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Perhaps more significant is that the awards come ahead of the Communist Party’s centenary in July, a politically sensitive event for China’s leaders.
Nobel Prize winners at a dinner to honor the centenary of the birth of Alfred Nobel, founder of the Nobel prizes.
Seven years from this present time will witness the Centenary of the railway system.
The centenary of Petrarch celebrated at Avignon in 1874 tended to emphasize the importance and the glory of the new literature.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
A large number assembled to celebrate the centenary of Cook's death.
It also thinks that the Tribune is a try weakly and unique daily, besides being a four centenary.
The fifth centenary of his birthday, on the twenty-eighth of November, was to be kept with great rejoicings therefore.
OLIVE IN ITALYMORAY DALTON
The ostensible object of the Reformation, which lately reached its fourth centenary, was to purge the Church of imbecilities.
DAMN!HENRY LOUIS MENCKEN
In the month of February, 1904, the centenary of the death of Kant was celebrated throughout the world of culture.
THE WONDERS OF LIFEERNST HAECKEL
Added to the ‘Biographical,’ ‘National,’ and ‘Centenary’ editions of the novel.
THE PROBLEM OF 'EDWIN DROOD'W. ROBERTSON NICOLL

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