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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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In our study, the IPLs of waves I-III value are significantly higher in males in [greater than or equal to]45 years age groups than in females.
The immunosuppression protocols were similar in two age groups.
Team-mate Lucy Glover was second in the age group with Lauren Baraclough third and Jade Picket fourth.
In such a system, age groups should comprise the maximum number of consecutive ages which have a similar impact on marathon running performance to ensure they are as competitive and equitable as possible.
For those in the oldest age groups, post-injury employment with the pre-injury employer is most common.
Internet usage by women continues to be lower than men, particularly in older age groups.
A report has revealed the over-65s have more disposable income than any other age group when it comes to splashing out on products and services in the hospitality and leisure sector.
AIM OF THE STUDY: To study the effect of hypothyroidism on the menstrual cycle of women who are in the reproductive age group.
In the present study significantly higher egg weight was observed in third age group followed by second and first age groups (Table 1) which might be due to higher body weight of respected age group.
KARACHI -- Karachi Grammar School (KGS) maintained their supremacy in the Sindh Open and Boys Age group Swimming Championship which concluded at KG pool on Sunday.
5 per 100,000), closely followed by the 50-54 age group (9.