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boomer

Drug slang
A regional term for psilocybin/psilocin.
 
Vox populi
Baby boomer, see there.
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Nearly a third of Boomers will take advantage of hot summer weather to make domestic trips.
Boomers will continue to drive environmental protection as they have done in the past via a strong volunteer ethic and an understanding of the connection of planetary and personal health.
Boomers will need assistance with the accumulation, preservation and the transfer of their assets.
Let's accept that boomer expertise hasn't been in leadership.
Boomers own more vehicles and drive more often and at older ages than prior generations.
Small, whose five-week Senior Memory Training courses at UCLA Center on Aging have drawn baby boomers to teaching sites across Los Angeles, has licensed it in a half-dozen states.
He doesn't seem to argue that Boomers are greater than the Greatest Generation.
There's that recurring boomer exceptionalism--most, best, only--that often muscles its way to the front.
The Boomers connect Derris' two Windows desktop PCs and Kim's Apple iBook to each other and to the Internet through their cable modem connection.
6) This is sobering for a Baby boomer physician who may feel an ATM card is high tech
A visitor to the Web site, The Baby Boomer Generation, left an article about aging-in-place communities and inspired this response from the Web Master: