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change (of life)

menopause. The change of life affects each woman differently. Jill started the change when she was forty-seven.

change

n. money. (see also and change.) It takes a lot of change to buy a car like that.
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changed its name to Symetra National Life Insurance Co.
changed its name to Generali USA Life Reassurance Co.
Effective July 9, the name of the company was changed to Allianz Global Risks US Insurance Co.
We understand how climate has changed through geological time.
First, it appears that plants produce a greater quantity of pollen under these changed climatic conditions.
Baltimore, changed its name to Assured Guaranty Corp.
Not only can storage administrators see at a glance what has changed, but can view anything that has been impacted by a change.
Changes are color coded by user, and when you rest the pointer over a colored cell, the cell displays the name of the author, the time of the change and the original and changed value of the cell.
Moreover, for the second infant, the odds of each of these outcomes were roughly doubled if the mother had changed partners since her first birth.
If a taxpayer changed to or retained a tax year that was its natural business year, and that year no longer qualifies as a permitted year, the taxpayer is using an impermissible year and should change to a permitted year.
This book changed my thinking about what we can understand by rational thought and numbers and what we can understand only by just living.
But it may be more appropriate for one-time mold conversions than for flexible molds whose cores will be changed back and forth regularly to produce different preform weights.