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  • We need the new voters, we need the eighteen to thirty's to get out and vote.

    Harvey Edwards: Silence is Deadly

  • But thirty's that age when you're thinking about getting married (or thinking about getting divorced), and your career plan is pretty much set in stone, and you have been living on your own for a few years and know what it's like.

    Parenting

  • I went to the site ivankirigin listed, to calculate my BMR, but I suspect it's biased for my age--I have a lot more muscle mass now than I did in my thirty's even--and I think it calculated my BMR on the sole basis of my height, weight and age.

    The Speculist: It's a New Phil, Week 4

  • "I should not have thought it, but thirty's a boy to me, in any case!" retorted Miss Betty, making him laugh.

    The Black Moth: A Romance of the XVIII Century

  • Twenty and thirty's fifty, and twenty's seventy, and fifty's one twenty, and forty's one sixty.

    Bleak House

  • Illinois ranks in the mid thirty's in education, depending on the criteria you choose, out of fifty states.

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • Do most people in their early thirty's look at ads for wrinkle creams with interest?

    Bluepaintred

  • Security said that it arrested the two Sri Lankan, a man and a woman in their thirty's in

    Yemen Observer

  • Unlike the thirty's no bankers have thrown themselves out of windows in despair this time around - quite the opposite - the rich have got even richer.

    The Guardian World News

  • The thirty's largest net gain also came from Poland's Belchatow, up 2.5 million metric tons in 2008, while the largest percentage rise, 13.5 percent, occurred at German steelmaker ThyssenKrupp's plant in Duisburg.

    Reuters: Top News

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