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The 2010s (pronoonced "twenty-tens"[1] or "twa thoosand (an) tens") [2][3][4][5] wis a decade in the Gregorian calendar that began on Januar 1, 2010 an endit on December 31, 2019.

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  1. Robin Lustig (31 December 2009). "Happy twenty-ten". BBC. Retrieved 21 Juin 2010.
  2. Burnett, Thane (28 December 2009). "Twenty-ten, Two-oh-ten, Two thousand and ten: What is the proper way to reference 2010?". Toronto Sun. Retrieved 11 Januar 2011.
  3. "'Twenty Tens' to become nickname for next decade, survey says". The Daily Telegraph. London. 17 December 2009. Retrieved 21 Juin 2010.
  4. Jones, Sam (1 Januar 2010). "A new decade: what's in a name?". The Guardian. United Kingdom. Archived frae the original on 6 Januar 2010. Retrieved 12 Januar 2010. Unknown parameter |deadurl= ignored (help)
  5. "New Year revellers welcome in 2010". United Kingdom: BBC News. 1 Januar 2010. Retrieved 12 Januar 2010.