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Steven M. Boker smb3u at kiptron.psyc.virginia.edu
Wed Aug 19 12:26:28 EST 1992


In article <Bt8Mv9.J2B at watserv1.uwaterloo.ca> ipgrier at steam.uwaterloo.ca (Iain P. Grier) writes:
>Do you figure that the person who set up this
>newsgroup is too old to remember how to spell 'aging'?
>

2age vb  aged; ag7ing or age7ing vi
(14c)
1: to become old: show the effects or the characteristics of increasing age
2a: to acquire a desirable quality by standing undisturbed for some time aafter flour is milled it ages PS. C. Prescott & B E. Proctorq
b: to become mellow or mature: RIPEN athis cheese has aged for nearly two yearsq
~ vt
1: to cause to become old
2: to bring to a state fit for use or to maturity 



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