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- The château was constructed over several centuries.
- The Ratta empire ruled Poobaagi for several centuries.
- In Saarland, coal has been mined over several centuries.
- The use of the gesture dates back many centuries.
- Options contracts have been known for many centuries.
- English folklore developed over many centuries.
- The names given were common usage in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
- Among these is a large collection of printed Bibles from the fifteenth to twentieth centuries.
- The port was the pre-eminent commercial port of India in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
- The cathedral was completed two centuries later.
- The pantheons were eventually merged once more centuries later.
- Two centuries later, the Norman Conquest put an end to Arab rule.
- This was a place where Abhinavagupta had lived nine centuries before.
- He was to hit five more first-class centuries before the end of the season.
- Bradman and Jackson had both scored centuries before Young took their wickets, though.
- Standardisation of spelling originated centuries ago.
- However, East Germanic languages became extinct several centuries ago.
- This habit was reported (with an attempt of explanations) centuries ago.
- Contact between India and Romania dates back a few centuries.
- Monwaing itself was contacted only a few centuries previously.
- This newly emptied frontier would remain in place for the next few centuries.
- It kept that status through all the following centuries.
- In the following centuries Via Flaminia was nearly abandoned.
- A series of wars affected Pomerania in the following centuries.
- The names given were common usage in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
- The Order experienced "unparalleled success" in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
- Various other records of it come from the latter half of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
- This church was restored during the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries.
- From the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries, the name of Joos van Cleve as an artist was lost.
- A portmanteau was a traveling suitcase used as a mailbag in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to carry both letters and newspapers.
- He scored a further 16 half centuries.
- Roman rule in Schierstein lasted for almost three and a half centuries.
- One of two half centuries he made, this score came against the touring West Indians in 1923.
- There were two more satirical dramas in later centuries.
- It is the basis for all Brazilian architecture of later centuries.
- It was originally built in the 5th century BC but was altered in later centuries.
- The troupe bears a resemblance to actors who had visited the manor centuries earlier.
- However, the water bath was known many centuries earlier (Hippocrates and Theophrastus).
- They had also converted to Islam centuries earlier and resided in Turkestan and Khorasan.
- who must guide their peoples through the centuries.
- The placement of Arcturus has also been mutable through the centuries.
- In this manner, ancient styles have been replicated through the centuries to the present day.
- In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, food was a classic marker of identity in Europe.
- 1652 - 1724) was a master organ maker in England in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries.
- During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries the action of trover largely replaced trespass for wrongful distress.
- We know very little about these early centuries.
- By the early centuries CE, several walled cities and towns had emerged.
- The tradition of university education in Iran goes back to the early centuries of Islam.
- The town is surrounded by centuries old olive groves.
- Many of the materials are centuries old.
- Asa is five centuries old raga.
- During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Athena was used as a symbol for female rulers.
- Church forces labored to abolish the practice throughout the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
- Twelve printed editions of "Hürnen Seyfrid" are known from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
- These writings were collected in the first centuries of the common era.
- The Sindi were assimilated by the Sarmatians in the first centuries AD.
- The Ymyyakhtakh culture continued at least until the first centuries of our era.
- It was formed by the glaciers Breiðamerkurjökull, Fjallsjökull and Hrútárjökull during the last few centuries.
- Alternatively, if it is a transient dust cloud it must be extremely young, perhaps having formed within the last few centuries.
- Taranatha in his "History of Buddhism in India" of 1608, gives an account of the last few centuries of Buddhism, mainly in Eastern India.
- Pagan entered a golden age that would last for the next two centuries.
- It was the residence of many notable people for the next two centuries.
- It was built in the late 12th century, with additions in the next two centuries.
- In previous centuries, more upstream, the Donge was heavily used in the leather industry.
- A number of periodic comets discovered in earlier decades or previous centuries are now lost comets.
- Jews were accepted at the time, in contrast to the persecution by the Inquisition in previous centuries.
- Drinking has been a large part of socialising throughout the centuries.
- It has been enlarged throughout the centuries to become the second Belgian inland port.
- Lucia Nadin asserts claims that the work was well known throughout the centuries in all of Europe.
- The suit is a joke or parody of cattle drovers past centuries.
- The topography of the land has changed drastically in the past centuries.
- Pucci stavolgendo almost completely urban planning of the past centuries.
- Lichen has been used for centuries to make dyes.
- It has also been used for centuries for leather burnishing tools.
- The Miserere was used for centuries as a judicial test of reading ability.
- In the subsequent centuries the Portuguese dominated the scene.
- The British, French and Dutch joined in the slave trade in subsequent centuries.
- During the war of the subsequent centuries surgical skills developed in treating the wounded.
- He was well versed in modern history, more particularly that of France and Germany during the last two centuries.
- The second half of the compound word, "lore", proves easier to define as its meaning has stayed relatively stable over the last two centuries.
- The complete collection of the museum, enriched in the last two centuries by donations of illustrious citizens and collectors, now has more than 1500 artworks.
- But these are limited to the recent centuries.
- Until recent centuries, Japan's territory did not include several remote regions of its modern-day territory.
- Birjand grew in recent centuries, especially during the Qajar dynasty and found its important role in this region.
- In earlier centuries, agriculture was the main industry.
- The population in earlier centuries reached four thousand.
- Storytelling, music, theatre, dance and games are recognisably the same as in earlier centuries.
- The instrument subsequently fell into complete neglect for nearly two centuries.
- The name "Mii-dera" ("Temple of Three Wells") came about nearly two centuries later.
- This unusual behavior was only discovered in 1982, nearly two centuries after the bees were first classified.
- The official history dates the Sultans to had lived in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries respectively.
- The fifteenth and sixteenth centuries saw further rebuilding, and the tower and south arcade still survive from this phase.
- The focus of her research interests is on stained glass and panel painting from the fourteenth, fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
- There are mentions in Medieval records of fleets commanded by Scottish kings in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.
- The period between the eleventh and thirteenth centuries represents the height of European interest in dragons as living creatures.
- On the Continent in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, there was a renaissance in all learning, especially in legal concepts and writing.
- Of the seven centuries scored in the competition, Northern Conference batsmen scored four: two to Mark Bailey and one each to Nash and Blair Pocock.
- He was a regular member of the side for each of his four years' residence, the batting highlights of which were two centuries scored in 1923: 115 against the MCC, and 182 (his best first-class score) against the West Indies touring side.