dog's years

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dog's years

An especially long length of time. It's been dog's years since I worked on of these machines, but I'll give it a shot!
See also: year
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Age in dog years: Older than Scooby Doo's been a cartoon character
CMBS Group Head Huxley Somerville said that, like dog years, the current commercial real estate cycle is really worth two years of the old cycle.
In total, the team has pledged to put in 315 (that's 45 in dog years) volunteer hours in 45 days (August 21 - October 5, 2018).
He was 15 years old (96 in dog years) and he filled those years with lots of love and laughter," she noted.
A common myth is that dog years multiplied by 7 give you its equivalent in human years.
Dog Years are not conducive to waste and unnecessary expenses.
Try using Moore's Law; not in an esoteric sense, but as a way to calculate a kind of cyber 'dog years' for your IT infrastructure.
Jack Russell terrier Tassie is 135 in dog years but is said to still be young at heart.
HH HHH TIME seems to pass in dog years watching this fluffyminded fable.
With the house-building programme for Birmingham and the Black Country the dog days could well stretch into the dog years.
Jet, who has been at dog rehoming centre Dog Trust Bridgend for more than 25 years in dog years, is said to have no bias since Wales was kicked out of the tournament last week.
But in dog years he'd be about 175 and there's the small problem of him being dead."
Like many of us, Bill and I are of that certain age where on average, we are close to the same age as our best dogs (in dog years).