Early in the aughts, Wall Street whistled, and neither Clinton nor de Blasio barked.
A lot has been written lately about what a dreadful decade the “aughts” have been.
Apple's products, though, are severely closed, yet it managed to rise to the top in the aughts.
I told you all a million times: In the aughts, things happened, and I had to create my own reality.
But the “aughts” have been his decade—because between 2000 and 2009, the North vanquished the South yet again.
But during the aughts, the stunning actress had to fight back against being typecast.
The aughts went out like a cranky kid last night, kicking and screaming until the bitter end.
In the aughts, GDP fell by 5.1 percent, nearly twice as much.
"Ay, and aughts," replied Sancho, and in replying he let the stream wash his fingers.
"something," Old English awiht "aught, anything, something," literally "e'er a whit," from Proto-Germanic *aiwi "ever" (from PIE *aiw- "vital force, life, long life, eternity;" see eon) + *wihti "thing, anything whatever" (see wight). In Shakespeare, Milton and Pope, aught and ought occur indiscriminately.