actual age


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actual age

In appraisal, the true age of a property,as opposed to its effective age.A building might have an actual age of 25 years but an effective age of 3 years because of massive renovations made 3 years earlier.A house with six small children in the family might have an actual age of 2 years and an effective age of 18 years.
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The sun can take a toll on our skin leaving many of us looking older than our actual age.
Treating any area of the body, long-term clinical studies show that patients who received regular BBL treatments over the course of a decade appeared 11 years younger than their actual age, younger than when they began.
I suppose it helps that she looks 20 years younger than her actual age and that she has Brad Pitt available to get her a cold compress when she's going through a hot flush
adults have a predicted heart age that is older than their actual age.
As mostly left-brain thinkers, we are often set on an actual age, completely disregarding the health of the patient.
Some factors surrounding heart age are not changeable: Actual age and family heart health history can age a person's heart.
He further said that according to medical report annexed with the plea, the accused was 70 years old whereas his actual age was 58 years.
In females between the ages of 37-48, results showed that they were 6 years older in their health than their actual age.
This paper includes both actual age and actual age squared to test for nonlinear effects.
Just imagine kung sa actual age group niya mas mababa ang goal, mas madali siyang mag-shoot.
5 to 7 but with an older actual age than this, so they provide a way to try and engage them in their reading by presenting them with colourful more age appropriate reading matter.
So, these children grow up as restless, frustrated, stressed out adults, some even with suicidal tendencies, busy popping medications well beyond their actual age.