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in (one's) heyday

In, at, or during the period of one's greatest success, power, vigor, etc. In my heyday as a stock broker, I was making millions of dollars each year, but when the economy crashed, I lost nearly everything.
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The study also uses work commitment tool based on Sue Hayday (2003) which includes seven statements to measure the employee's commitment level.
Rashid Al Beloushi, a drama expert, said that there was at times joint cooperation between Kuwaiti and Omani production companies in producing more than five serials in the past ten years, in a period considred by many Omanis to be the hayday of Omani television production.
Dance Hayday, who has lived in the area for 18 months, took pictures of the scene and is concerned that someone could get hurt if nothing is done.
It seems that for now oil has passed its hayday as the most fought- over liquid in the world.
The Freshfields team advising on the deal was led by capital markets partner Duncan Kellaway, US securities partners Stuart Grider and Ashar Qureshi and senior associate Nick Hayday.
Sotheby's and Ingles & Hayday have announced that they are to offer for sale possibly the finest viola in existence - the 'Macdonald' Viola by Antonio Stradivari (1644 - 1737) - in a sealed bid process this Spring.
For example, according to Robinson, Perryman and Hayday (2004) engagement refers to a positive attitude held by an employee towards the organisation and its values.
As Robinson, Perryman & Hayday (2004) have suggested, engagement is big in the HR consultancy market, yet there is a dearth of academic research in this area.
According to Tim Ingles, former head of music at Sotheby's, whose inaugural sale under the banner Ingles & Hayday ran in May, it is the Stradivarius and Guarneri violins that dominate the collectable instruments market.
Matthew Hayday, a professor of Canadian history at Ontario's Guelph University.
It's time to make "ethical banking" obsolete, says Charity Bank CEO Ethical banks represent a small but growing slice of the banking sector -- but ideally there would be no need for dedicated "ethical" institutions, writes Malcolm Hayday, the outgoing CEO of Charity Bank.
Malcolm Hayday, chief executive and a founding member of Tonbridge, Kent-based Charity Bank, the world's first registered charity that is also an authorised bank, is planning to leave the post this year.
Malcolm Hayday, chief executive of Charity Bank, will leave the post this year as it celebrates its 10th anniversary.
John Hayday, President; Al Matt, VP Agitators, Blenders, Dispensers, Filtering/Straining, Grinding Media, Grinding/ Milting,; Wing and Dispersing.