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    high Seventies

    Hi

    When somebody says that the decor was high Seventies does it mean that it resembled the decor of mid seventies???


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    Re: high Seventies

    It means that the decor is exactly what it would have been like during the 1970s (whatever that is - to me it is what is normal. I saw my cooker in an exhibition devoted to decor of the 1970s. Mine still works perfectly well.)

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    Re: high Seventies

    I see, so it doesn't say that it is either the beginning or the end of the seventies, just 1970s. Thanks.


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    Re: high Seventies

    Maybe something like "right in the middle" or on the peak of the 70ies, when they were the most typical.

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