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“In 2008, 28 percent of traditional college-age Hispanics were in college, up from 17 percent two decades earlier.”
“But there are no major military installations there, and GOP lawmakers have reserved their criticisms for the voting behavior of students - leading even some college-age Republicans to fight back.”
“Second, most of the characters on the show are now college-age and I think we all did some crazy things at that time in our lives (I use to wear tie-dye and bandannas — terrifying!).”
“Toddlers were fussing, elderly passengers appeared to be comatose and two college-age students had buried their heads in their hands.”
“It did provide “entertainment” yesterday when my college-age niece was visiting.”
“He usually assigns this job to his nanny, but college-age children or other guests—perhaps sharing the job so each gets time off—could do it as well.”
“The relationship game among college-age adults today is a muddle of seemingly contradictory trends.”
“I am a divorced father of two college-age children, and my girlfriend is single and childless.”
“Three college-age men were buying matching Richard Nixon masks.”
“Obama and his senior political strategists have made no secret of the fact that they believe turning out college-age -- and slightly older -- voters, who formed one of the pillars of his own electoral victory in 2008, is essential to limiting Democratic losses in the House and Senate this fall.”
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