1990s


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Synonyms for 1990s

the decade from 1990 to 1999

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In the aggregate, the authors conclude, there is "evidence of a substantial increase in the pace of technological change in the latter half of the 1990s.
On average, immigrants who entered the United States between 1980 and 1990 increased per capita levels of housing occupancy and homeownership during the 1990s more rapidly than their predecessors in the 1980s.
Throughout the 1990s, many automotive suppliers paid minimal attention to profitability and focused all of their energies on growth.
During the 1990s, globalization, shifting markets and technological change reduced employment in the resources and transport sector while government fiscal problems cut public sector jobs.
Until the middle of the 1990s, North America was practically the only regional supplier of recovered paper and board onto world markets.
The 1990s marked the most tumultuous decade in the 37-year history of California's workers' compensation insurance system.
Until the 1990s, however, digital technologies lacked the power and capacity to deliver on the vision.
First, you state that the only official notification of the ABOto was a request to proceed with a subcertification process by the specialty organizations in the early 1990s.
During the 1990s, the American-led project to discover and decode all the genes in the human body focused attention on the role of genes in many diseases.
These questions were particularly timely in light of the collapse of Communism's tightly controlled, state-run economies during the early 1990s.
The sharp increase in prospective long-term rates of return on high-tech investments would not have emerged as it did in the early 1990s, and the associated surge in stock prices would surely have been largely absent.
c) Cost-of-living increases became more modest in the second half of the 1990s.
However future historians may sort out their judgments of Presley and Clinton, Marcus uses the two figures to plunge us into the 1990s and give us a feel for the decade's cultural politics and its politicized culture.
Ballinger's crimes were part of what was labelled a national epidemic of church fires in the 1990s.