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Synonyms for 1970s

the decade from 1970 to 1979

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The 1973 and 1974-1975 data were obtained from research published in 1974 (10) and 1976, (12) respectively.
If anyone can connect us with the following: 1946-1947 Margret Sharp 1952-1953 Marie Johnson 1953-1954 Lillian Hoffman 1960-1961 Lois Kryger Miller 1966-1967 Merle Andrews 1969-1970 Edna Johnson 1970-1971 Myra Petrie Gress 1971-1972 Iva Coulter Zembsch 1974-1975 Frances Fox 1978-1979 Lois Mazzucchi Ballard
The period, 1974-1975, in fact, changed more than Africa.
Sir Hughie was Governor of Western Australia in 1974-1975 but ill health forced an early retirement.
In face-to-face interviews, follow-up was conducted in 1974-1975, 1985-1986, and 1996-1997.
Dryfoos, "Abortion Need and Services in the United States, 1974-1975," Family Planning Perspectives, 8:58,1976.
Progenies from each cross were increased during the 1974-1975 growing season in the Netherlands.
It skillfully integrates patches of demographic data from colonial and national archives with material generated by a 1974-1975 National Migration Survey conducted in what was then known as Upper Volta to paint a convincing portrait of Burkinabe labor migration in the twentieth century.
At its commercial zenith (1974-1975), glitter shone through nearly every genre of pop.
I would love to hear from Isabel Johnston (nee Little), originally from 80 Braeside Street, Maryhill, Glasgow, who moved to North Carolina between 1974-1975. - B.
For the period from 1974-1975 to 1994-1995, this index is the Pollard drug index, with the base year shifted from 1974-1975 to 1989-90; from 1960-1961 to 1974-1975, it is the medical and health services index, with the 1974-1975 value shifted from 0.118 to 0.336.