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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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When you look at, generationally, those who have been here--their families have been here--for a while, it's even less Catholic.
Generationally, while 60% of adults aged 18-34 take supplements, the percentage increases to 69% among those aged 35-54, and to 78% among those 55 and over.
Community college faculty members teach a more diverse--academically, generationally and ethnically--classroom than most four-year college faculty will ever experience.
Green jobs help people who need it the most, including the generationally impoverished, recent veterans and people coming out of the criminal justice system.
This expanding and now generationally complex milieu of Black women pioneered a radical and underappreciated early 1950s African American feminist opposition to racism, from the Jim Crow South to the battlefields of the Korean war, the Sojourners for Truth and Justice.
Again, we were generationally connected too, whether we were born here or abroad, and faced similar struggles in relation to publishers, critics, and the white/White Canadian literary Establishment.
He added, "The legacy of the residential schools will transfer generationally unless something is done to stop it, and that's counseling and healing.
The Plural Moroccan Association event allowed for citizens to debate, exchange and share their ideas amidst a socially, ethnically and generationally diverse environment.
Generationally speaking, he is much more akin to a 1970s-era popular culture monster than to Hitler the uber monster.
But generationally, they want those things delivered in a different package.
Training today's generationally diverse workforce starts with understanding the values that drive attitudes and behaviors.
Finally, the pain of intergenerational oppression experienced by many native-born racial minorities who have long-term roots in the United States is different from the more truncated and generationally specific racial injustice confronted by recent racial minority arrivals.
Perhaps those interns took the first step toward initiating a cooperative progress toward a generationally united end.
Such is the curse, and the blessing, of the real contribution the Victorians made to the study of history, an advance that remains with us today: a keen "sense of the past" that defined historical progress generationally and recognized the differences between ourselves and those who lived before us and shaped the world which we have inherited.
As with any issue that is generationally and culturally linked, as time passes, perceptions and their impacts will continue to evolve.