The gen X-y video boasted a giant cannonball rolling down suburban streets, as well as front woman Kim Deal singing underwater.
The Ryan plan remains deeply unpopular in a number of polls, among the gen pop and and among seniors.
Seventy-five percent of gen 1s said blacks faced “a lot” of discrimination, compared with 49 percent of gen 3s.
In the time since the gen 1s came on the scene, a revolution has occurred.
For gen 3s, the numbers were 68 percent and 20 percent, respectively.
They ain't one o' them blame little scalawags down to Chestnut Valley, but what deserves a good thrashin' on gen'al principles.
My gen'lemen not like that camping place, and we stay there not even one night.
An effort is now being made by gen'l Blunt to punish plundering in the country.
But you didn't ought to have your dander ris with me, gen'ral.'
The gen'ral takes a seat opposite him and argues beseechin'ly, but not one soft look from the little man.
word-forming element technically meaning "something produced," but mainly, in modern use, "thing that produces or causes," from French -gène (18c.), from Greek -genes "born of, produced by," related to genos "birth" (see genus). Originally in late 18th century chemistry and probably reflecting misunderstanding of -genes, as though it meant "that which produces."
-gen or -gene
One that is produced: phosgene.