Astate aged 100: glimpses of social progress in indiana during one hundred years (classic reprint)


A centenarian is a person who lives to or beyond the age of 100 years. Because life expectancies worldwide are less than 100, the term is associated with extreme longevity . In 2012, the United Nations estimated that there were 316,600 living centenarians worldwide. [1]

As life expectancy is increasing across the world, and the world population has also increased rapidly, the number of centenarians is expected to increase quickly in the future. [2] According to the UK ONS , one-third of babies born in 2013 in the UK are expected to live to 100. [3]

A supercentenarian is a person who has lived to the age of 110 or more, something only achieved by about one in 1,000 centenarians.

Even rarer is a person who has lived to age 115 – there are only 44 people in recorded history who have indisputably reached this age, of whom only Nabi Tajima , Chiyo Miyako, Giuseppina Projetto, and Kane Tanaka are living as of 2018. [4] [5] [6]

There has only been one known case of a person of 120 years of age or older whose birth was independently verified by historical documents: Jeanne Calment , who lived to the age of 122 years, 164 days.

Japan currently has the greatest number of known centenarians of any nation with 67,824 according to their 2017 census, along with the highest proportion of centenarians at 34.85 per 100,000 people. Japan started recording its centenarians in 1963. The number of Japanese centenarians in that year was 153, but surpassed the 10,000 mark in 1998; 20,000 in 2003; and 40,000 in 2009.

There was confusion on Thursday at the Headquarters of the Special Military Taskforce, codenamed ‘Operation Safe Haven’ in Jos, Plateau State, over the alleged theft of over 200 cows.

The Punch reports that the Commander of OPSH, Maj. Gen. Anthony Atolagbe, had earlier disclosed that 200 cows were missing, out of which 100 had been recovered and 20 found dead.

This is after some members of the Miyatti Allah had on Monday claimed that 350 of their cows were stolen and subsequently threatened to “violently search” for the cattle in Ganawuri, Riyom local government.

While Atolagbe alleged that some of the suspects had been arrested, the spokesman for the agency, Maj. Umar Adams, said no arrest had been made.

Adams said, “Up till now, there is no arrest; the security operatives are still on their trail and so far, they are still recovering more of the cows. They recovered about five cows and one sheep yesterday (Wednesday) while on the trail of the rustlers.”

When reminded of the statement from the OPSH Commander, he said, “I am not aware of any statement. The only statement I am aware of is the one I am telling you now and no arrest has been made.

A centenarian is a person who lives to or beyond the age of 100 years. Because life expectancies worldwide are less than 100, the term is associated with extreme longevity . In 2012, the United Nations estimated that there were 316,600 living centenarians worldwide. [1]

As life expectancy is increasing across the world, and the world population has also increased rapidly, the number of centenarians is expected to increase quickly in the future. [2] According to the UK ONS , one-third of babies born in 2013 in the UK are expected to live to 100. [3]

A supercentenarian is a person who has lived to the age of 110 or more, something only achieved by about one in 1,000 centenarians.

Even rarer is a person who has lived to age 115 – there are only 44 people in recorded history who have indisputably reached this age, of whom only Nabi Tajima , Chiyo Miyako, Giuseppina Projetto, and Kane Tanaka are living as of 2018. [4] [5] [6]

There has only been one known case of a person of 120 years of age or older whose birth was independently verified by historical documents: Jeanne Calment , who lived to the age of 122 years, 164 days.

Japan currently has the greatest number of known centenarians of any nation with 67,824 according to their 2017 census, along with the highest proportion of centenarians at 34.85 per 100,000 people. Japan started recording its centenarians in 1963. The number of Japanese centenarians in that year was 153, but surpassed the 10,000 mark in 1998; 20,000 in 2003; and 40,000 in 2009.

There was confusion on Thursday at the Headquarters of the Special Military Taskforce, codenamed ‘Operation Safe Haven’ in Jos, Plateau State, over the alleged theft of over 200 cows.

The Punch reports that the Commander of OPSH, Maj. Gen. Anthony Atolagbe, had earlier disclosed that 200 cows were missing, out of which 100 had been recovered and 20 found dead.

This is after some members of the Miyatti Allah had on Monday claimed that 350 of their cows were stolen and subsequently threatened to “violently search” for the cattle in Ganawuri, Riyom local government.

While Atolagbe alleged that some of the suspects had been arrested, the spokesman for the agency, Maj. Umar Adams, said no arrest had been made.

Adams said, “Up till now, there is no arrest; the security operatives are still on their trail and so far, they are still recovering more of the cows. They recovered about five cows and one sheep yesterday (Wednesday) while on the trail of the rustlers.”

When reminded of the statement from the OPSH Commander, he said, “I am not aware of any statement. The only statement I am aware of is the one I am telling you now and no arrest has been made.

Our company upgrade MAS to v4.40.0.3 a couple months ago and our accounting folks have complained for a few weeks that it takes so much longer for the A/R Aged Invoice Report to run.  On the previous version it would take 30 seconds to generate, and now it takes at least 5 minutes, sometimes 15.  It's come to the point that if a customer calls us we have to call them back to allow for time for the report to run, whihc does not make our customers very happy.  I was curious if this has happened to anyone else or what I can do to speed these reports back up for my users.  

Welcome to the Sage Community.  What version of MAS did you come from?  If you came from a version of MAS where AR was not on the business framework then yes, there will a difference in speed due to the difference in the technology used. However instead of running the aged invoice report whey don't you just go into Customer Inquiry, you will see the same data.

are they running an entire aging report just to look at balances for one customer?  Specifying the customer takes a lot less time for the report to run. Other options are the invoice and transactions screens in customer inquiry and previewing a statement (again for just one customer).

They are filtering by customer, so it is not going through the entire DB.  If you were referring to the "include paid invoices" and "Print Transaction date" options, those are unchecked.

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A centenarian is a person who lives to or beyond the age of 100 years. Because life expectancies worldwide are less than 100, the term is associated with extreme longevity . In 2012, the United Nations estimated that there were 316,600 living centenarians worldwide. [1]

As life expectancy is increasing across the world, and the world population has also increased rapidly, the number of centenarians is expected to increase quickly in the future. [2] According to the UK ONS , one-third of babies born in 2013 in the UK are expected to live to 100. [3]

A supercentenarian is a person who has lived to the age of 110 or more, something only achieved by about one in 1,000 centenarians.

Even rarer is a person who has lived to age 115 – there are only 44 people in recorded history who have indisputably reached this age, of whom only Nabi Tajima , Chiyo Miyako, Giuseppina Projetto, and Kane Tanaka are living as of 2018. [4] [5] [6]

There has only been one known case of a person of 120 years of age or older whose birth was independently verified by historical documents: Jeanne Calment , who lived to the age of 122 years, 164 days.

Japan currently has the greatest number of known centenarians of any nation with 67,824 according to their 2017 census, along with the highest proportion of centenarians at 34.85 per 100,000 people. Japan started recording its centenarians in 1963. The number of Japanese centenarians in that year was 153, but surpassed the 10,000 mark in 1998; 20,000 in 2003; and 40,000 in 2009.

There was confusion on Thursday at the Headquarters of the Special Military Taskforce, codenamed ‘Operation Safe Haven’ in Jos, Plateau State, over the alleged theft of over 200 cows.

The Punch reports that the Commander of OPSH, Maj. Gen. Anthony Atolagbe, had earlier disclosed that 200 cows were missing, out of which 100 had been recovered and 20 found dead.

This is after some members of the Miyatti Allah had on Monday claimed that 350 of their cows were stolen and subsequently threatened to “violently search” for the cattle in Ganawuri, Riyom local government.

While Atolagbe alleged that some of the suspects had been arrested, the spokesman for the agency, Maj. Umar Adams, said no arrest had been made.

Adams said, “Up till now, there is no arrest; the security operatives are still on their trail and so far, they are still recovering more of the cows. They recovered about five cows and one sheep yesterday (Wednesday) while on the trail of the rustlers.”

When reminded of the statement from the OPSH Commander, he said, “I am not aware of any statement. The only statement I am aware of is the one I am telling you now and no arrest has been made.

Our company upgrade MAS to v4.40.0.3 a couple months ago and our accounting folks have complained for a few weeks that it takes so much longer for the A/R Aged Invoice Report to run.  On the previous version it would take 30 seconds to generate, and now it takes at least 5 minutes, sometimes 15.  It's come to the point that if a customer calls us we have to call them back to allow for time for the report to run, whihc does not make our customers very happy.  I was curious if this has happened to anyone else or what I can do to speed these reports back up for my users.  

Welcome to the Sage Community.  What version of MAS did you come from?  If you came from a version of MAS where AR was not on the business framework then yes, there will a difference in speed due to the difference in the technology used. However instead of running the aged invoice report whey don't you just go into Customer Inquiry, you will see the same data.

are they running an entire aging report just to look at balances for one customer?  Specifying the customer takes a lot less time for the report to run. Other options are the invoice and transactions screens in customer inquiry and previewing a statement (again for just one customer).

They are filtering by customer, so it is not going through the entire DB.  If you were referring to the "include paid invoices" and "Print Transaction date" options, those are unchecked.

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Pritchard, who claimed 818 wickets 23.30 across 200 first-class games - including 695 during a decade of service at Edgbaston - is arguably one of the finest bowlers never to have played Test cricket.

He came close to a call-up at the age of 20 in 1937, but a combination of the Second World War, which coincided with his mid-20s pomp, and a desire not to undermine his professional contract in county cricket, meant that he opted out of selection for New Zealand's Test tour of England in 1949, and the call did not come again.

Instead, he ploughed his fortunes into his Warwickshire career, claiming 100 wickets a season every year from 1948 to 1951, having completed a season of qualification in the second XI in 1946.

He eventually returned to New Zealand in 1986, 41 years later than originally intended. After serving in the Middle East and Italy during the war, he met and married the love of his life, Mavis, soon after peace broke out in September 1945.

Speaking to the New Zealand Herald on the occasion of his 100th birthday in March, Pritchard insisted that he regretted nothing about his career.

"Cricket took me from being a young schoolboy whose family - my mother's side emigrated from Germany in 1875 - were not interested in the game.

A centenarian is a person who lives to or beyond the age of 100 years. Because life expectancies worldwide are less than 100, the term is associated with extreme longevity . In 2012, the United Nations estimated that there were 316,600 living centenarians worldwide. [1]

As life expectancy is increasing across the world, and the world population has also increased rapidly, the number of centenarians is expected to increase quickly in the future. [2] According to the UK ONS , one-third of babies born in 2013 in the UK are expected to live to 100. [3]

A supercentenarian is a person who has lived to the age of 110 or more, something only achieved by about one in 1,000 centenarians.

Even rarer is a person who has lived to age 115 – there are only 44 people in recorded history who have indisputably reached this age, of whom only Nabi Tajima , Chiyo Miyako, Giuseppina Projetto, and Kane Tanaka are living as of 2018. [4] [5] [6]

There has only been one known case of a person of 120 years of age or older whose birth was independently verified by historical documents: Jeanne Calment , who lived to the age of 122 years, 164 days.

Japan currently has the greatest number of known centenarians of any nation with 67,824 according to their 2017 census, along with the highest proportion of centenarians at 34.85 per 100,000 people. Japan started recording its centenarians in 1963. The number of Japanese centenarians in that year was 153, but surpassed the 10,000 mark in 1998; 20,000 in 2003; and 40,000 in 2009.


Centenarian - Wikipedia

A state aged 100 - Internet Archive

    A centenarian is a person who lives to or beyond the age of 100 years. Because life expectancies worldwide are less than 100, the term is associated with extreme longevity . In 2012, the United Nations estimated that there were 316,600 living
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