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age group

any social grouping based on age. In some simple societies age groupings (see AGE SETS) have formed a crucial basis of social organization, but age groupings of varying kinds have significance within societies of all types (e.g. in modern Britain, the under5s or the over-65s).
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Education Minister Maszlee Malik told the Dewan Rakyat the collections date back to 2013 and involved 1.13 million borrowers from various age groups.
Mi Jung Pak, Philippine Science High School (Age Group 7)
The Cebuana Lhuillier Age Group Tennis summer tour ran from April to June, signing up more than 1,000 participants in 10 provinces, reaching as far as Kabacan in Cotabato.
The results of this first study suggest that emerging adults believe adolescents and members of their own age group are indeed exceptionally narcissistic and entitled.
The report suggests more HIV screening camps at the THQ hospital Ratodero to identify hidden cases among all age groups; campaigns to create awareness of the spread and transmission of HIV/AIDS and screening of all high-risk groups, parents of affected children and their close contacts in the family.
Similarly national Senior Championship will age group categories Under-13, Under-15 and Under-17 from July 22-27, National Men Squash Championship with age group categories Under-15 and Under-17 will be organized from August 19-24, 2019 at Abbottabad.
The feed intake in weaning age group of 110 days was significantly higher in growing calves as compared to other weaning age groups.
English Poem Recitation, Age Group 2A: Niranjan Viswanath Iyer, Sannidhyu Chandra, Sanjana Manjo.
In the same age group Wirral were the next local team home in 26th with Joe Wigfield running their fastest circuit in 8:49 on the opening stage.
Isolation of other gram-positive bacteria were higher among 45--64 age group. These bacteria could not be differentiated into corresponding species.
It said the female labor participation rate in that age group hit 81.24 percent in 2017, up 7.26 percentage points from 2007, while the male labor participation rate in the same age group was 95.50 percent in 2017, up 2.51 percentage points from 10 years ago.
where ln(Suicide) and ln(Unemployment) are, respectively, the natural log of the suicide and unemployment rates for each of six age groups: 20-24, 25-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64, and 65 years of age or older.