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This category denotes subcategories specific to individuals who were born within the last 123 years, using the benchmark established by Jeanne Calment (February 1875–August 1997), whose lifespan of 122 years and 164 days is the longest historically-confirmed record of a lifetime.
Functioning as a maintenance category, "Births of the last 123 years" is designed to simplify checking of subcategory and category intersections with Category:Living people. Since there are no living people whose documented births occurred in the 1880s (according to the article "Oldest people", as of March 2009, the earliest-born living person dates back to 1894), Category:1880s births remains for theoretical consistency purposes only.
No individual articles should be listed in this category—only subcategories. Each decade the subcategories will be retired as needed—Category:1880s births at the attainment of 122 years and 164 days in mid-June 2012 and Category:1890s births, ten years later, in mid-June 2022. Similarly, categories specifying subsequent decades—Category:1900s births, Category:1910s births will be moved up to replace the outdated ones.
This category relates to persons who were born within the last 123 years.
This is a maintenance category that simplifies checking subcategories and category intersections with Category:Living people. Specifically, living people in this category may still reach the age of Jeanne Calment (1875-1997), the person with longest confirmed lifespan (122 years and 164 days).
No individual articles should be listed in this category — only "birth year" categories. Each year the subcategories should be retired as needed. Similarly, every recent birth year category should be included when its year has started.
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