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1 I'm a product of the postwar baby boom.
2 He was born during the post-war baby boom.
3 There was a baby boom in Britain and the US after World War II.
4 The answer is a baby boom.
5 A more pressing problem is Mexico's dramatic baby boom.
6 In the early years the baby boom carried almost all women before it.
7 Most recent wars have ended in a baby boom, even for the losers.
8 In the 1970s as the baby boom generation entered the labor force, capital-labor ratios rose more slowly or even fell.
9 The baby boom generation lined up for their Sabin sugar cubes and hardly noticed that the Salk vaccine was disappearing.
10 But as the baby boom generation retires, the fund faces the possibility of depletion by 2030.
11 In my neighborhood there is a baby boom.
12 The baby boom swelled the population.
13 The baby boom swelled population.
14 The baby boom created a bulge in school enrollment.
15 The US welfare state is overburdened,[www.Sentencedict.com] now the baby boom generation is retiring.
16 The war baby boom in the USA was from 1945 ---- 1964 .
17 You can trace the roots of the gay baby boom back to the mid-nineties, when a number of cultural forces came together.
18 Therefore in the 1950's and 1960's, the baby boom hit an antiquated and inadequate school system.
19 They cost around ￡60a-week, but if there's been a baby boom in the area prices can double!
20 Fifty years ago, the United States first met the postwar baby boom without enough pediatricians, schools, jobs or housing.
21 Its downward trend was disturbed only by the uncertainty of the First World War and a sharp but transient post-war baby boom.
22 To be sure, there are more young men and women in this age group because of the 1960's baby boom.
23 The study defined parents aged 30 to 50 as being members of the baby boom generation.
24 That makes me officially not part of the exalted Baby Boom generation.
25 They're being bred by farmer, Christopher Marler and this year, there's been something of a baby boom.
26 This is the fastest growth rate since the post-war baby boom - and is far more rapid than the Government forecast just three years ago.
27 They did not vanish in a puff of smoke but have lived on as part of the eighty-million strong baby boom generation to find jobs, raise families, run for office, play the market.
28 A month ago there were news reports of a post - Sept. 11 baby boom.
29 Attitudes were different then, but a point had been proven, nevertheless, even as mothers assumed their former roles as housewives, heralding a post-war baby boom.
30 Her plan sounds a lot like the plot from Baby Boom . Only without the baby.