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ninety

1. the cardinal number that is the product of ten and nine
2. a numeral, 90, XC, etc., representing this number
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In the nineties the pluralist group has allied itself around Transition, the official publication of the W.
And so we come to "the Nineties," a very large metaphor which is mostly empty.
However, only 7% expect new materials of any kind to be the biggest contributors to plastics' market growth in the Nineties.
Professors of American literature frequently bemoan the fact that college students of the nineties often have little knowledge of the Black Power Movement and the Second Wave of the Feminist Movement, two social interventions that define the literary commitments of many contemporary writers and shape as well our viewpoints about the social commitment of higher education.
The intimacy of ballroom dancing gives it new life in the nineties.
executive vice president, an expert in real estate finance, Palmer changed the clinic session's topic from "Surviving in the Nineties" to "Prospering in the Nineties," with a verbal road map to match.
Shehane developed his technology over the course of seventeen years, the idea for which stemmed from his experiences consulting for mining concerns while in West Africa during the mid-eighties and nineties.
This pattern was even more pronounced in the mid to late nineties than in the eighties and early nineties.
The trio of films features the classic comic pairings of Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau in THE FRONT PAGE, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in THE NAUGHTY NINETIES, and Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis in LIVING IT UP.
Larry not only is working within one of the most dynamic and premiere leaders in our industry in Liberate Technologies, but his experience dates back to the early nineties where he worked with Interactive Network as it pioneered the industry, creating major television network applications and content for the platform.