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Observe, then, that Davy made his epochal experiment of melting ice by friction when he was a youth of twenty.

In the following year of 1871, Goodyear invented his welt shoe-sewing machine and Maddox made his epochal discovery.

InventionBradley A. Fiske

Not too wide, however, for there were certain ones who must keep track of all details regarding this epochal event.

The Broken GateEmerson Hough

To-day she was facing the first problem of her young life, epochal.

Parrot & Co.Harold MacGrath

Coronado had made one of the epochal explorations of all history.

The scene of this epochal enterprise was the region around Havana, particularly between Havana and Matanzas.

The History of Cuba, vol. 1Willis Fletcher Johnson

It was a bright morning; the week just ended had been, in a sense, epochal, and Wheaton resolved to go to church.

The Main ChanceMeredith Nicholson

Pierre Curie himself declared that more than half of the epochal discovery belonged to his wife.

Woman in ScienceJohn Augustine Zahm

Historians recognize two epochal events in the life of the nation.

To us, alone and in peril, this diary assumed an epochal importance entirely out of kelter with its face value.

The Portal of DreamsCharles Neville Buck
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