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(1) Do you want to bridge the generation gap?
(2) As generation gap exists, we must bear in mind that the younger people might not like that idea.
(3) I was aware of a real generation gap between us.
(4) The generation gap is another evil plan.
(5) The generation gap here was too wide.
(6) The changes stemmed largely from the generation gap.
(7) But her fears were groundless: the generation gap in this instance had him beached on a far shore.
(8) The generation gap creates tension Law is now a young profession.
(9) The generation gap bothers me a lot.
(10) The generation gap US has.
(11) Generation gap is an age - old problem, which seems even more serious today.
(12) Every attempt should be made to anticipate this generation gap.
(13) Is there a generation gap between parents and their children in your country?
(14) The parents are trying to bridge the generation gap with their children.
(15) Generation gap, conservation, reminiscence, pedantry and stubbornness all basically derive from that.
(16) How many years do you think is generation gap? Why?
(17) a movie that is sure to bridge the generation gap.
(18) There is a generation gap between my parents and I.
(19) So the generation gap is ineluctable, as long as the exactitude treats all right.
(20) It seemed that he had a foot planted firmly on both sides of the generation gap.
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(22) The results were stunningly successful and caught the flavour of Sixties London and the generation gap.
(23) In attempting its exposition I face the problem of a generation gap.
(24) He tells me that they had a discussion in school about the generation gap.
(25) With class war anaesthetized by the Cold War and affluence, the generation gap and teenagers became a subject for serious observation.
(26) Foreigner: In China do you also have the problem of generation gap?
(27) Cefuroxime for empiric treatment of community-acquired pneumococcal pneumonia: is there a generation gap?
(28) Here are some advice for you to bridge the generation gap.
(29) A few years ago it was fashionable to speak of a generation gap.
(30) If only we treat the other generation as our equals, the generation gap will be bridged.
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