"thirties" French translation
(One-hundred-and-thirty-seventh session, 15-18 November 2005, agenda item 3.3.
C. Sessions of working groups up to the thirty-eighth session of the Commission
Item 2: Adoption of the report of the thirty-eighth session of the Working Group
Item 2: Adoption of the report of the thirty-ninth session of the Working Group
Report of the Trade and Development Board on its thirty-third executive session
Synonyms (English) for "thirty":
Context sentences for "thirties" in French
They were resettled there, forcibly in some cases, in 1927 and in the early thirties.
He was of Maltese and Swedish parentage and was brought up in the Rome of the thirties.
On average, women are now well into their thirties when they give birth to their first child.
During the thirties when I was a boy he decided to raise sheep.
That was during the "dirty thirties," and much of rural Newfoundland's population was impoverished.
They are both in their late thirties and employed full time.
Arthur Tremblay grew up in the Saguenay region during the Depression era, in the thirties.
The Republic of Korea is launching a campaign for creating a healthy sex culture for men in their twenties and thirties.
In the age group of the under-thirties, women and men are equally likely to be managers.
The result demonstrates that the majority of sex offenders involved in child prostitution are in their twenties and thirties.
There was a massive Montenegrin liberation movement, whose activities continued through the twenties and into the thirties.
Let us be clear that the magnitude of this crisis is surpassed in this century only by the Great Depression of the dirty thirties.
The average age and the median age of those accused of either type of offence were early to mid thirties. However, as indicated in
They are both in their thirties and they have both decided to stay in Albania: they could earn much more abroad, but they are staying.
a man in his late thirties
to be in one's early thirties
It is no longer possible to assume that the free market can get everything right, as witness the depression of the Twenties and Thirties.
in the early thirties
to be in one's middle thirties
Many can still remember the heart break of the Dirty Thirties when the parched prairie topsoil literally blew away.
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