1990s

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Noun1.1990s - the decade from 1990 to 1999
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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He also noted that public and private pension funds started the 1980's with serious underfunding problems, but by the 1990's had dramatically raised performance and become major suppliers of capital to the rest of the American economy.
As an actor, he won acclaim--and helped win an Oscar nomination for costar Bruce Davison--for his performance as Sean, who, with Davison at his side, passes away in an unforgettable deathbed sequence in 1990's Longtime Companion.
125th Street, is a historic performance space that has been used as a movie theater in the 1990's and closed its doors in 1997.
* a growing proportion of middle-income families like the proportion of families at the richest end of the spectrum all lost ground in the 1990's.
The Saudi ruling family has faced these problems since the early 1990's. Just after the Gulf War, the Saudi government had to deal with riots in its heart-land.
Actor Tony Goldwyn, who played gay brilliantly in 1990's off-Broadway hit The Sum of Us, took over Smith's role.
In addition to developing over 1,000 homes on Staten Island, many affordable condominiums and apartments, as well as several retail sites, Lee has furthered the economic development efforts of the borough through his involvement with SIEDC since its creation in the early 1990's. He serves as executive vice chairman of its board of directors.
The current shortage of nurses was the impact of health care spending cuts in the 1990's that caused 15,000 nurses to leave the profession.
The second half of the 1990's represented such a period.
In the 1990's, many of our stores were vacant because of a slow economy and inaccessibility due to major infrastructure project the City undertook.
Since 1997, when the provinces and territories began to increase health care spending to restore the cuts of the 1990's, spending has increased by almost $20 billion or 35 per cent.
The United States grew at exceptional rates in the late 1990's, but slowed sharply in 2001.