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- n. Plural form of year.
- n. An unusually long time
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- n. a prolonged period of time
- n. the time during which someone's life continues
- n. a late time of life
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"I think the next two years – literally the next two years_ are going to determine whether this state falls apart politically and fiscally," said Democrat John Kitzhaber, who's running for a third term as governor of Oregon after an eight-year hiatus from elected office.
That set the stage for 24 years of Clinton-Bush-Clinton, and an arranged marraige between Chelsea and Jeb's boy, George P. George P will be 40 in 2016, and will be elected President with Chelsea as his Vice President to form a truly imperial Presidency that will span an incredible ** 44 years** once Chelsea is elected and re-elected in 2024 and 2028.
Knowledge…..years I think you mean the need for teachers is fast growing in the recent years right?
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Eight years of undergraduate and three years+ of seminary leading into low paying jobs of often questionable security.
But here in the Natural History Museum in London is this little pair of insect jaws that was already a couple of hundred million years old when Stegosaurus first appeared -- that has endured, flimsy as it was, for _four hundred million years_ -- a ragged pair of jaws, yes, but very durable.
Suzi was sentenced under the Youth Corrections Act (0-6 years; eligible for parole at any time, but the sentence was later reduced to one year), and I was sentenced to one year to be served on and after the completion of my present sentence of four years .
Dick says he organized an aviation department there and won some kind of a prize for an improved model and in the midst of it all, Susanne, Philip's grandfather up and died, after quarreling for years and _years_ with the whole family, and left Philip _all_ his money!
_ This in forty-two years, the eight being subtracted from the fifty, would amount to just _six years_.
This in forty-two years, (the eight being subtracted from the fifty) would amount to just _six years_.