(one's) autumn years

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(one's) autumn years

The time period near the end of one's life. Now that you're retired from work, how do you plan to spend your autumn years?
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David Patrick Stearns of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes, "Last Autumn has 41 exclamatory movements, many of them haiku-like, creating a composite portrait of something too huge and indefinable, glorious and terrible, to be seen in anything more than glimpses." At nearly two hours, Michael Hersch's large-scale work, Last Autumn, is an expansive work for both players and their audience.
Incidentally, autumn olives are rich in lycopene, a natural compound that offers protection against certain types of cancers.
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A significant variation in performance of sunflower hybrids during spring and autumn seasons for days to flower initiation, days to maturity, plant height, and oil content was observed (Table 1).
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The dried blooms can remain on the shrub throughout autumn and winter, providing a structural focal point in the cooler months when much else has died down, and protect the emerging leaves from frost damage in the depths of winter.
Number of leaves in the three groups for number one in the first group Moghan, Bayat Alborz and the second group and the rest half in autumn and winter varieties in the third group were significantly higher than were together.
The big Pleiades and huge Hyades star clusters are in the early-winter constellation Taurus, but they rise high fairly early on autumn evenings.
The autumn vegetables have been grown on some 2,200 hectares, or 150 hectares more than last year.
I come to the garden one last time, One last time before autumn is
GETEX Autumn 2009, the education show offering students access to universities enrolling students for early 2010, was opened yesterday (Saturday, October 31, 2009) by Dr.
A total of 87.8 per cent of trains ran on time in autumn 2008 (October to December) - a rise on the 86.9 per cent figure for autumn 2007, the Office of Rail Regulation said.
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