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-"[[Williams (1975)]], in fact, remarks that [[Ageing|age]] probably is the most important determinant of [[human female attractiveness]]. ”"--''[[The Evolution of Human Sexuality]]'' (1979), p. 188+"[[Sex and Evolution |Williams (1975)]], in fact, remarks that [[Ageing|age]] probably is the most important determinant of [[human female attractiveness]]. ”"--''[[The Evolution of Human Sexuality]]'' (1979), p. 188
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"Williams (1975), in fact, remarks that age probably is the most important determinant of human female attractiveness. ”"--The Evolution of Human Sexuality (1979), p. 188

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  1. The process of becoming older or more mature.
  2. The deliberate act of making something (such as an antique) appear older than it is.

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