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the decade from 1980 to 1989

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Ringwald, 46, who recently starred in TV drama 'The Secret Life of the American Teenager', is known for her 1980's hits which include 'Pretty in Pink', 'The Breakfast Club' and 'Sixteen Candles'.
Now, with styles of the 1980's becoming popular again, FannyPackAttack.
Rock 'n' Roll, for men, celebrates the classic aviator shape from the 1980's.
Catering to the traditional college age crowd, 18 to 21, the University had felt the pinch when the number of high school graduates declined precipitously in the 1980's.
However, much of this decline in poverty occurred in the first half of the 1980's.
It changed dramatically during this period and was definitely broadened by the cultural history of the 1980's and 1990's.
Lotus Esprit - remembered as James Bond's sports car in For Your Eyes Only in 1983, the Esprit embodies the bold, brash British style of the 1980's.
Lotus Esprit - remembered as James Bond's sports car in For Your Eyes Only 1983, the Esprit embodies the bold, brash British style of the 1980's.
Therefore, he suggested, what Japan most needs is to study the experience of the United States in the 1980's and early 1990's, when America restored its competitiveness.
where artists from all parts are exhibiting together and initiating intercultural dialogue, to look at the art in the 1980's implies observing one of the last periods during which the 'center' was both the platform for and the object of discussion.
And fans of vintage sleaze, take heart: Penthouse's Bob Guccione is rereleasing 1980's unapologetically trashy, pansexually explicit, X-rated Caligula, a movie whose stars Malcolm McDowell, Helen Mirren, and Peter O'Toole would probably prefer that you forgot.
By the late 1980's, over 80 percent of IHSS customers statewide were being served by individual providers.
Nonmetro outmigration exceeded immigration during the 1980's.
Even during the 1980's slowdown in global income and trade expansion, Asia's import growth remained fast relative to most other regions of the world.
Even today, after a significant "correction" to the pendulum during the 1980's, the legacy of the move toward permissiveness is clear: A general lack of respect for authority, a criminal element with little fear of swift or equitable retribution, and a citizenry that questions the capability of the criminal justice system to provide effective protection against crime.