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Synonyms for 1970s

the decade from 1970 to 1979

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The label has tapped into the editorial '70s imagery for inspiration and has re-launched the vintage Kabel font logo.
r The hot piece to have this season, also inspired by the '70s, is flares, which were super-present on international catwalks.
They all set a unique fashion trend that was confined solely to the '70s. Or so everyone thought.
Alan Dawson, a 46-year-old postman from Middlesbrough, said: "The '70s for the music and television."
when you realize that you're thinking of the '70s? How good things were in the '70s?
He was a spiritual godfather both to the Homebrew Computer Club of the '70s that gave rise to the Apple personal computer and to Wired's libertarian techno-optimism of the '90s; in-between, he helped launch an early and extremely influential computer bulletin board, The WELL (Whole Earth 'Lectronic Link).
But he says the '70s heyday, exemplified by the film, was for the people and not the players.
This collection could be seen as a trip back to the weird world of the '70s and '80s, a coming-of-age story or a self-analysis of the path of a developing writer.
This revived interest in a TBBPA derivative (Great Lakes' PE-68), which had been around since the '70s.
1970" was the latest installment in a string of exhibitions dealing with the '60s and '70s, many focused on Conceptual art: "L'Art conceptuel, une perspective" (Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1989); "1965-1975: Reconsidering the Object of Art" (Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 1995); "Global Conceptualism: Points of Origin, 1950s-1980s" (Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 1999); and "Live in Your Head: Concept and Experiment in Britain, 1965-75" (Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, 2000).
How did you keep your nutsack from hanging out of those '70s shorts you had to wear?
Members of Blondie, Devo, and the Go-Go's numbered among their fans, yet during their original mid '70s run Mumps cut only two independent singles, including the chugging classic "Crocodile Tears." (According to legend, the band blew a big record deal when Lance declined to blow a big record executive.) Like their Los Angeles counterparts Sparks, the group was ahead of its time--smart-mouthed, vintage suit--wearing bon vivants in an era of safety pins, leather jackets, and art school dropouts.
Looking back on the '70s, we find the holster industry was stuck in a wagon rut, rolling along smoothly but unable to make a turn.
At least in the First World, people have the impression that liberation theology is kind of passe, something from the '70s and '80s.