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GLOSSARY AFB OUR ECM EF FEC HED HOCC LCM Age at first birth Amount of time in a union between the 30th birthday and the survey date Early child mortality, consisting of deaths to children that occur before mothers reach age 30 Early fertility, consisting of births before mothers reach age 30 EF*HOCC Interaction between early fertility and husband occupation Self-reported fecundability (= 1 when respondents report no trouble having children; 0 otherwise) Education of current husband Occupation of current husband Later child mortality, consisting of deaths after mothers reach age 30 Contraceptive use pattern Later fertility, consisting of births after mothers reach age 30 Number of marriages or unions Current residence LOU LF NMAR RES RESC SOB SOB *HOCC SCB*WED SCG WBM WED WSM Respondent childhood residence Sufficiency of boys at mother's 30th birthday (= 1 when respondents have two living boys; 0 otherwise) Interaction between boy sufficiency and husband occupation Interaction Sufficiency between boy suf f lo iency and respondent education of girls at mother's 30th birthday (= 1 when respondents have one living girl; 0 otherwise) Work experience in the modern sector before marriage Respondent education Work experience in modern sector since first marriage 121

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