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