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Noun1.1990s - the decade from 1990 to 1999
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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A 'WHERE are you now' appeal has gone out to trace staff who worked at the former Swallow Hotel in Birmingham in the early 1990s.
Children enjoying a donkey ride in Rhyl in the late 1980s Undercover shopping at the White Rose centre in 1986 Max Kaye and Tim Batstone with one of the exhibits at the Knights Cavern attraction on the Promenade, based on Welsh myths and legends, in the early 1990s Thanks to George E Brookes of Denbigh for this picture.
Tokyo, June 14 ( ANI ): A new study has found that Lego characters released since the early 1990s are proportionately angrier.
CASES of intestinal disease, such as norovirus, have risen by almost 50% since the early 1990s, research shows.
Summary: A BBC radio presenter faces four counts of indecent assault, dating back to the early 1990s.
Ms Barker said: "It seems very likely that the loss of output in this recession will exceed that of the early 1990s.
With the national unemployment rate at its highest point since the early 1990s, expect the recession to be harder on commercial real estate fundamentals than during previous downturns, according to Boston-based Property & Portfolio Research Inc.
Even if the pessimists are proven to be right, it will still be less painful than the crash of the early 1990s.
The British Retail Consortium said a typical trolley-load of groceries bought today would cost 7% less in real terms than in 2000 and 15% less than in the early 1990s.
In the early 1990s he and his NDP regime in the early 1990s made a concerted effort to enshrine abortion and homosexualist principles at all levels of the provincial government.
Alan Nevin, the association's chief economist, is not alarmed by the current inventory levels even though that's how the years-long residential real estate slump started in the early 1990s.