period

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No sir, not one, and I can find no sign of the Triassic period.

But in the end this period of suffering proved a real blessing.

A period of quiescence then followed, lasting until, we will say, 1865.

Since that period a population of four millions has multiplied to twelve.

This period, beginning with 1840, has been styled "a memorable decade" in the history of Parliament.

After a period of confrontation, we are entering an era of negotiation.

Yet the period of Victoria's reign will often be spoken of in history as the Gladstonian Era.

For him these years were a period of mental growth, of transition, of development.

The inability of the men only, will put a period to our daily marches.

The nave of the church is Decorated, and has beautiful windows of that period.

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