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Synonyms for 1970s

the decade from 1970 to 1979

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It took a military coup in Lisbon in 1974-1975 to persuade the Portuguese to give up their colonies.
The collapse of the IRA's 1974-1975 ceasefire triggered a wave of bombings by the four men who became known as the 'Balcombe Street Gang' - Martin O'Connell, Edward Butler, Harry Duggan and Hugh Doherty.
In 1974-1975, scientists collected abdominal fat biopsies from some of the women and tracked who developed type 2 diabetes.
The last two times we had prolonged periods of structural reallocations, 1974-1975 and 1980-1983, multifactor productivity took a much bigger hit.
However events transpire, the latest economic numbers show economic output declining for three straight quarters for the first time since 1974-1975, and the steepest decline in exports since 1969.
A follow-up 1979 study by ABP/Meldrun and Fewsmith confirmed "that companies that did not cut advertising expenditures during the 1974-1975 recession experienced higher sales and net income (during those two years and the two years following) than those companies that cut in either or both recession years.
B South Mozambique) 1962 Founding Member, Frente de Libertacao de Mozambique (Front for the Liberation of Mozambique) FRELIMO 1964-1974 FRELIMO Secretary 1969-1974 Chief FRELIMO Representative in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 1974-1975 Prime Minister, Transitional Government of Mozambique 1975-1986 Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Mozambique 1986-2005 President & Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, Republic of Mozambique 2003-2005 Chair, African Union 2005-present Special Envoy, United Nations
When he finished playing in 1967, he became a committee member at Cardiff and became chairman of the club in 1974-1975.
In addition, he served in each of the then-extant officers' positions in the Society, initially as Secretary/Treasurer, 1974-1975, and then as Vice President and Secretary/Treasurer, 1975-1976, Vice President, 1976-1977, Executive Vice President, 1977-1978, President, 1978-1979, and Chairman of the Board, 1979-1980.
1971), followed in 1974-1975 by disclosure of rare liver cancers in workers (Creech and Johnson 1974; Creech and Makk 1975; Mahoni 1974, 1975; Maltoni et al.
Foot, who was married with three sons and one daughter, worked at the Daily Mirror in 1979-93 having edited the Socialist Worker between 1974-1975.
Foot, who has three sons and one daughter, worked at the Daily Mirror in 1979-93 having edited the Socialist Worker between 1974-1975.
Medical Assistance Program Fellowship, Experience in Third World Medicine, 1974-1975
1946-1947 Margret Sharp 1952-1953 Marie Johnson 1953-1954 Lillian Hoffman 1960-1961 Lois Kryger Miller 1966-1967 Merle Andrews 1969-1970 Edna Johnson 1970-1971 Myra Petrie Gress 1971-1972 Iva Coulter Zembsch 1974-1975 Frances Fox 1978-1979 Lois Mazzucchi Ballard
The period, 1974-1975, in fact, changed more than Africa.