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The "Advancing Years" column in the December 6,1999, issue was particular interest. The author states, "My computer dictionary classifies the verbs age, mature, develop, and ripen as synonyms." Then the dictionary goes on to say, "The central meaning shared by these verbs is to 'bring or come to full development or maximum excellence.'" What a wonderful way to think of age, and it reminded me of an article many years ago in Reader's Digest where it gave the definition of age as "chronically gifted."

Laurel MarquartCrescent City, California

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