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no thing; not anything

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Some books from the aughts did make theoretical arguments for new reforms, but those reforms have not been embraced by policymakers, at least not yet.
But a closer look at the current tech company expansion in New York shows it to be more restrained than what was seen in the early aughts.
Life Coaches In the aughts, there was a coach for everything
Back then, in the aughts, when Kim was living in San Francisco and shooting shows, street scenes, and wasted adventurings with the band Girls, you could have landed in any major city and found dozens like her: In Toronto, where I lived, we used Kodak Fun Savers and Yashicas to.
After the financial crisis of 2008, the country, which has a long tradition going back to the early nineteenth century of tightly regulating the financial system, decided to call the grand experiment in financial deregulation of the 1980s, '90s, and aughts to a halt.
As the writer/director/star of one of the defining indie films of the aughts, Braff has built up a resume that would seem to exempt him from the need to pass a hat around for his next movie.
By the aughts, he had arrived at a position that at times might be summed up as, "There is no hope for a happy ending; just enjoy whatever moments you can of the journey.
But as Ron Lieber pointed out in a recent column in The New York Times, all was not for naught in the aughts decade.
It's not the aughts, it's not the double zeros, it's nothing.
But until the real estate bust of the late aughts, strip malls and subdivisions threatened to surround the battlefield, a national park visited by nearly a million tourists every year.
While the artist has received a good deal of exposure over the past three decades, particularly in Canada, it was interesting to envision this show as taking stock of how, as we sober up from our participatory binge of the aughts, Adams's work reads now, particularly as an exemplary form of process-based practice.
They came off looking like a model of the perfect American family--an Ozzie and Harriet for the aughts.
A heavily anticipated appearance by cover star Juicy J made for a line around the block and an extra-packed room, but Budweiser kept us cool and refreshed as we chatted over a smooth selection of aughts hip-hop gems from DJ Ryan Hemsworth.
Her journey to television producer and new on-camera talent comes through a storied career as the colounder, with Chris Lighty, of Violator Management, the firm boasting the strongest hip-hop roster in the late Vos and early aughts, including Busta Rhymes, LL Cool J and Missy Elliot (whom Scott-Young still manages today).