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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishintergenerationalin‧ter‧gen‧e‧ra‧tion‧al /ˌɪntədʒenəˈreɪʃənəl $ -tər-/ adjective  between or involving people from different age groups intergenerational communication
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intergenerationalIt builds on work undertaken by the researcher on the first generation in Leicester, thus providing a basis for intergenerational comparison.This concern has been manifest in the debate over intergenerational conflict about access to resources.So perhaps another way to foster a more sustainable gay culture would be to create institutions that promote intergenerational interaction.The pressures of intergenerational living are compounded by climatic differences.Black leaders will refrain from hammering at the issue out of an uneasiness at speaking about intergenerational oppression.School officials say the intergenerational programs help both the children and retired people.The struggle over the calendar is also an intergenerational struggle.But once a system of intergenerational transfers exists, it is only possible to move to self-financing very slowly.The big winner in a system of intergenerational transfers is the first generation.
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