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Modern era   /mˈɑdərn ˈɛrə/   Listen
Modern era

noun
1.
The present or recent times.






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"Modern era" Quotes from Famous Books



... was published in 1876, twelve years after the appearance of An Egyptian Princess, to be followed in quick succession by Homo Sum, The Sisters, The Emperor, and all that long line of brilliant pictures of antiquity. He began his series of tales of the middle ages and the dawn of the modern era in 1881 with The Burgomaster's Wife. In 1889 the precarious state of his health forced him to resign his chair at ...
— Uarda • Georg Ebers



Words linked to "Modern era" :   information age, epoch, era



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