Some articles on years, year:
... during the armed conflict in 2001 by Judge Vangelica and sentenced to three and a half years in jail ... Metodi Stamboliski was jailed for three and a half years, and two defense ministry officials and the manager of a state-owned metal company Aco Gjurcevski, Nelko Menkinovski and Mitre ...
... The presidential term has been set at five years since 1988, six years since 1993, seven years since 1999, two years since 2007 and five years since 2008 till ... It was previously four years from 1948 to 1971 and seven years from 1971 to 1988 ...
... of bachelors degree programs, taking an additional year to complete ... Most bachelors degrees take three years to complete, with some notable exceptions such as Medicine taking five years ... Often students can initially enroll in a 4 year program then leave after three years and be awarded a bachelors degree ...
... Badham is the older brother (by 13 years) of Mary Badham, Oscar-nominated for To Kill a Mockingbird ... acting credits preceded John's film/television credits by several years ... former wife is veteran model Jan Speck, 15 years his junior, of The New Treasure Hunt fame ...
... Winner (in bold) Category Recipient Worst Razzie Loser of Our First 25 Years Arnold Schwarzenegger (with 8 nominations total, including 1 in 2004) Kim Basinger (with 7 nominations total) Angelina Jolie (with 7 ...
More definitions of "years":
- (noun): The time during which someone's life continues.
Example: "In his final years"
Famous quotes containing the word years:
“He is not very tallyet for his years hes tall.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“A girl in the middle years also becomes more centered in her soul-life, the feelings of her heart, and she needs our guidance to learn to express her uniqueness, those small seeds that will someday sprout into gifts, talents, and resources.”
—Jeanne Elium (20th century)
“a voice still so hollow
That it seems to call out to me from forty years ago,
When you were all aglow,
And not the thin ghost that I now frailly follow!”
—Thomas Hardy (18401928)