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Noun1.1950s - the decade from 1950 to 19591950s - the decade from 1950 to 1959  
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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On May 3rd 6:30 pm GBDC Entrepreneurship Institute, a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization will host an after work party at Ellie's 50's Diner in Delray Beach, Florida, that takes guests back in time to experience the 50's.
However, since the recession, the over 50's have gained the most economically, but recent job growth has been of more benefit to the millennial generation, meaning those born after 1980.
The 2016 Summer collections being shown across the world now have brought back traditional colours, a range of unexpected accessories, 50's inspired shirts and curiously, overalls.
I can dance in a 50's Rock 'n Roll style WHAT IS YOUR THEME TUNE?
It was metalled from the front gate up to the sea wall and although there wasn't much traffic in the 50's I was not allowed to ride my bike on it unsupervised.
Modern Nightclub set for persons in college all the way through there 50's.
Sweethearts Stanley and Christine Buck first set eyes on each other at a crowded 50's coffee shop and wed two years later.
Shropshire-based Missy Chango's, an online retail outlet dedicated to alternative clothing with a particular focus on burlesque and 50's pin-up fashion, was launched last week by entrepreneur Em Eato, to an enthusiastic reception from shoppers all over the country and abroad.
FROM May 12-18 over 7,000 customers and staff of Saga Holidays, the company specialising in travel for the over 50's, will walk over 7,000 miles; the equivalent from Kent to Kathmandu, in a fundraising event supporting the Saga Charitable Trust.
I know the Quebec of the 50's and the 60's quite well, because I experienced it, and I know that in those years life was already being drained out of the people's traditions and culture.
Growing in the 1820's and 30's, waning in the 40's, and regaining strength in the 50's when slavery polarized the nation, the American Colonization Society movement stumbled in its initial goal of colonizing free blacks and its efforts to encourage voluntary and gradual emancipation.
The mission statement of the newly reincarnated newsletter (12x, $99/year) reads: "Independent Living Over 50's sole mission is to strengthen your health, financial freedom, security, privacy and prosperity in today's rapidly changing economy and challenging legal/regulatory environment.