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Synonyms for 1970s

the decade from 1970 to 1979

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He served in a number of positions in the San Francisco Chapter, including Treasurer during the 1973-1974.
Wherever possible, the findings of the present study will be compared with those of my 1973-1974 study.
Looking back, after the bear market of 1973-1974 the NASDAQ rose 159% during 1976-1980 compared to rise of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Of the 12 quarters worse than Bush's most recent one, 6 belong to Truman in 1951-1952, 4 belong to Nixon during the Watergate era of 1973-1974, and 2 to Jimmy Carter during the energy crisis in mid-1979.
He was selected team captain and most valued player of his football team for the 1973-1974 season, and he went on to play a year of college football at Albany State University.
ASI) in 1985; Sales Rep/Marketing Manager, Nuclear Medical Laboratories, 1977-1985; Sales, Pharmacia, Canada, 1974-1977; Biochemist, Research Laboratory, Medical School Department, University of Alberta, 1973-1974
High world oil prices brought on by the oil price shocks after the oil embargo of 1973-1974 and the Iranian revolution in 1979 caused a significant reduction in the use of oil for electricity generation.
Colorado tick fever: clinical, epidemiologic, and laboratory aspects of 228 cases in Colorado in 1973-1974.
KEEPING THE DUCKS ON TRACK Oregon's track and field coaches over the years Men Women Bill Hayward 1904-1947 Lois Youngen 1972 John Warren 1948 Ron Brinkert 1973-1974 Bill Bowerman 1949-1972 Bob Ritson 1975-1976 Bill Dellinger 1973-1998 Tom Heinonen 1977-2003 Martin Smith 1999-2005 Martin Smith 2004-2005 Vin Lananna 2005- Vin Lananna 2005- U O t r a c k a n d f i e l d Kevin Clark / The Register-Guard George Walcott (left) has some fun with new Oregon track and field and cross country coach Vin Lananna at Hayward Field on Wednesday.
He wrote in with: John Craggs, 1964-1971 and 1982-1983; Terry Hibbitt, 1971-1975 and 1978-1981; Terry McDermott, 1973-1974 and 1982-1984; Mark McGhee, 1977-1979 and 1989-1991; Peter Beardsley, 1983-1987 and 1993-1997; Tommy Wright, 1988-1993 and 1999; Robbie Elliott, 1990-1997 and 2001-present.
The legislation authorizing CAFE was enacted in 1975, following the 1973-1974 Arab oil embargo.
That compares to a threefold price jump over a few months in the winter of 1973-1974, during the Arab oil embargo after the Yom Kippur war.
Bill Hutchison's leadership and communications talents soon became obvious within the GAC, and in 1973-1974, he served as the GAC's 26th President.
Kornhauser jammed with Rosebud from 1973-1974, although the band managed to go on without him for 12 years after that.