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Age Range


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Google previewIn the Background (1995)

An Extra's Handbook by Bill Tarling

Age range is a product of your face and manner, and gives Casting a general idea of how old you look for potential characters. It's worth using the Casting Worksheet to learn about your range. If a casting call came in for people who are 40-ish, ...

Google previewHistological Diagnosis of Nevi and Melanoma (2012)

by Guido Massi, Philip E. LeBoit

The age range is an important aspect, as acral melanoma is exceptional under 30 years; the average age for acral melanoma being between 60 and 70 (Boyd, Hove). The first evolutionary stage of volar melanoma is a flat dark macule that ...

Google previewDiseases and Disorders in Infancy and Early Childhood (2009)

by Janette B. Benson, Marshall M. Haith

The 2–4-year-old age range is a particularly sensitive time for the development of nocturnal bladder control. Stressors and social pressures during this time have been associated ...

Google previewNational Community Services Data Dictionary, version 7: 2012

age range, code N[N] Synonymous names: Labour force age range METeOR identifier: 314877 Registration status: Community ...

Google previewThe Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Growth and Development (1998)

by Stanley J. Ulijaszek, Francis E. Johnston, Michael A. Preece

The sample must be sufficiently large and representative of the population and the age range broad enough to include young girls who have not yet menstruated. An age range of 8 to 16 years is suitable for a study of American girls. However ...

Google previewBailliere's Nurses' Dictionary (2009)

for nurses and health care workers by Barbara F. Weller

Every effort should be made to ensure that all children are immunized, even if they are older than the recommended age range; no opportunity to immunize should be missed. If any course of immunization is interrupted, it should be resumed ...

Google previewThe Lexicon in Acquisition (1995)

by Eve V. Clark

The age range was from 4; 7 to 6; 8 (Seidler 1988). Predictions for French French relies primarily on suffixation to form new agent and instrument nouns. The commonest are -eur (and its feminine counterpart -euse), -ateur/-atrice, -ier, and - iste, ...

Google previewConcise Encyclopedia of Brain and Language (2010)

by Harry A. Whitaker

Our knowledge of cochlear pathology, its effects on perception, and many issues pertaining to treatment and rehabilitation can be generalized across the adult age range. In addition to types of cochlear damage that are common to adults ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Anthropology (2005)

by H. James Birx

In the same manner, two- and three-sigma standard deviations mean the determined age will fall somewhere between the defined age range 95% and 99.6%, respectively. Therefore, it is immediately apparent that it would be a misnomer to ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Epidemiologic Methods (2000)

by Mitchell H Gail, Jacques Benichou

tends to rise between birth and age 1, and to decline linearly thereafter, although in very low mortality countries the decline is virtually linear throughout the age range. The most common life expectancy encountered is ...

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All I know is that skating is getting better, the guys are getting better throughout the whole age range. (Elvis Stojko)
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