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Racial Formation in an Age of Permanent War

Aging and Impression Formation: The Impact of Processing Skills and Goals

Ages and metallicities of central and satellite galaxies: implications for galaxy formation and evolution

Sizes and ages of SDSS ellipticals: comparison with hierarchical galaxy formation models

The ages, masses and star formation rates of spectroscopically confirmed z ∼ 6 galaxies in CANDELS

Growth Rings, Growth Ring Formation and Age Determination in the Mangrove Rhizophora mucronata

Review: Listen, Daughter: The Speculum Virginum and the Formation of Religious Women in the Middle Ages

The Formation of the Concept of Gong-ye in the Korean Modern Age

Protein Carbonyl Accumulation in Aging Dauer Formation—Defective (daf) Mutants of Caenorhabditis elegans

Commentary on “Protein Carbonyl Accumulation in Aging Dauer Formation-Defective (daf) Mutants of Caenorhabditis elegans”

Mechanisms of formation and accumulation of mitochondrial DNA deletions in aging neurons

Scripts of Kingship: Essays on Bernadotte and Dynastic Formation in an Age of Revolution

Dark-ages reionization and galaxy formation simulation V: morphology and statistical signatures of reionization

Dark-ages reionization and galaxy formation simulation – III. Modelling galaxy formation and the epoch of reionization

New insights into the star formation histories of candidate intermediate-age early-type galaxies from K′-band imaging of globular clusters

Formation of millisecond pulsars with CO white dwarf companions – II. Accretion, spin-up, true ages and comparison to MSPs with He white dwarf companions

Nutritional modifiers of aging brain function: use of uridine and other phosphatide precursors to increase formation of brain synapses

 

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Time which has elapsed since a meteorite formed, obtained by radiometric dating, assuming no loss of a gaseous daughter isotope has occurred (see also gas retention age). Most meteorites give formation ages around 4.5 billion years, although there are exceptions (see shergottyite/nakhlite/chassignite meteorites).

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