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baby boom

noun as in population explosion

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Before that, you can see the big surge in attendance that accompanied the emergence of the baby boom.

That was the lowest number of births since 1979 and the largest one-year drop in births, in percentage terms, since 1965, the year the baby boom ended.

Though the Biscayne Bay site seems to be experiencing a hammerhead shark baby boom, officially designating the area as a nursery will require more monitoring.

The baby boom is nearing or at retirement, and we need people to fill many of their jobs and bolster the economy.

Starting with the baby boom period from 1946 to 1964, many middle- and upper-class women had increased opportunities to get an education beyond high school, which had typically been the end of women’s formal education.

It was in this buoyant baby boom atmosphere that my parents grew up.

So far the Baby Boom had only a mild, Playboy cartoon-caption case of the ironic.

Any good Baby Boom boy my age can testify that the oomph went out of American family car design in 1963.

Full disclosure: As someone born in 1963, I am at the very tail end of the baby boom.

Baby-boom Democrats came to see America as a center-right nation.

The retirement of the Baby Boom generation will put unprecedented strains on the Federal government.

With the number of elderly Americans set to double by 2030, the baby boom will become a senior boom.

Seven years from now, the baby boom generation will begin to claim Social Security benefits.

The retirement of the baby boom generation will put unprecedented strains on the federal government.

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From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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