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It is easy to see that the domain name is formed from the two words age and see. The domain can be well suited for such areas as: Health, Pension funds, Commercial real estate, Insurance carriers, Tourism. The main idea of a domain is to emphasize some age category or time interval. After reading this domain name, the user will want to go to the site and ask what target audience it is intended for. The domain name sounds simple, calm and pleasant.


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