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Synonyms for generation

Synonyms for generation

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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i) Generational accounting is essentially a matter of arithmetic.
For example, an expansion of pay-as-you-go-financed Social Security retirement benefits will help current older and harm current younger and future generations, according to generational accounting.
This represents a "significant generational imbalance in U.
A new approach called the Generational Wealth Management Continuum incorporates family assets which are often overlooked into a more effectively integrated family wealth portfolio and outlines a wealth management process that sheds new light on risk management and asset protection strategies.
Generational Capital, LLC is a Dallas, Texas-based merger and acquisition advisory firm.
Moosmann have collaborated for the past three years to develop a thought leading study on the best practices used by leading family controlled business enterprises to assure that ownership and business governance systems are supported by processes resulting in successful generational transitions of larger operating businesses.
Concerned more with generational responsibility than an eschatological obsession with decline, the discourse on "youth" and the "Rising Generation" encompassed social and political training that extended beyond jeremiads.
Through expert insights from Erickson and interactive activities and scenarios, leaders will find practical techniques and strategies to help them understand different generational perspectives, reduce workplace tension arising from generational differences, and lead a diverse group more effectively.
Generational Equity Managing director Julie Sandoval's team, led by trusted affiliate Mike LoContewith support from Generational Equity VP Rebecca Gruman, successfully closed the deal.
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.
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.
has acquired Florida, US-based electronic safety device manufacturer Keytroller LLC, under the advisement of Dallas, US-based mergers and acquisitions specialist Generational Equity, the company said.
Mergers and acquisitions advisor Generational Equity has sold its client, Hanson Directory Service, to DirecTech, LLC, based in Chicago, the company said.
The essays in this work differ in their scope and the extent to which they accept or reject the generational theme but both "generations" and "youth" supply a thematic unity that is often missing in such collections.
The main conflict that will ensue if reform doesn't happen soon, according to Newsweek, is "a generational civil war.