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heyday

An earlier time period in which something was very popular. For example, "the CP/M operating system had its heyday in the 1980s." Pronounced "hay-day."
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We are honored to publish this impeccably researched, delightfully literary, and rollickingly lively journey into California's political history," said Malcolm Margolin, Publisher, Heyday.
In their heyday Harry Shaw's had up to a hundred coaches going to various corners of the country - but since 1985 it has changed.
FLASHBACK: Sedric Bell leads the way during his heyday
Employers should treat with caution, however, reports which suggest the Heyday challenge has reached the end of the line and UK compulsory retirement rules are safe.
Heyday's clients are exclusively in the agriculture sector, so the merger gives The Marketing Den more representation and expertise in that market, and The Marketing Den will provide Heyday with the expanded creative, strategic, media and online resources they require to service those clients.
Forget buying socks or a woolly sweater and instead get them membership to Heyday, a membership organisation for Baby Boomers(x) which offers great savings on books, holidays, music CDs and much more.
Following a steady decline since its heyday servicing bustling trade on the Singapore river, and an unsuccessful conventional gentrification of the heritage site in the 1980s, Alsop was appointed in 2002 with a brief to rejuvenate the three-hectare diamond shaped site.
And the closer, "Feed Your Mind," recalls the carefree baggy-pants-and-MDMA heyday of late-'80s British rave.
But the research for new organisation Heyday found 64% of them said it was 'impossible' to get a new job within 10 years of retirement, because employers didn't recognise the expertise and aspirations of the 'baby boomer' generation.
Executives at start-up companies wistfully reminisce about the dot-com heyday, when venture-funding deals were scrawled on cocktail napkins or closed on a handshake.
A recent article in Smithsonian magazine described the resurgence of the age-old construction method, which enjoyed a millennia-long heyday before standardized lumber led to its decline in the mid-l9th century.
From the outside, we commented, BPI looks a lot like Capital Publications did during its heyday, some 20 years ago.