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  • n. Plural form of boomtime.

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Examples

  • "Greater Seattle" or "world-class city" syndrome to focus more on local, even micro, development, the shaping of our home, through boomtimes and busts.

    Crosscut

  • When there were boomtimes, as we saw from about 91 to 2000, technology was given the lions 'share of the credit.

    WordPress.com Top Blogs

  • For those that haven't, they have to learn the financial cost of their largesse during the boomtimes.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • The rise of "Getting Things Done" paralleled the reemergence of economic boomtimes out of the ashes of Sept. 11, 2001.

    KOLO - HomePage - Headlines

  • Rather than assessing economic performance only at a national level, as a centralized economy might, the United States has multiple layers of economic sovereignty, allowing for divergent economic models and thus divergent results in boomtimes and ...

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • What happens when homebuilding, construction, real estate and financing boomtimes end?

    Safehaven

  • This meant boomtimes in real estate, a seemingly healthy economy, further expected value increases, little incentive to save and an American cultural rush to "borrow to buy things."

    Safehaven

  • During boomtimes, there’s lots of revenue sloshing around to be spent, so projects get funded.

    Matthew Yglesias » School Construction Stimulus

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