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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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We probably have a similar number of coaches now as in the heyday of the Coventry fortnight.
It could well be late 2009 or even 2010 before the existing uncertainty over retirement age comes to an end when the final outcome of the Heyday case is known.
99, your gift includes six issues a year of the highly entertaining and informative Heyday glossy magazine, a year's membership to Heyday, exclusive membership discounts and special offers with high street names such as John Lewis, Waitrose, Boots, ASDA and HMV, plus fantastic prize draws and access to invaluable information on anything and everything from health to holidays.
Heyday, a new membership organisation backed by Age Concern and which aims to support people approaching or in retirement, is launching a 'Have Your Say' survey of 10m people on issues such as work, pensions and ageism.
During the heyday, VCs made a number of quick decisions that they ultimately came to regret.
His insider's perspective chronicles her music, her life on the road with her band, and the heyday of the 1960s era, replete with sex, drugs, and music.
Picture this first thing in morning SHE was a Blondie bombshell in her heyday but with her frizzy hair going all one way or another Debbie Harry looks a bit scary now.
Many of the departing staff had worked at the site all their life and have fond memories of the mill in its heyday.
Y Traeth hosts tribute band Beatles For Sale tomorrow night (8pm), and with Port having suffered three defeats in a row so far this season to Carmarthen Town, Caersws and Bangor City, treasurer Dafydd Wyn Jones hopes the gig inspires a return to the club's 1960s heyday.
The challenge has been brought by Heyday, an organisation linked to Age Concern, and seeks to target one of the most controversial features of the age regulations, the retirement provisions.
Add to that the most successful football team in Europe with Real Madrid and it is clear that Madrid today is every bit as confident as it was in its imperial heyday.
While criticizing the contemporary depredations of Islamist regimes and terrorists, Lehmann insists that "Christianity was even worse in its own heyday.
But the mid-'50 s was the heyday, when resin companies' R&D labs were orienting everything they could find to see what would happen.
Earlier this year, they reported in a Chinese journal that 39 northern Chinese sites dating to Zhongba's heyday contain pottery and other remains of salt-making operations, although chemical and microscopic analyses have yet to be conducted.