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  • n. Plural form of heyday.


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  • In point of fact, I am pretty sure that thosewho reaped huge financial gains during the heydays will be the least affected by the failure of their institutions because they had already reaped all their profits and excessive bonuses and, in many case, have already left those institutions.

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  • Businesswoman Alice Olabisi nostalgically recalls the heydays of Nigeria's railway network, when trains ran on schedule and were affordable.

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  • Anusmaran 2010 will provide a wonderful evening to rekindle old memories amongst the alumni, re-calling the heydays at IIMB and bringing the IIMB community of alumni, students and faculty together

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  • There were still plenty of the mental mutants obsessing eternally over their numerical alchemies on character sheets, but for me to call the heydays of 3e (and even 3.5 despite it’s late appearance) anything short of a renaissance of roleplaying interest would be false.

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  • In Amtrak's "heydays" the Geyman boys would broadcast from that site chatting with passengers as they waited to board the train.

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  • Those were the heydays of the CIA, when we thought we could go around the world and pick our own governments.

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  • While the crisis may have begun in New York, it will likely find its fullest bloom in the interior of the country — in older, manufacturing regions whose heydays are long past and in newer, shallow-rooted Sun Belt communities whose recent booms have been fueled in part by real-estate speculation, overdevelopment, and fictitious housing wealth.

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  • And more people are reading Post journalism now than they have ever before, more than in the heydays of Watergate or since.

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  • Alwin Nikolais's and Erick Hawkins's companies, to name but two troupes with heydays in the latter half of the 20th century, are no more.

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  • While river herring had their commercial heydays up until the 1970s, they are more likely to be caught now as bait for your lobster dinner or inadvertently scooped up by fishermen seeking out squid, AKA calamari, or by factory trawlers seeking Atlantic herring, the "herring" you usually find in cans on supermarket shelves.

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