Among Hindus, people who touch the feet of elders are often blessed with "May you live a hundred years". In Poland, Sto lat, a wish to live a hundred years, is a traditional form of praise and good wishes; the Jewish tradition, however, is more ambitious, "May you live as long as Moses", or 120 years.
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1.1 Activists/non-profit leaders2 External links
1.6 Educators/school administrators
1.8 Jurists/practitioners of law
1.9 Military commanders
1.10 Musicians/Composers/music patrons
1.13 Politicians/government servants
1.14 Relative of someone well-known
1.15 Religious leaders/Clergymen
1.20 Known for attaining high age
List of centenarians
Here is a list of well-known centenarians (with supercentenarians emphasized strongly).
This list is divided into sub-lists, according to how the centenarian became well known.
Jurists/practitioners of law
Relative of someone well-known
Known for attaining high age
supercentenarian, Last Surviving Veteran