mid-seventies


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Related to mid-seventies: Vietnam War, 1970's, The Seventies
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Noun1.mid-seventies - the time of life between 70 and 80mid-seventies - the time of life between 70 and 80  
time of life - a period of time during which a person is normally in a particular life state
eld, geezerhood, old age, years, age - a late time of life; "old age is not for sissies"; "he's showing his years"; "age hasn't slowed him down at all"; "a beard white with eld"; "on the brink of geezerhood"
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According to the CSJ working into your mid-seventies has multiple benefits, including enhancing the health and wellbeing of an individual.
In the mid-sixties and until the mid-seventies, television entertainment was at its peak.
The women ranged in age from late twenties to mid-seventies. Fortunately for them, and unfortunately for the criminal suspect, one of the ladies retrieved her handgun and fired at the man, hitting him in the chest.
'As we get over our mid-seventies, we can say with all sense of modesty that we should celebrate every birthday anniversary with prayers in order for us to thank Allah for all the blessings and the bounties He showered upon us.
Former French international in mid-seventies and eighty, Alain Giresse (66 years) had trained the French clubs of Toulouse and PSG as well as the Moroccan club of FAR and Georgia.
When my mother died in the mid-seventies, her only extant portrait took on a greater significance.
Nihal Singh, a trenchant critic of the Emergency in the mid-seventies and equally of the Modi government, died on Monday following illness.
The mid-seventies offered a boom for film business.
Dubbed the world's greatest heavy metal band, Iron Maiden has released 38 albums since forming in the mid-seventies.
The trainer also had some big paydays at Hamilton with Super Scot before he handed in his licence in the mid-seventies to concentrate on farming.
THE WESTBOUND SINGLES 1969 - 1975 (ACE) One of the most popular soul trios of their time, both at home in the USA and here in the UK, where they toured frequently, the Detroit Emeralds' Westbound singles maintained a constant presence on the soul and pop charts on both sides of the pond until the mid-Seventies, when the original group split up.
The 'classic' line-up of Ritchie Blackmore (guitars), Jon Lord (keyboards), Ian Paice (drums), Roger Glover (bass) and Ian Gillan (vocals), dominated the album charts of the early to mid-Seventies.