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  • n. A person whose age is between thirty and thirty-nine years, inclusive; someone in his or her thirties.
  • adj. Between 30 and 39 years of age.
  • adj. Between 30 and 39 in number.


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  • A The no-name thirtysomething group of defenders was particularly sharp in the third period, when it limited quality scoring chances. - Hurricanes a win away from clinching Stanley Cup after 2-1 win over Oilers

  • She had some moments of acting glory -- part of the original cast of the hit musical "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas," roles in "L.A. Law" and "thirtysomething" -- and then hit a wall.

  • "thirtysomething" -- new mother Hope is at a business dinner and everyone, including her childless best friend is ignoring her.

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  • Nothing of the drama's revitalization via cancer would have come as any surprise to veterans of "thirtysomething," Ed Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz's long-running, long-ago creation, in which a lead character endured a bout with ovarian cancer that would make national news.

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  • In her perfect world, shows like "thirtysomething," "Party of Five" and "My So-Called Life" would still be on.

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  • What TV needs now, in these uncertain times, is dramatic characters like those of Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick ( "Once and Again," "thirtysomething") or on "Brothers and Sisters" — characters who aren't trying to save the world or plunder it, but are just trying to subsist in it.

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  • The process is sometimes sufficiently complicated to mean long delays in bringing such DVDs to market (Season one of the 22-year-old series "thirtysomething" will finally be available in August).

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  • Richard Chamberlain: The sound of King Lear pitching Eldorados, Didn't the Yuppie-angst thing die with "thirtysomething"?

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  • Not that the men ever could just flow; nope, on "thirtysomething," as in life, those talks were left to the women.

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  • Well, said the friend, the husband didn't have much to say about anything at all; he made it sound as though everything was pretty much OK. "thirtysomething" was a vehicle for changing that.

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