year of grace

NOUN
  1. any year of the Christian era
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  • Whatever we may have felt about her lately, -- and I confess there have been times when the declaration of the Fee-Faw-Fum giant of nursery-romance seemed to be of a moral and praiseworthy character, -- there is no doubt, that, in the year of grace of which I write, and in the regards of many ratherish-scholarly gentlemen of our country-towns, the British Islands were the nearest terrestrial correspondences to the Islands of the The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13, No. 80, June, 1864
  • # -- "In the year of grace one thousand one hundred and seventy-four, by the just but occult judgment of God, the Church of Christ at Canterbury was consumed by fire, in the forty-fourth year from its dedication, that glorious choir, to wit, which had been so magnificently completed by the care and industry of Prior Conrad" ( "Gervase," translated by Willis). The Cathedral Church of Canterbury [2nd ed.].
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