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Noun1.1990s - the decade from 1990 to 1999
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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'90's; since then both the amount of his production and its quality have fallen off.
During the late 80's and early 90's values fell; and some buyers who paid 12 times rents, even in Manhattan, lost buildings.
Coming off the fast-paced real estate market of the mid to late 90's that was fueled by the productivity, growth and expansion of corporate America coupled with interest rates beginning their fall, the downturn has been formidable and the resultant impact quite strong.
Arriving just in time from the defense laboratories of the 90's a broad range of commercial security applications are now available for immediate or soon-to-come installation.
Whenever there was a slowdown in the private arena, as occurred during the "downfall" of the early '90's, the slack was taken up by the public sector.
The unemployment rate is creating elasticity in the labor force which is allowing companies to retain experienced workers at rates which they could not afford in the 90's. The growing budget deficit is providing the foundation for a new economic expansion.
She" pointed out also that while the tremendous overbuilding of the 70s and 80s precipitated the real estate recession of the early 90's, today's low yacancy rates augur well for the present market.
Three of the four main factors leading to the deficit -- 9-11, the Wall Street recession and "living too high in the 90's"--are in the past, but the fourth factor -- the $10 billion in taxes New York sends to Albany and Washington every year -- is one that can be addressed now and remedied, Miller asserted.
decided to leave Wall Street in the early 90's since commercial real estate was becoming more hospitable to women.
Louloudes, A.R.T./New York's executive director, says "The boom economy of the 90's made previously affordable office space out of the range of most of our members.
In the 90's neighborhood, the turnover rate declined from 3.6% in 2001 to 1.7% in 2002.
Trends come and go and 90's fashion definitely had its fair share of naysayers - only to come back decades later in all its grunge, rebellious glory.