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As the leading edge of the boomer generation reaches the traditional retirement age of 65, nonprofits and communities should be poised to take advantage of this extraordinary wave of human capital that has the potential to transform our nation," said Dr.
It is a phenomenon and you are carried along in this extraordinary wave of energy.
The January 25 Revolution was not only an unprecedented historic moment for all Egyptians, but the months following the revolution witnessed a spirit of change of unity and an extraordinary wave of people wanting to give back and lend their support especially in the area of education.
Byline: EXAMINER A DEFIANT Michael Martin is fighting for his position as Commons Speaker in the face of an extraordinary wave of anger over his handling of the MPs' expenses scandal.
Built in 1958 as part of the extraordinary wave of school construction led by the visionary Philip Hiss, Riverview was Rudolph's first major commission in Florida.
The result has been an extraordinary wave of patriotism and the old Belfast ground is set to rock at the weekend as it will be filled to near-capacity.
The threat to the popular Fiddle & Bone last autumn generated an extraordinary wave of public support to which The Birmingham Post was pleased to add its voice.
The co-hosts are riding an extraordinary wave of confidence, which should wash away Turkey in Miyagi on Tuesday.