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one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

noble rank or status by birth

to give birth to

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The normal working career was assumed to equal 40 years, and the AMW was calculated over the 35 years with the highest earnings beginning with the 1929 birth cohort.
From the 1900 to 1950 birth cohorts, female private school teachers lost a bout three years of schooling--exactly the amount of schooling lost by female teachers overall, The pattern for male teachers is similar, Furthermore, the decline in the quality-based relative wage is similar for public and private school teachers.
The number of subjects in each age and birth cohort quartile is listed in Supplemental Material, Table S3.
Britain now has five large-scale birth cohort follow-up studies, begun in 1958, 1970, 1991 and 2000, and a sixth will begin in 2012.
Maternal smoking habits and cognitive development of children at age 4 years in a population-based birth cohort.
2) To deal with this situation, measures of educational attainment for birth cohorts, defined as age groups at a given time, provide a more appropriate basis to determine the actual transition in schooling and to check the consistency in reported information between different sources over a span of time.
The ability of year of birth cohort to differentiate between user groups is not constant across the 13 comparisons.
While the study did not evaluate the uptake of the CDC recommendation, the study authors conclude that the results demonstrate that the implementation of birth cohort testing in the primary care setting is feasible and can be effective.
Joanna Holbrook, corresponding author, adds: "The GUSTO birth cohort is an extremely powerful dataset to investigate how our experiences at the very beginnings of our lifetimes, in combination with our genes, affect our health throughout our lives.
A risk-based approach may miss detection of a substantial proportion of the HCV-infected persons in the birth cohort because of a lack of patient disclosure or knowledge about prior risk status," according to the USPSTF report.
Longitudinal evidence from the Danish National Birth Cohort.
Impact of barbecued meat consumed in pregnancy on birth outcomes accounting for personal prenatal exposure to airborne polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: Birth cohort study in Poland.
Of the nearly 6 million infants from the 1991-2001 California birth cohort, 21,717 who were eventually diagnosed with autism were included in the study.
1 discusses trends in expenditure by age and birth cohort, and Section 3.
They applied the model to a population of about 102 million individuals who were eligible for screening, and found that the birth cohort screening (BCS) strategy would result in 59,000 fewer deaths related to HCV infection and 106,000 fewer cases of advanced liver disease, compared with the current risk-based screening (RBS) strategy.