twenties


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the time of life between 20 and 30

the decade from 1920 to 1929

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In my twenties, I have learned that there are battles worth fighting in life, especially if these battles include self-development, self-care, and self-actualization.
Her characterizations of the literate housewives, the journalists who wrote for the magazines, and, most significantly, the confessional articles written by ordinary female readers breaks new ground in our understanding of twenties Japanese women.
The six-disc set from Warner Home Video (WHV) will include "The Public Enemy," "White Heat," "Angels with Dirty Faces," "Little Caesar," "The Petrified Forest" and "The Roaring Twenties.
During the late nineteenth century, men typically did not leave the homes of their parents unless they were in their mid-twenties, and more than half of the Chicago men in their late twenties remained unmarried.
Homage to the Swedish Ballet 1920-1925," Murray Louis's re-creation of four ballets from the early twenties based on sketches of the original costumes, was a feast for the eyes.