(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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For all diminutive playmaker Modric's obvious qualities, it would be intriguing to see just where a physically slight player in the autumn years of his career would fit into the Anfield engine room -- especially given that Liverpool have already agreed a summer move for RB Leipzig's all-action Guinea international midfielder Naby Keita.
The lack of alternatives in his position ensured that days off came alltoo-infrequently for a player in his autumn years and such overloading will have contributed to Baines' considerable injury lay-off from which he has only just returned.
The lack of alternatives in his position ensured that days off came all-too-infrequently for a player in his autumn years and such overloading will have contributed to Baines' considerable injury lay-off from which he has only just returned.
I do not apply for NFA Administrator, as I am in my autumn years and quite occupied in our businesses.
Now well into the autumn years of their lives with Philip at 96 and the Queen now 91, there have been many theories about the longevity of their marriage: a mature relationship, intense pleasure in each other's company, team work.
In both cases, three days of mourning were declared by the grandfather of the present emir, who never imagined that he would one day face a similar fate when he too was toppled and spent 10 years of his autumn years in exile in France.
The spring of life was lost to me, The summer long spent too, The autumn years now flashing by, Oh what am I to do?
IT might have taken him until his autumn years, but Bryan Cranston is finally enjoying the recognition he deserves following his overdue breakthrough role as Walter White in the TV phenomenon Breaking Bad.
In his autumn years, De Leon had collaborated with Zayco, doing the designs which her daughter rendered in mosaic.
We return to the titular hotel in India where a handful of elderly Brits are living out their autumn years.
The idea of a gated community comes from the USA where they have been common for many years, mostly catering to the super rich who do not want to be bothered with the public or older people who like to feel secure and relaxed in their autumn years.
They blight or destroy the autumn years of a life by helping themselves to a nest-egg that has carefully been saved over the decades by someone who is willing to work and behave decently and responsibly.
We return to the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (home to the "elderly and beautiful") in Jaipur, India, where a handful of aged Brits have chosen to live out their autumn years in a country where pensioners are respected and revered.
The acknowledgement that Evra is now 32 (though not 33 until mid-May) and has entered the autumn years of a stellar career, is usually followed by Baines's own age being pointed to 29 in December and the key question of whether another left-back is what is required, as Moyes's squad stands.
I do not want to live my autumn years shoving extra technology into my eyes.