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kuhn tem puh re reez

  • n  all the people living at the same time or of approximately the same age
  • n  a person of nearly the same age as another
News & Articles

  • Second-Hand Hearts
    Skip It THE MOVIE: Hal Ashby was part of the great wave of American directors who redefined cinema in the 1970s. Like most of his contemporaries, his output was as erratic as his personal life, and both were a reflection of the times. Whenever you watch a Hal Ashby film--be it The Last Detail or Harold and Maude or Being There --you never get the sense that he ever did anything less than pursue ...
    June 17, 2013 - DVD Talk
  • Grading Bernanke's Fed
    Fed chairmen may be loved or hated by their contemporaries, but history sometimes tells a different story.        
    June 15, 2013 - The Motley Fool
  • Beryl Hughes challenges assumptions about Shakespeare’s life
    ‘Shakespeare’s Friends Revealed’ offers new evidence about Bard’s contemporaries. (PRWeb June 14, 2013) Read the full story at
    June 15, 2013 - PRWeb

  • Jack Nicholson in My46
    On falling in love again Nicholson said: "Who would not want to? I don't know how it is with women, but I know this about men: men behave worse when there are not women in their lives. In fact, one of the things I get from my contemporaries, in an...
  • Francine Prose in Washington Post
    I graduated from college (Radcliffe) in 1968,the 58-year-old Prose explained with a laugh during a recent telephone interview with The Associated Press. "And, while many of my contemporaries seem to have become right-wing nuts, that hasn't...
  • Bono in Lincolnshire Echo
    Bono said: "We see ourselves as contemporaries of bands like Coldplay, Kings Of Leon, Interpol - and even Girls Aloud. We have been doing this a long time but I still get the same nerves about releasing an album as I did in the early days."

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