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- n. Plural form of ninety.
- n. The decade of the 1890s, 1990s, etc.
- n. The decade of one's life from age 90 through age 99.
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- n.pl. The decade from 1890 to 1899.
- n.pl. The decade from 1990 to 1999.
- n.pl. The time of life between ages 90 and 100.
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- n. the decade from 1990 to 1999
- n. the time of life between 90 and 100
- n. the decade from 1890 to 1899
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He also is focusing on more recent stories, as in nineties and noughties, too, which is very cool.
The entire â€œnew-economyâ€ valuation bubble of the late nineties is probably the strongest example of this policy focus.
To be unaware of Shorter's extensive touring schedule through the eighties and nineties is to be curiously uninformed about his career.
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The mariachi sound in the nineties is extremely different, with popular, classical, and pop ballads.
The challenge we face in the nineties is to determine the 'correct balance between the needs of the service and the needs and aspirations of the individual.
Then, not really singing about being a woman, but singing about gender as a possibility rather than a limitation -- the nineties was a good time to be singing about that -- that brought a really interesting crowd across all age ranges and orientations to the shows.
We all have parts of ourselves that are like a boy or like a girl, and it turned out to hit a nerve because the nineties were a time when people were saying, So, I'm wearing a dress now, but I really remember being covered with mud in a swamp and loving it.
The nineties are my memories -- memories I'm not ready to lose.
Prosperity in the nineties was a result of the Genius of Alan Greenspan, and not