False. While there may be some commonalities among older people, such as physical changes and certain life experiences, individuals within this age group are diverse and vary greatly in their personalities, perspectives, and lifestyles. Factors such as background, culture, health, interests, and personal choices greatly influence the uniqueness of each person, even in older age.
Is your father older than you? (Age of Father) > (Age of Son)? The answer would be TRUE Are the ages of twins equal? (Age of first twin) = (Age of second twin)? The answer would be TRUE Is your younger brother's age less than yours? (Age of younger brother) < (Age of older brother)? The answer would be TRUE Is the age of the older brother not equal the age of the younger brother? (Age of older brother) <> (Age of younger brother)? The answer would be TRUE Note that if you reverse the order of comparison in certain cases, the results would be different. As one example from above Is your age less than your younger brother's age? (Age of older brother) < (Age of younger brother)? The answer would be FALSE
A is 23% older than CA=12, whileB=11C=-- To figure out that A is older than we add 12% from A then 11% from B totalling 23%
It means "older sister" or someone that is older than you that is in a girl in Filipino.
No all do, but in some people the brain and the senses deteriorate with age and these changes can sometimes make it difficult to concentrate for long.
the brain begins to deteriorate as you get older
Older concrete bridges deteriorate because of vibration and earth movement.
Everything grows older (all physical things).
Your cells divide.
As people get older, their senses start to fade. They may not be as sharp as they once were, such as in the cases of hearing or eyesight.
The joker in me says their brain, but the intellegent man in me doesn't know.
So they can die well. Who really wants to deteriorate away into a cesspool of waste?
It grows older, ages.
bones get rusty