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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Big problem - if she does move in, she will no doubt find out about my actual age and probably dump me.
So, if you start sun protection early, you start early in your night creams, as early probably in your 20s, then you will look 10 years younger from your actual age." According to him, as women age, their skin loses elasticity which results to the appearance of dark spots and fine lines that deepen over time.
In most cases the actual age does not coincide with the age specified in the documents.
According to OECD data between 2011 and 2016, the actual age people stop working in Korea was 72 for men and 72.2 for women, higher than the OECD average of 65.1 and 63.6, respectively.
Researchers at Cleveland Clinic in the US have developed a tool to calculate a person's physiological age based on their exercise performance during a stress test, and found this is a better predictor of how long they'll live compared to their actual age. Researchers studied 126,356 patients who were referred for an exercise treadmill testing at Cleveland Clinic between January 1, 1991, and February 27, 2015, to evaluate whether a patient's estimated age based on their exercise performance is a better predictor of mortality when compared to chronological age.
As per PTF 2019, all participants must play singles and doubles simultaneously and would allowed only one immediate above age group in addition to their actual age group event.
Shoppers who attended the events could take immediate action to improve their health by downloading the free Sharecare app and obtaining another critical number: their RealAge, which is the actual age of someone's body versus their calendar age.
When Chris Coulter, from High Heaton, took that same test eight years ago, he was shocked to discover his heart was that of someone in their mid-50s - seven years older than his actual age.
When Chris Coulter, from High Heaton, took the test eight years ago, he was shocked to discover his heart resembled that of someone in their mid-50s- seven years older than his actual age.
And it's worth taking the test because 78% (approximately four in five) of the 1.9m people who have tried it so far have recorded a higher age for their heart than their actual age.