- n. Plural form of year.
- n. colloquial, hyperbolic An unusually long time
- n. a prolonged period of time
- n. the time during which someone's life continues
- n. a late time of life
“I think the next two years – literally the next two years_ are going to determine whether this state falls apart politically and fiscally," said Democrat John Kitzhaber, who's running for a third term as governor of Oregon after an eight-year hiatus from elected office.”
“That set the stage for 24 years of Clinton-Bush-Clinton, and an arranged marraige between Chelsea and Jeb's boy, George P. George P will be 40 in 2016, and will be elected President with Chelsea as his Vice President to form a truly imperial Presidency that will span an incredible ** 44 years** once Chelsea is elected and re-elected in 2024 and 2028.”
“Knowledge…..years I think you mean the need for teachers is fast growing in the recent years right?”
“Myanmar military junta sentenced nine monks to two years 'imprisonment yahooBuzzArticleHeadline =' Myanmar military junta sentenced nine monks to two years\ 'imprisonment'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: Nine Buddhist monks in Burma face 2 years in jail since July sentence.”
“Eight years of undergraduate and three years+ of seminary leading into low paying jobs of often questionable security.”
“But here in the Natural History Museum in London is this little pair of insect jaws that was already a couple of hundred million years old when Stegosaurus first appeared -- that has endured, flimsy as it was, for _four hundred million years_ -- a ragged pair of jaws, yes, but very durable.”
“Suzi was sentenced under the Youth Corrections Act (0-6 years; eligible for parole at any time, but the sentence was later reduced to one year), and I was sentenced to one year to be served on and after the completion of my present sentence of four years .”
“Dick says he organized an aviation department there and won some kind of a prize for an improved model and in the midst of it all, Susanne, Philip's grandfather up and died, after quarreling for years and _years_ with the whole family, and left Philip _all_ his money!”
“_ This in forty-two years, the eight being subtracted from the fifty, would amount to just _six years_.”
“This in forty-two years, (the eight being subtracted from the fifty) would amount to just _six years_.”
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Protagonists and relevant words in the Book of Creation (Source: King James Bible)
Words in the Bible evoking biblical stories or with special spiritual meaning. Proper names have been reduced to the minimum.
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They went to sea in a Sieve, they did,
In a Sieve they went to sea:
In spite of all their friends could say,
On a winter's morn, on a stormy day,
In a Sieve they went to...
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by Great Big Sea.
Jenny said goodbye this afternoon
As far as I can tell
She can't bear the goodbye evenings
Or the morning-afters of farewell
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Looking for tweets for years.