x generation in a sentence
- They are optimistic when compared with their siblings in the X Generation.
- Exactly what ages are considered baby boomers, and what for the X generation?
- It is also a symbol of the X generation's need to be entertained.
- From our standpoint, this is a lost generation as opposed to an X generation.
- The novel is about the generation after the X generation.
- Combs definitely speaks with solid information to the X generation.
- The Gen-X generation does not identify with a lot of issues in the Republican Party.
- No more yuppies, no more buppies, no more X generation; that's all dead and gone.
- "This X Generation is an MTV generation, " says Mark Whitaker, fashion editor of Details magazine.
- "Producers want to appeal to the X Generation _ they're tired of the old geezers, " he says.
- And I learned, too, how different my generation, the Vietnam generation, and the succeeding X generation are from them.
- Downtown, suburban, rural, east, north, ranchers and farmers to high-tech engineers, yuppies to the new kids _ the X generation.
- For every x generations back your nearest common relative is you'll share 1 / 2 x of your genes with them.
- To the extent that we are a product of forces already in motion, I wonder whether the X generation is the canary in this nation's coal mine.
- Especially nowadays . The X Generation gets to the big leagues a lot quicker without knowing the ABCs, the elementary level of how to play baseball or how to pitch.
- With the emphasis more on the X generation, you'll find restaurants and clubs packed into exquisite Spanish and Moorish buildings from two world's fairs : the Panama-Pacific Exposition of 1915 and the California-Pacific Exposition of 1935.
- "The X Generation is more independent at an earlier age and with a higher discretionary income than any other generation in the history of mankind, " said Dean Bonham, whose business, The Bonham Group, advises companies on sponsorship of sporting events.
- If it had been up to me _ an ex-McDonald's employee _ I would have aimed straight at the heart of both the X Generation and the Baby Boomers, who by now make up pretty much the whole of the adult population that isn't gray ( and some of it _ like Bill Clinton _ that is ).
- Neil Howe and William Strauss'book " Millennials Rising " _ a survey of the post-Gen X generation _ suggests that the young people born in the early 1980s and afterward are, as a group, less rebellious than their predecessors, more practical-minded, less individualistic and more inclined to value " team over self, duties over rights, honor over feeling, action over words ."