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age group

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishage groupˈage group noun [countable]  AGEthe people between two particular ages, considered as a groupin the ... age group a book for children in the 12–14 age group
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age groupThe book is written for children in the 12-14 age group.Exactly the same principles apply as with any age group.One half of all women aged 65+ are widowed, compared to just one fifth of men in this age group.To be sure, there are more young men and women in this age group because of the 1960's baby boom.in the ... age groupThis course has been experiencing a rising age profile in entrants and a particularly sharp increase in the over 35 age group.Sarah Wood was another medal marvel in the 16 years age group.There will be another 102 million in the age group from 55 to 84, more than twice its present voting strength.It is said that in the under 16 age group one in six no longer eats meat.
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