Ageing

The combination of biological, psychological and social processes that affect people as they grow older.
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Ageing

Wine is one of the few foodstuffs that can improve with age, and this is also one of its key fascinations. The longevity of different types of wine is a complex and inexact science: real wine bore territory! Given good cellaring conditions (cool, stable temperature is key among these) fine red wines will improve for many years after release, as wil...
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Ageing

The systematic change in frequency of an oscillator with time. NB - It is the frequency drift when factors external to the oscillator environment, power supply, temperature, etc.) are kept constant. An ageing value should always be specified together with the corresponding duration.
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Ageing

A change in the properties of certain metals and alloys that occurs at ambient or moderately elevated temperatures after hot working, heat treatment, or a cold working operation.The ageing of aluminium alloys generally occurs slowly at atmospheric temperatures and more rapidly at higher temperatures. See also: Cold Working, Heat Treatment.
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Ageing

Permanent loss of capacity with frequent use or the passage of time due to unwanted irreversible chemical reactions in the cell.
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Ageing

The process by which certain types of leather are at some stage of manufacture allowed to lie in piles to 'age'. (11)
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Ageing

[disambiguation] Ageing is the effect of time on a person. Aging or ageing may also refer to: ==Biology== ==Chemistry== ==Food preparation== ==Other== ...
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Ageing

Ageing (British English) or aging (American English) is the accumulation of changes in a person over time. Ageing in humans refers to a multidimensional process of physical, psychological, and social change. Some dimensions of ageing grow and expand over time, while others decline. Reaction time, for example, may slow with age, while knowledge of ...
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Ageing

Decorative technique used to create the effect of wear-and-tear on a wooden, painted, plastic or other surfaces. Common in country and rustic reproductions, also used to create antique 'fakes.'
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ageing

the irreversible changes in one or more properties of an insulating solid, liquid or gas as a result of its normal use
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ageing

the irreversible changes in one or more properties of an insulating solid, liquid or gas as a result of its normal use
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ageing

change with passage of time of physical, chemical or electrical properties of a component or module under specified operating conditions, which may result in degradation of significant performance characteristics
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ageing

In common usage, the period of deterioration of the physical condition of a living organism that leads to death; in biological terms, the entire life process. Three current theories attempt to account for ageing. The first suggests that the process is genetically determined, to remove individuals that can no longer reproduce. The second suggest...
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Ageing

Whiskey ages in oak casks; once it is bottled no further ageing takes place.
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Ageing

Whisky ages in oak casks; once it is bottled no further ageing takes place.
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Ageing

(see Maturation)
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