At the ripe old age of 38, I found myself CEO of a public company that, at the time, had the biggest one-day gain in Wall Street history.
My grandmother, of course, lived up to a ripe old age.
By the 1970s, this area had become a neglected eyesore, ripe for development.
At the ripe age of 39, this exuberant Brazilian choreographer has rapidly become a major player in the cultural landscape of her native country.
Upon graduation, Goss jotted down three cities on scraps of paper-Los Angeles, New York and Boston-that she considered ripe for a job in advertising and picked one out of a hat.
Trees bearing big, ripe fruits of all kinds were everywhere.
He was small and gangly for the ripe age of sixteen, unlike Christopher, who was two-years his senior and certainly looked the role of a strong handsome young man.
Workplace tensions, whether related to compensation issues, unrealistic profit margins or setting rapid growth goals, can create an environment ripe for fraud.
I never had trouble talking to guys on the phone before, except for that first time, and now, at the ripe old age of twenty-four, I couldn't think of anything to say.
He felt his stomach growling, and decided the time was ripe for some food.