mid-forties


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Noun1.mid-forties - the time of life between 40 and 50mid-forties - the time of life between 40 and 50  
time of life - a period of time during which a person is normally in a particular life state
adulthood, maturity - the period of time in your life after your physical growth has stopped and you are fully developed
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With the already disclosed manufacturing and SG&A cost reduction initiatives, we are on track to achieve mid-forties Non GAAP EBITDA margin by 2020.
The victim was identified as Ayman Zaki Sanad, a man in his mid-forties.
In general, hot daytime weather conditions will continue with maximum temperatures exceeding mid-forties over some areas, especially central and eastern areas.
Irish police confirmed a man in his mid-forties was arrested at around noon.
We are not expecting a decrease in temperatures anytime soon, they will remain in the mid-forties," added the spokesman.
In this newest novel to feature this protagonist, Caffery, now in his mid-forties, has never married or had children, and here is growing philosophical, thinking back to more innocent times.
They were in their mid-forties and they had parents and grandparents in their seventies and nineties visiting as well as a baby grandchild.
Eilish, Brendan O'Carroll's sister, was married twice and had two grown-up sons before she fell in love with her friend in her mid-forties.
In a later air raid, a 14-year-old girl and a man in his mid-forties suffered injuries when an Israeli warplane bombed a populated area near Al-Farouq Mosque in Azzeitoun neighborhood to the Southeast of Gaza City.
I took up power walking in my early 20s and I organised and took part in several sponsored walks in my thirties but I was in my mid-forties before I seriously took up power walking again.
This is especially worrying in our offshore operations as the average age of our workers is mid-forties and in some areas fifties," Harvey says.
They also offer hope for future work from a writer who has not quite reached his mid-forties.

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