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1Horse Racing Coursing
Originally and chiefly Horse Racing and Coursing. Of a race: open to competitors of all ages.
2Generally Generally. That applies to, or is intended, suitable, or appropriate for people, pupils, etc., of all ages.
Early 19th century. From all + age.
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