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Century

Meanings and phrases

century

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n.
  1. a period of 100 years
  2. ten 10s; hundred; 100; C; one C

century plant

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n.
  1. tropical American plants with basal rosettes of fibrous sword-shaped leaves and flowers in tall spikes; some cultivated for ornament or for fiber; agave; American aloe

turn of the century

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n.
  1. the period from about ten years before to ten years after a new century

twentieth century

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n.
  1. the century from 1901 to 2000
E.g.
  • It operated in Asia in the early twentieth century.
  • The twentieth century saw huge population movements.
  • In the twentieth century the property was broken up.

nineteenth century

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E.g.
  • Its history goes back to the mid nineteenth century.
  • Late nineteenth century theories are not valid.
  • The subgenre rose in the nineteenth century.

eighteenth century

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E.g.
  • The order became extinct in the eighteenth century.
  • The town was fortified by the early eighteenth century.
  • Work was not completed until the early eighteenth century.

seventeenth century

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E.g.
  • Kingston was first settled in the late seventeenth century.
  • Gedi was abandoned by the middle of the seventeenth century.
  • The church has a pipe organ dating from the seventeenth century.

early twentieth century

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E.g.
  • It operated in Asia in the early twentieth century.
  • He was prominent in the early twentieth century.
  • This situation still obtained in the early twentieth century.

sixteenth century

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E.g.
  • It was finally abandoned in the sixteenth century.
  • They can be traced back to the sixteenth century.

century when

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E.g.
  • It was destroyed by the Normans in the 9th century when they plundered Metz.
  • However, he scored a third century when he captained the MCC against Border.
  • It probably lapsed during the 17th century when Coleford became a market town.

first century

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E.g.
  • It is believed to date from the first century BC.
  • On 5 December 2019, he scored his first century in T20Is.
  • It dates from the end of the first century.

late nineteenth century

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E.g.
  • Spain recreated its dragoons in the late nineteenth century.
  • Chemical engineering developed in the late nineteenth century.
  • An Italian community developed in the late nineteenth century.

half a century

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E.g.
  • It's their reunion for half a century.
  • He died in 1695, aged only 26; his widow outlived him by half a century.

fifteenth century

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  • Until the fifteenth century, Kulubnarti was a remote area.
  • The Chapel of St. Leonard stood until the fifteenth century.
  • Its date may be about the middle of the fifteenth century...

thirteenth century

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  • The prose romance dates to the thirteenth century.
  • It was annexed by Lucca in the thirteenth century.
  • The Acoma Pueblo emerged by the thirteenth century.

century later

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  • A century later, the situation was very different.
  • Ramakrishna Pillai was born over a century later.
  • A century later it would cover one third of the globe.

twelfth century

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  • By the twelfth century, William's legend had grown.
  • The granite font dates from the twelfth century.
  • The church is medieval dating from the twelfth century.

fourteenth century

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  • The renaissance began in fourteenth century Italy.
  • André chooses to stay in the fourteenth century.
  • The church dates from the fourteenth century.

century saw

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E.g.
  • The 20th century saw much development to the quays.
  • The twentieth century saw huge population movements.
  • The 18th century saw another golden age of Bordeaux.

fourth century

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  • In the fourth century Saint Philastrius occurs.
  • This remained the status quo through the fourth century.
  • The statue is thought to date to the third or fourth century B.C.

century onwards

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  • Trade with Europe followed from the 17th century onwards.
  • The trade was worked in Chalk from the 17th century onwards.
  • From the 4th century onwards city occupation gradually contracted.

last century

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  • Much of the present housing was built in the last century.
  • Anarchist tactics have shifted during the course of the last century.
  • The other two are Mim Kut and Pawl Kut, also revived in the last century.

early nineteenth century

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  • The couple moved to London in the early nineteenth century.
  • The variation in spelling is typical of early nineteenth century orthography.
  • Gaelic settlement in Cape Breton began in earnest in the early nineteenth century.

second century

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  • The city was founded in the second century BC by the Berbers.
  • Ayaz Kala was built in the second century by the Kushan Empire.
  • "The second century is about making sure that is not the case."

fifth century

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  • The Greek mathematicians of the fifth century B.C.
  • The wreck dates to the end of the fifth century.
  • Paleographically it has been assigned to the fifth century.

sixth century

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  • It has been assigned to the fifth or sixth century CE.
  • In the sixth century, Christian missionaries visited the islands.
  • Thrppuliyoor temple was established even before the sixth century.

third century

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  • Lucius Ranius Optatus was consul in the early third century AD.
  • The village had been a local capital since the third century AD.
  • The earliest extant copy is Papyrus Bodmer X, dating to the third century.

seventh century

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  • It became a city-kingdom by the seventh century BC.
  • Overall, it was his seventh century in 14 Tests.
  • The site is even older, as seventh century rock carvings attest.

ninth century

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  • Its compilation is usually dated to the ninth century.
  • The inscription has been dated to the late ninth century BC.
  • The history of Shi'a in Indonesia started in the ninth century.

eleventh century

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  • The family's origins date to the eleventh century.
  • By the eleventh century, Pala rule had weakened, however.
  • The history of the village dates back to the eleventh century.

half century

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E.g.
  • He led the newspaper for the next half century.
  • Reciprocity went nowhere; McKinley's vision was a half century too early.
  • This was his only half century score in the tournament and came against Denmark.

century and early

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  • Slavic people entered the town in the late 18th century and early 19th century.
  • Slavery was prevalent until the late 19th century and early 20th century China.
  • They wrote in journals and magazines in the late 19th century and early 20th century.

next century

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E.g.
  • Antagonism between the two dominated the next century.
  • It was the standard anatomy textbook for the next century.
  • Control theory made significant strides over the next century.

tenth century

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  • Popes began making such decrees in the tenth century.
  • The Saurashtra style disappeared by the tenth century.
  • There are many old temples dating back to tenth century.

eighth century

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  • The visionary Dryhthelm was also a monk there in the early eighth century.
  • The eighth century church Santa Maria in Binda is found in the town limits.
  • By the eighth century, they are in use in the liturgical celebrations in Rome.

century during

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E.g.
  • The tower was added in the 13th century during the reign of Henry III.
  • The modern structure was built in the 19th century during Ottoman rule.
  • Part of castle was built in the 13th century during the Byzantine rule.

century before

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  • Warner scored his third test century before being dismissed for 119.
  • He reached his century before lunch and his 200 by the tea interval.
  • A century before the Doom, the Targaryen family moved to Dragonstone.

nearly a century

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  • This form of government continued for nearly a century.
  • It would not spread to the rest of Europe for nearly a century.
  • What started Siegel and Shuster nearly a century ago is still going strong today.

late eighteenth century

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  • The late eighteenth century was a time of prosperity in Gibraltar.
  • In the late eighteenth century, the Islands were dubbed "the French Isles".
  • He also illustrated a notable edition of the Bible in the late eighteenth century.

century ago

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  • A century ago, Europe had nearly a quarter of the world's population.
  • What started Siegel and Shuster nearly a century ago is still going strong today.
  • This idea in transformation geometry was advanced by Sophus Lie more than a century ago.

following century

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  • In the following century, the word was in general use.
  • French writers were to take their lead from Gelli in the following century.
  • A south chapel was added in the 15th century, and the vestry in the following century.

century through

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  • late 17th century through the mid-20th century).
  • There are pieces form the 2nd century through the present.
  • They were produced from the late 3rd century through to the 5th century.

past century

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  • The use of these phrases has been on the rise for the past century.
  • Modern scholars over the past century have variously favoured both forms.
  • Beginning in 1918, the fair has grown considerably over the past century.

late twentieth century

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  • It became part of Derby in the late twentieth century.
  • Some roads are characterised by late twentieth century link houses.
  • The fort was destroyed by quarrying during the late twentieth century.

century due

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  • It developed in the nineteenth century due to increased coal mining and quarrying.
  • The city was gradually deserted after the 13th century due to change in the course of the Indus.
  • They will spread northwards and to higher elevations in the next century due to increasing temperatures.

almost a century

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  • almost a century after Bryan's original discovery.
  • After almost a century of vague, the MOS 71B, Chaplain Assistant.
  • After his death, Skjoldenæsjolm remained in his family for almost a century.

new century

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  • At 95, he embodied faith in the future of this new century."
  • Belov was replaced by Stanislav Eremin as the new head coach in the new century.
  • Flamengo leads the new century with 9 titles, and an overall count with 35 titles.

century onward

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  • From the 13th century onward it is frequently mentioned.
  • Crngrob was recorded in documents from the 13th century onward.
  • Critical scholars from the 19th century onward have rejected this idea.

century earlier

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  • By comparison, fewer than 5,000 people had lived in Düren a century earlier.
  • According to the 2001 census, its population was 235, compared to 190 a century earlier.
  • In the 2018 game "God of War", Fimbulwinter occurs a century earlier than it was supposed to.

previous century

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  • The finds of the previous century had included Roman coins.
  • It is a mid-eighteenth century salute to the musical traditions of the previous century.
  • Immigration in the 20th century differed significantly from that of the previous century.

quarter century

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  • The modern, bright logo represents refreshed vigor for the work of the next quarter century.
  • For the next quarter century, Poland was often a pawn in Russia's campaigns against other powers.
  • The "Lizzie Throop" encountered some misfortunes on the lakes in her quarter century on the lakes.

century

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  • Reliable sources – particularly for the 15th and 16th century – are very rare.
  • Only two buildings survived into the twentieth century – the Governors House and Prisoner's mess.
  • 2006 г Made unique photographs of one of the greatest photographer of the XX century – Arnold Newman.

century against

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  • He hit his maiden first class century against Tasmania at the MCG.
  • In Tests, he has not made a century against South Africa and India.
  • On 12 January 2013, Elgar scored his maiden test century against New Zealand.

scored a century

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E.g.
  • He had scored a century in the earlier stage of the tournament.
  • He also scored a century for the Gentlemen against the Players at Lord's.
  • Afterwards, MacLaren scored a century in difficult batting conditions against Yorkshire.

early eighteenth century

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E.g.
  • The town was fortified by the early eighteenth century.
  • Work was not completed until the early eighteenth century.
  • In the early eighteenth century, there were about 150 electors.

century many

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  • In the 20th century many new kite designs were developed.
  • In the 21st century many, more traditional, Chinese ingredients are used.
  • In the 6th century many Maronites were killed by Jacobite Christian Syriacs.

century brought

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  • The 20th century brought avant-garde revolution.
  • The 13th century brought the Mongol conquest of China.
  • The early 20th century brought its share of challenges.

century led

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  • The advent of paperback books in the 20th century led to an explosion of popular publishing.
  • The development of electronics in the 20th century led to clocks with no clockwork parts at all.

early seventeenth century

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  • The series of moats were laid out in the early seventeenth century.
  • Caris was born in the late sixteenth century or early seventeenth century.
  • The Garrett ancestors had been ironworkers in East Suffolk since the early seventeenth century.

century it became

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  • In the mid-4th century it became a bishopric seat.
  • In the 20th century it became a center for coal mining.
  • In the late 19th century it became the central street of the city.

double century

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E.g.
  • In Test cricket, Miandad made a double century on six occasions.
  • The man of the match award went to Michael Clarke for his unbeaten double century.
  • Shrewsbury scored 232, becoming the first Englishman to score a double century in Australia.

century because

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E.g.
  • Tiles were favoured in the 20th century because they reduced fire insurance premiums.
  • The use of this dish decreased greatly in the 20th century because of the cost of production.
  • Large parts of the castle were demolished in the 17th and 18th century because the Isar River had undermined the castle hill.

century the area

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  • In the 19th century the area was part of the Town of Newtown (now Elmhurst).
  • Since the 12th century the area had been occupied by a Cistercians monastery.
  • Until the 17th century the area was known exclusively by each of the respective townships.

century came

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  • At the end of the century came a wave of Art Nouveau.
  • With the 20th century came cinema, radio and television.
  • In the middle of 19th century came to Zlatno Leo Valentin Pantoček.

century buildings

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  • It is one of the city's most imposing mid-19th century buildings.
  • Only two means of decor have been observed in 17th century buildings: "Eyebrow Windows" and gable-ends.
  • The excavation also uncovered numerous 19th century buildings, some of which had been built on the medieval foundations.

century old

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  • The school is located in a century old brick building which originally housed a mill.
  • This means that a large specimen over a metre (yard) across is at least a century old.
  • About a century old, the museum stands as a tourist destination and historical symbol for Nepal.

century the town

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  • During the 18th century the town's population and its economy grew.
  • During late 15th and early 16th century the town often changed its owners.
  • In the 17th century the town began a decline, and lost its city status in 1869.

score a century

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  • Curiously, he passed fifty 26 times without ever going on to score a century.
  • He is the only English cricketer to score a century in his only first-class innings.
  • She has scored a century in a domestic national tournament, becoming the third Nepali woman to score a century.

same century

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  • The same century also saw the Copts become a religious minority.
  • Later in the same century, the Lydians under Croesus invaded Persia.
  • In that same century, Vauban was charged by Louis XIV to fortify the city.

century include

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  • Prominent French materialists of the 18th century include:
  • A few of the notable fascist architecture projects of the 20th century include
  • Movements in modern a cappella over the past century include barbershop and doo wop.

early sixteenth century

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  • He estimated the early sixteenth century population to be 2500–3000.
  • "De calamitatibus temporum" was widely reprinted in the early sixteenth century.
  • This large country house was probably first constructed in the early sixteenth century.

century following

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  • It fell into ruin in the 17th century following fire in 1645.
  • However, Qing China declined in the late 19th century following the First Opium War.
  • The cemetery was constructed in the late 19th century following the brutal murders of 84 local inhabitants.

late seventeenth century

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  • Kingston was first settled in the late seventeenth century.
  • His grandfather, Ralph Merry, arrived in New England in the late seventeenth century from London, England.
  • Baroque architecture in Portugal lasted about two centuries (the late seventeenth century and eighteenth century).

century and later

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  • The church was built in the 14th century and later added to.
  • It was built at the end of the 18th century and later rebuilt.
  • Thomas Bayes during the 18th century and later expanded by Pierre-Simon Laplace.

century included

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  • Productions during the 20th century included one at Daly's Theatre in London in 1937.
  • Major contributors to "classical" statistics in the early 20th century included Fisher, Neyman and Pearson.
  • Tenants during the 20th century included a sweets shop, an Army-Navy store, and a meat market (called Public Market).

century most

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  • By the early 17th century most of Outer Mongolia was held by his descendants.
  • In the early 9th century most of the Western Carpathians belonged to Great Moravia.
  • In the 17th century most of the remaining church and monastic buildings were pulled down.

century building

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  • Reconstruction preserved part of the 18th century building.
  • - Dau House: 14th century building.
  • In 1996 main campus was moved to a remodeled 18th century building in the Old town of Lille.

century the village

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  • In the 18th century the village was ruled by Kubinyi family again.
  • But in the second half of the 19th century the village was split into two parts.
  • In the 19th and 20th century the village grew somewhat, mainly thanks to its vineyards.

century church

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  • Sights include the 14th century church of San Leonardo.
  • It replaced a 12th century church demolished around 1870 to 1875.
  • The 15th century church is dedicated to St Denis and is located at .

century did

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  • Only in the mid-19th century did "jā" really become usual everywhere.
  • A brief resurgence of interest in the 19th century did not lead to a revival.
  • Only in the second half of the 6th century did the West recognize Constantinople I as ecumenical.

century progressed

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  • As the 19th century progressed, chess organization developed quickly.
  • Prices began to improve as the new century progressed and the Davis Strait fishery began to develop.
  • As the 20th century progressed, some councils in the United States became integrated, but many were not.

mid nineteenth century

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  • Its history goes back to the mid nineteenth century.
  • By the mid nineteenth century, Andrushevka had a tannery, distillery and bi-weekly fairs.
  • Gulargambone was first occupied by Europeans in the mid nineteenth century and gazetted as a village in 1883.

late sixteenth century

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  • Caris was born in the late sixteenth century or early seventeenth century.
  • During the epidemics of the late sixteenth century that devastated indigenous populations, Anenecuilco survived.
  • The brewery has been family-owned since the late sixteenth century; Joos Roman, a bailli until 1604, is considered the "pater familias".

century such

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  • The Rashidun state was a completely new state and unlike the Arab kingdoms of its century such as the Himyarite, Lakhmids or Ghassanids.
  • Historians in the early 20th century such as J. Franklin Jameson examined the class composition of the Patriot cause, looking for evidence of a class war inside the revolution.
  • Postmillenialism was a dominant theological belief among American Protestants who promoted reform movements in the 19th and 20th century such as abolitionism and the Social Gospel.

century the city

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  • In the 17th century the city was fortified by Vauban.
  • By the fourteenth century the city had become part of the Mali Empire.
  • At the end of the 14th century the city was granted status as a free imperial city.

century the castle

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  • In the 16th century the castle was devastated by Turks.
  • In the 14th century the castle became independent of Shkodra.
  • In the 15th century the castle was conquered by the Hussite John Jiskra.

century began

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  • The mid-17th century began the transformation of the vineyards into farmland.
  • As the new century began, the French police system gradually began to take effect.
  • Only in the mid-19th century began the reconstruction and modernization of the town and its port.

another century

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  • In the second Test of the series, Mominul scored another century, which was also a not out innings.
  • Then on the final day of the match, Hobbs scored another century to become the outright record holder.
  • In his first game, he and Sutcliffe shared another century partnership before Hobbs was out, playing casually, for 53.

century and became

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  • The area came under Ottoman rule in the 15th century and became part of the Sanjak of Ioannina.
  • It expanded suddenly under Suhungmung in the 16th century and became multi-ethnic in character.
  • Located along the Tigris River, the city was founded in the 8th century and became the capital of the Abbasid Caliphate.

century or earlier

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  • Therefore, he must have lived in the 12th century or earlier.
  • Cymbals were employed by Turkish janissaries in the 14th century or earlier.
  • (meaning that these instruments existed since his time in 14th century or earlier).

century the church

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  • By the 15th century the church had fallen into ruins.
  • By the eighteenth century the church was partly submerged in sand.
  • During the 18th century the church has been reworked and entitled to Saint Augustine.

century became

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  • This influx of thousands of African Americans in the 20th century became known as the Great Migration.
  • Western cannon during the 19th century became larger, more destructive, more accurate, and could fire at longer range.
  • Later it was invaded by Vikings, and in the 17th century became a defensive front for the English army against French invasion.

century between

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  • Later published by Fuller's Sycamore Press, it largely concerns the cultural collision in the 19th century between the United States and Japan.
  • The archbishops of Canterbury are recorded as granting only a few charitable corrodies, no more than thirty during the century between 1313 and 1414.
  • There are no Grade II* listed buildings in Coventry from the 13th, 17th, or 21st centuries, but there is at least one from every other century between 1100 and 2000.

century as part

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  • It is known since the early 11th century as part of the giudicato of Torres.
  • First mentioned in the mid-12th century as part of Duchy of Vladimir, and then the Duchy of Kiev.
  • Leverett was first settled in the late 17th century as part of Sunderland, and was separately incorporated in 1774.

century up

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  • The belfry on the north is part 11th century up to the openings.
  • From the end of seventeenth century up to 1837 CE, Poonch was ruled by the Muslim Rajas of Loran in Tehsil Haveli.
  • In "The Rivals", he covers the entire history of the Yankees–Red Sox rivalry from the first half of the century up until recent years.

century several

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  • In the early 18th century several duck decoys were built on the moor.
  • In the late 19th and early 20th century several forms of pragmatic philosophy arose.
  • In the beginning of the 19th century several French travellers visited the villages.

mid twentieth century

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  • By the mid twentieth century, it became a fishing village.
  • By the mid twentieth century, few of these original clubs were still in existence.
  • In the mid twentieth century, a small hydro electric plant operated in the river gorge.
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