modern era

  1. the present or recent times
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  • This ascription has notoriously become a matter of debate and controversy in the modern era.
  • In recent years, buildings of the modern era are also coming under the protective wing of historic preservationists.
  • The body is fleshy, squeezable, and totally unreliable thanks to the proliferation of sharp-edges and cancers in the modern era.
  • In the modern era, women of the Nubia-Kush in Sudan are intentionally scarified with facial keloids as a means of decoration.
  • In the modern era, however, neither astronomy, nor surveying, nor gunnery, nor gnomonics (the making of sundials), nor most of the other disciplines represented in this collection of instruments, could be called a branch of mathematics in any straightforward or unqualified way, even though they all make some use of mathematical techniques.
  • Scepticism has been the dominant epistemological problem in the modern era.
  • The exciting modern era was on its way. Times, Sunday Times
  • Here, then, at the opening of the modern era, we have a quite well developed doctrine of popular sovereignty.
  • In part, McKenna sees this as a natural reaction to the ecological crisis brought on by the modern era.
  • They roughly fit conventional periodization, marking off the early modern era. The Times Literary Supplement
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