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all the people living at the same time or of approximately the same age

group of genetically related organisms constituting a single step in the line of descent

the normal time between successive generations

a stage of technological development or innovation

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a coming into being

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the production of heat or electricity

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the act of producing offspring or multiplying by such production

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Ryan Binkley, President of Generational Equity stated, "It gives me great pleasure to watch our team members grow and develop both as professionals and as individuals.
Ryan Binkley, President of Generational Equity adds, "The similarities in language, business law, and corporate environments make this a real win-win for both our firm and our potential clients located in the U.
Employing canonical correlation, they found evidence suggesting that while managers identified by generational cohorts differed in self-reported behaviors, and managers identified by generational cohorts differed in behaviors reported by others, the differences were not as large as suggested by proponents of generational cohort theory.
David Robinson to develop a plan for a generational change in the Superior East Region.
Bill Cosby swung the generational bat earlier this spring, condemning young people for "putting their clothes on backward.
The generational equity (GE) perspective is one framework for thinking about the share of resources that ought to go to the elderly.
That commitment is to the value of pluralism, which springs from our generational ethic: tolerance.
The combative scorn embodied in Bob Dylan's declaration of generational conflict is gone.
Wallach writes that the "seeds of generational rhetoric were planted" by these late medieval and early modern movements.
2] In addition, generational accounting projects are underway for Japan, Portugal, and Argentina.
This report highlights such generational issues pertinent to the consumer and working population, and identifies solutions for employers in recruiting and managing a cross-generational workforce.
2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Registration is now open for the2015 Generational Equity Jingle Bell Run
This volume features some of the papers prepared by international scholars for a 1991 conference on "aging and generational relations over the life course" at the University of Delaware.
The main conflict that will ensue if reform doesn't happen soon, according to Newsweek, is "a generational civil war.
Working Across Generations offers a comprehensive look at the leadership transition and generational shift that the nonprofit sector faces, and it gives readers practical advice on how they can prepare for this inevitable shift in healthy ways.