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A member of the post-World War II ‘baby boom’ generation, which corresponds to those individuals born after the end of WWII—1945 until 1964

baby boomer

Any person born in the years immediately following the end of World War II (usually defined as the years 1946–1964) when birth rates in the U.S. were unusually high.
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The authors of the report point out that, "the aging of the baby boom mothers was a one-time event that will not be repeated.
Earth 2 Jane Baby Boom Consumer Decor (tweens' and teens')
The baby boom generation aged and the University did not change its marketing orientation.
Let's just hope our children don't use their time waiting for a test date laying the foundations for the next baby boom in 2021.
Baby boom en el Paraiso/ Hombres en escabeche de Ana Istaru.
First, it is always preferable to preface the pressure-packed "Didja get married?" with an initial "Hello" or "How are you?" or even a "How about those Red Sox?" We are amused to observe how our questions have changed--from the "Who's your daddy?" of early gay liberation to the "Who's the father?" of the baby boom; from the propositional "Do you warms?" to the proposing "Do you wanna get married?"
On page 32, Glentzer reports on the baby boom at several companies including the Houston Ballet, under the direction of Stanton Welch, who was himself a child of a dancing mother.
She said the 'baby boom' that followed the World War II was accompanied by a substantial increase in technology-driven productivity.
Yet for all our national obsession with doing things "for the children," there's little agreement on the political character of the largest demographic cohort since the baby boom. The Millennials serve as a political Rorschach test, with partisans of the left and the right each seeing their own proclivities as dominant.
The "sweet era" of Gray Panther consumption is likely to be from now until 2010, because they represent the core of Japan's original postwar baby boom. As Japan's population continues to age rapidly, the majority of Japan's baby boom seniors will begin shifting towards the 70-and-older group after 2010.
"The Baby Boom generation is only now contemplating aging, and gerontologists are beginning to recognize the extraordinary impact their numbers will have on an aging society," says Fernando Torres-Gil, author of The New Aging: Politics and Change in America.