Grammar: "s" at the end of certain years

by Jami

What does the "s" stand for at the end of a year, for example 1990s?

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Apr 14, 2011
by: Anonymous

This is because we want to mention a range, 1990 to contains a plural meaning, furher explanation; that there are 10 years...

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