Did you by any chance mean halcyon?
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“Ask Jeeves—or at least, check out the search engine's initial public offering, back in the halycon days of July 1999.”
“This in conjunction with cut welfare should go a long way to turning the clock back to those halycon days.”
“Back in his halycon days of the inauguration, of course, Obama graced Marvel's Spider-Man No. 583, a coveted issue that rang up record sales.”
“Whatever must the comrades at the TUC conference be thinking, choking on their beer and sandwiches as they hear Gordon Brown's brain proclaim that the halycon days are over?”
“How far it had fallen since those halycon White House Days being followed by 20 MSM types..”
“While most of its brethren from the halycon days of the 1990s are mere footnotes, echoes of the Internet bubble popping, the company nears its 10th anniversary as successful as ever.”
“Yes, but of course, we in this country have sadly gone from the halycon days of having governments and elected *cough* Prime Ministers who actually had some scruples concerning freedom of the individual to the government of the day, beholden as it is to a terrifying communitarian ideology whose only logical outcome, becoming actualised more and more every day, is an absolute socialist nightmare.”
“Poor old lefties - they just miss the halycon days of the revolution, but after the poll tax riots it all just faded away.”
“I can even remember the halycon days of lighting up in NYC pubs!”
“For all we rely on plastic surgery, if this is the best those docs can make Paris Hilton* look then plastic surgery's halycon days are still far off.”
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