One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The end of a period of prosperity, happiness, or innocence.‘his review marks the end of the golden weather for this government’
- ‘Some critics remarked that we were witnessing the end of the golden weather, while others extolled the virtues of an increased number of outlets and a move toward niche programming.’
- ‘We are merely at the end of the golden weather, living off the moral and economic inheritances we received from those hearty folk of old.’
- ‘The end of the golden weather usually signals an upturn in blog productivity.’
- ‘However, MetService has warned that this weekend could see the "end of the golden weather".’
- ‘In the meantime, tricksters are now aware the end of the golden weather is nigh.’
- ‘With the end of the golden weather looking imminent, New Zealanders need a Government with a plan and a vision to deliver better jobs and higher wages for all.’
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