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 n.— «The group spent seven hours Thursday at the Minneapolis Convention Center puzzling over the habits of the so-called millennial generation.…They confirmed much of Sweeney’s description of millennials. As a group, they leaned liberal, were savvy users of computers and other technology, had broad musical tastes and said being true to yourself mattered more than fitting in with a group.» —“Serving ‘millennials’ is new chapter for libraries” by Mary Jane Smetanka Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) Apr. 8, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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