age bracket


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Noun1.age bracket - a group of people having approximately the same ageage bracket - a group of people having approximately the same age
people - (plural) any group of human beings (men or women or children) collectively; "old people"; "there were at least 200 people in the audience"
aged, elderly - people who are old collectively; "special arrangements were available for the aged"
youth, young - young people collectively; "rock music appeals to the young"; "youth everywhere rises in revolt"
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age bracket

nAltersklasse f, → Altersstufe f
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Barring these errors, the fierceness in his approach was apparent and this approach enabled him to continue as a leader in age bracket under 21 years.
25, series of 2017, they will be receiving P3,000, P4,000 and P5,000, depending on their age bracket (60-69; 70-79; and 80 and above, respectively).
In October, 63% of suicides or suicide attempts were observed among the 26 to 35 age bracket, whereas in September the highest rate (49%) was recorded among the 36 to 45 age bracket, followed by the 26 to 35 bracket which registered 34% of cases.
Women between the ages of 45-54 are more likely than any other female age bracket to be members of the mile high club, while men between ages 35-44 are more likely than any other male age bracket.
The study, however, found that women account for 72 percent of master's degree holders in the 20 to 24-year age bracket, showing promise among young female graduates.
We also know that nearly one in ten breast cancer diagnoses occur in women who are in the 70-74 age bracket, yet less than one in five women in this age group participate in the breast screen program.
Gold winners in senior age bracket include Farzan Ashourzadeh, Mehdi Khodabakhshi and Ahmad Mohammadi while silver medalist in the same category is Aboulfazl Yaqoubi.
What you wear should be about you, your lifestyle and what you''re comfortable with, not constrained by an age bracket.
During the same period, there has been a significant growth in the number of Omani women giving birth from the age of 25 years upwards, with women in the 25 to 29 years age bracket registering 20,214 births in 2009 against the 2012 total of 23,169, while women in the 30 to 34 age bracket registered 14,363 newborns in 2009 versus the 2012 total of 17,589.
Over the same period, the number in the 18-24 age bracket is down 28 per cent, from 760 to 545.
People in the 16 to 24-yearold age bracket are likely to spend 11 to 20 hours online, while those between the age of 35 and 40 are likely to spend less than four hours on the net.
Some 33% of women aged between 25 and 29 are not taking up the offer of tests, even though they are in the age bracket most likely to get cervical cancer.