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Noun1.1990s - the decade from 1990 to 1999
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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As TB case rates continue to decrease, along with concern about nosocomial transmission, more unboosted health-care workers will enter the workforce, setting the stage for pseudo-outbreaks similar to those in the 1980s and 1990s (13).
The Generation Game 1980s A chance to go for the car Play Your Cards Right 1990s OK dollies, do your dealing Play Your Cards Right 1990s And here they are, they're so appealing' Play Your Cards Right Higher, lower Play Your Cards Right 1990s Brucie Bonus Play Your Cards Right 1990s Do you wanna bet on it?
Table 1 of this article incorrectly inverted the numbers of animals in the control group and in the 1990s Primate group, listing them as 12 and 16, respectively.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- There is a fierce debate being revived currently in Turkey over a controversial type of car that used to be associated with the extrajudicial killings of Kurds in the Kurdish-dominated Southeast in the 1990s.
In fact, the effect of city population size in attracting college grads was nearly four times as large in the 2000s as it was in the 1990s.
Fifty Fashion Looks That Changed the 1990s comes from The Design Museum, the leading museum devoted to modern design from furniture to fashion.
A COVENTRY man who raped and sexually abused two children in the 1990s was yesterday jailed for 12 years.
It reported that the fatal accident rate in 2009 was the best ratio ever recorded and noted that flying is "now about twice as safe as in the 1990s.
Ricketts SA and Guernsey BE School-based health centers and the decline in black teen fertility during the 1990s in Denver, Colorado, American Journal of Public Health, 2006, 96(9):1588-1592.
Collaboration between Yokohama and Bandag, a global leader in retreading systems and services for truck and bus tires, began with joint marketing activities in the United States in the 1990s and has included similar activities in some countries in Europe since the late 1990s.
He brings some important historical perspective to this argument: As an ambassador and official at the Dayton peace talks, he also had a first-hand view of the breakup of Yugoslavia in the 1990s, and he suggests that the dissolution of Iraq has the same kind of inevitability to it.
Leon van Schaik's new book* is provocatively titled Design City Melbourne and as soon as you get inside it, the provocation makes itself quite clear: he reminds us that Graz was 'hot' in the 1970s, Barcelona in the 1980s, the Dutch Randstadt in the 1990s.