- n. Plural of generation.
“Sometimes, we do not even appear to understand what we are doing to future generations, and how much we owe to previous generations.”
“Friday morning, word on how fast the U.S. economy shrunk this spring will cross financial wires - and with it, new clarity on whether the deepest recession in generations is winding down.”
“My book, which chronicles only six generations, is the tip of this family iceberg.”
“Feeling superiority over past generations is a form of self congratulation that”
“Within generations, today I'm paying money to today's retired people w/the supposed promise of receiving money when I'm retired.”
“Although many are scared, we need to find strength and courage in one another and stand firm for change, for the tipping point of our generations is now.”
“Your sudden care for future generations is very heartwarming, but where were you for the last 8 years?”
“One of the watersheds between generations is the people who remember the sound of that “ching!” when you rolled over the hose on the station plaza that told an attendant someone was waiting at the pump.”
“The realness of the relationships and relatability of the characters was designed to appeal to a mature (or semi-mature) sensibility - an influence that can be seen in generations of cartoon families to follow: as well as in the pop-culture allusion still made today by asking: Wilma?”
“I think this entire wave of generations is just not looking at history and studying the facts.”
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