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.
"Ah'm not a gen'ral," Wims said, desperately trying to please.
An effort is now being made by gen'l Blunt to punish plundering in the country.
gen'l Wadsworth managed the lines on the right and I on the left.
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.