- Abbreviated form of 1940s (Wiktionary)
“Granted, New York City in the 30s and 40s is great, and it is in almost every story.”
“What about back in 40s when he was just Sub-Mariner.”
“Most of the "poor" in America today are young; the median income of those in theri 30s and 40s is about $60,000/yr.”
“The number of lives that can be saved among the 22 or 23 million women in their 40s is relatively small, 1,200.”
“Some googling and a 1967 Time article tells me that Emerson Foote was a big creative in 40s and 50s (VP at McCann-Erickson starting in '51) who worked on the American Tobacco Co. account and specifically for Lucky Strike.”
“One pleasure of reaching your mid-40s is the knowledge that there is much for which you no longer need apologise.”
“Well I have that Heifetz VHS tape and it's good, though the earlier recording from the 40s is better.”
“It's often less than 50 degrees Farenheit here during late-December-through-January nights (down to the low 40s is usual), but the cold spell started about a month ago and hasn't exactly let up, although it does warm up to 60-ish during the day.”
“It’s a sad sign of our national discourse when an unmarried public servant in his or her 40s is assumed to be gay, but it is what it is.”
“I spilled a small bit of high-octane beer (the stuff they put in "40s" - my weakness) on the edge of my computer keyboard at home.”
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