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-geny

suffix meaning "production, generation, origin": homogeny, hylogeny, morphogeny.

-geny

[Gr. -geneia, birth, fr -genēs, born]
Suffix meaning generation, origin, production.
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The findings of India's largest survey of over 12,300 high school students across 12 Indian cities reveals that smart devices and online access are making GenY "instant connectors".
Promoters of Geny Courses, which so far bears all the hallmarks of hurried production, seem to have turned the principles of modern media on their head, since the print edition has been spawned from a website product.
An employee at the Geny Agency said Miller is retired but promised to send him a message to give us a call.
Acompanhado por Geny, sai a procura de outros sobreviventes.
Twenge, professor of psychology at San Diego State University and author of the book Generation Me, made a comparison between work values of GenY (born in the late 1980s) to those of GenX (born in the 1970s) and Boomers (born in the 1950s) at the same age.
PARIS -- Q1 Labs, the global provider of total security intelligence solutions, today announced details of a successful project by Prosodie which is helping its client GENY infos meet tough French government regulations to ensure the security of cloud-based gambling sites.
Geny Infos, which publishes horseracing information for punters under the Geny Courses brand, is a joint venture between the PMU and Serendipity Investment.
Many consultants are preying on employers with statistics (like GenY is 80 million Americans strong - this is larger even than the baby boomer generation), and social media concepts, etc.
There was no announcement inside the train," said Keath and Geny, an elderly couple from the UK, who were going to Jaipur.
Hiring and retaining GenY talent for service delivery
President and Chief Executive Officer of Covalent, commented, "The Agreement with Geny Research significantly strengthens our capabilities to provide services in Russia and neighboring countries.
Today's GenY workers demand a high-level of connectivity and collaboration with employees at all levels of the organization -- but especially with young, like-minded professionals," notes Anne Berkowitch, CEO of SelectMinds.