American elder


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Noun1.American elder - common elder of central and eastern North America bearing purple-black berriesAmerican elder - common elder of central and eastern North America bearing purple-black berries; fruit used in wines and jellies
elderberry - berrylike fruit of an elder used for e.g. wines and jellies
elderberry bush, elder - any of numerous shrubs or small trees of temperate and subtropical northern hemisphere having white flowers and berrylike fruit
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Skilled nursing can quickly top $80,000, according to 2017 estimates by the American Elder Care Research Organization.
The Native American naming ceremony, led by Phyllis Young, a prominent Native American elder and member of Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, was held in honor of Jean-Louis Bourgeois, a 76-year-old wealthy activist in New York and the son of sculptor Louise Bourgeois who died in 2010 at the age of 98.
com is an outreach of the American Elder Care Research Organization, which helps individuals plan for long-term senior care.
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29 ( ANI ): A native American elder who ceremonially adopted President Barack Obama into the 'Crow nation' has died, aged 78.
At the conference, although the voice of a Native American elder was absent on the panel, the people on the stage and in the audience had repeatedly demonstrated an awareness of social injustices in American society and emanated an emotional receptivity to each other.
4 Which American elder statesman suffered a seizure and was diagnosed with a form of brain cancer?
Native American Elder, Wovoka, opened the drumming event by describing the Ceremony for the Future of the World's Children.
The section held an educational conference that took place at the Hotel Citadines Saint Germain de Pres, in Paris, France in March which gave French and American elder law attorneys an opportunity to compare and contrast the two legal system relating to elder law, guardianship, health care and aging issues.
Examples might include a Japanese American elder who remembers the end of World War II, an African American elder who remembers specific forms of discrimination, a Mexican American elder who articulates memories of his or her marriage and family life, or a Cuban American elder who remembers the journey from Cuba to the United States.
A rare exception is the case where a White former employer gave gifts of food (usually groceries) to an African American elder.
Leading this extraordinary event was Native American Elder, Terry Nagel, whose Native American name is Eagle Woman.

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