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We, fools as we are, know how to pay the proper respect that is due to senility and second-childishness.
It would seem that we lawyers have taken insufficient account of the characteristics of senility.
I should like to add to what precedes, that senility presents fact and judgment together.
The deep red hue of a frosty and vigorous senility still coloured their unwrinkled faces.
Those who have clung so hard to their bodies, must galvanise them again with rheumatism and senility and mortgage-ridden minds.
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Greece, the most intellectual of all nations of all times, died in mental senility of moral paralysis.
Pratt, who had been waiting for hours with the angry impatience of senility, met them at the door, truculent as a terrier.
Theirs was no passing in gradual waning of strength and quiet dissolution; not even in senility.
Therefore we often find senility among young men of the upper classes.
A weakness seemed to have come over the people, as if they were in the last stage of senility.

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