|NOUN || a baby boom | baby booms |
|SYNO ||baby-boom generation | baby boom|
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- The baby boom saw a significant increase in sales for Jell-O.
- One of the reasons why the churches gained attendance and popularity was due to the baby boom, when soldiers came back from the second world war and started their families.
- Station wagons experienced the highest production levels in the United States from the 1950s through the 1970s as a result of the American Mid-20th century baby boom.
- Like other early new towns of Hong Kong, the district was primary for settling the influx of Chinese population around the year of the change of sovereignty in China in 1949 and the baby boom afterwards.
- Some parties have become known for heavy drinking and relaxed morals, and Calgary is said to experience an annual baby boom each April – nine months after the event.
- The Delaware Valley's rapid industrial expansion and the resulting baby boom of World War II, brought increasing pressure for suburban housing.
- In the 1970s, Wilmette experienced a post-baby boom drop in primary school education.
- By the late 1950s, with the end of World War II, the Baby Boom, and the G.I. Bill, it became clear that thousands of students would flood the University of California.
- Because of the baby boom, Lonoke's population began to reach higher numbers.
- The number of parishes, schools, seminaries and retreat houses named after him in western countries is very large, partly because he was very well known, and his beatification and canonization in the early 1950s was during a period of time following World War II when there was a great deal of new construction in cities and population growth in the era of the baby boom, thus leading to Catholic institutional expansion that correlated with the growing society.
- A post-Khmer Rouge baby boom pushed the population above 10 million, although growth has slowed in recent years.
- An indication of the importance put on the impact of the boomer was the selection by "TIME" magazine of the Baby Boom Generation as its 1966 "Man of the Year".
- Recently and most notably, the years immediately after World War II saw an explosion in fertility rates called the Baby Boom because the returning soldiers and displaced people started new families.
- Shortly after, the three Luce sons sought to diversify the company product line, fearing that demand for school bus production would eventually recede; while the baby boom generation affected student populations, the generation (as a whole) would complete high school shortly after 1980.
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