next generationCrystal Palace: The next generation
first generationWe were the ‘first generation’.
second generationNow they are on their third generation of RIP and second generation of PostScript imagesetters with the Linotronic 200P.
each generationBut as each generation passes, the contribution of your genes is halved.
younger generationSo much for the younger generation and their attitude to the new technology.
third generation‘But I'm third generation,’ she said.
older generationThe er the older generation.
gas generationWe must not sanction the contracts lying on my right hon. Friend's desk — and by that I mean that there should be no more contracts for gas generation.
power generationPhotovoltaics is still five times as expensive as conventional power generation.
whole generationObviously, when parents are killed a whole generation is wiped out at a stroke.
fourth generationThe advent of fourth generation languages (4GLs) has made system development much easier.
generation wereFred's generation were going down like flies.
later generationThe bomber — like the ICBM which haunts a later generation — would always get through.
present generationThe present generation — or ‘cohort’— of elderly persons includes disproportionately large numbers of women.
electricity generationBy the year 2000 nuclear should be contributing one-fifth of Japanese energy needs — some 45% of electricity generation.
previous generationMaterial prosperity increases; we enjoy now what the previous generation enjoyed in its forties.
spontaneous generationWell, there is the theory of spontaneous generation — like worms in Lucretius.