- n. The decade from 1950 to 1959. Also known as the 50s.
- n. the decade from 1950 to 1959
“There are different life cycles for different kinds of pipes, and this replacement of the couplings from the 1950s is an example of that kind of program," Kane said.”
“The aesthetic of the 1950s is also one of restraint as compared with today, with an emphasis on elegance rather than power or sexiness.”
“A middle-class middle-England village in the 1950s is the setting for this controlled, insightful first novel, in which husbands commute to work in the city, depressed wives begin the cocktail hour earlier each day and domestic violence occurs in homes with impeccably manicured lawns. ....”
“Or's subtle unraveling of the scenes behind an arranged Chinatown marriage in the 1950s is a study in generational differences and in the efficiency of clean, solid storytelling.”
“Grove's account of life in Hungary in the 1950s is a vivid picture of a tumultuous period in world history.”
“Senator Joseph McCarthy saved our country in the early 1950s from the threat of Soviet style communism.”
“Senator Joseph McCarthy almost destroyed our country in the early 1950s from the imagined threat of Soviet style communism.”
“The atmosphere of the 1950s is brilliantly conveyed and I love his writing style, so clean and crisp and economic.”
“The new musical set in 1950s Memphis dance clubs picked up four prizes including best musical, orchestration, and music, which went to Bon Jovi keyboard player David Bryan.”
“A stunning and darkly romantic crime novel set in 1950s apartheid South Africa, featuring Detective Emmanuel Cooper -- a man caught up in a time and place where racial tensions and the raw hunger for power make life very dangerous indeed.”
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