Historically

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

historically significant   (históricamente significativo)

The number 113 is historically significant to the Nisga'a.

Many historically significant ships used Albany as their home port.

Some historically significant but defunct groups may also be included.

historically black   (históricamente negro)

The street was surrounded by three historically black universities.

Frenchtown is the oldest historically black neighborhood in the state.

Atlanta is the home of the largest consortium of historically black institutions in the nation.

historically important   (históricamente importante)

This style is rare, but historically important.

The granary is the more historically important.

Gaozhou is a historically important city in Guangdong.

historically known   (históricamente conocido)

The Ōita area is historically known as , the capital of .

The treaty was historically known as "Kandyan Convention".

Like "Afyon white", historically known as "Synnadic white".

historically accurate   (históricamente precisa)

Though oft-repeated, the story is not historically accurate.

This film is not historically accurate.

Other elements of the "circus" were also historically accurate.

historically used

The scalybark was historically used for timber.

It was also historically used as a component of Greek fire.

It was historically used for writing documents, notes, or the pages of a book.

known historically

This made the area well known historically for its mining activities.

Some lightly wooded areas are also known historically to have supported bison.

<br> The exodus from their land of origin, known historically as Assyria, has not stopped since then.

historically black college

The college's endowment was transferred to Virginia Union University, a historically black college.

In 1968, she joined the faculty at Jackson State College, a historically black college in Mississippi.

The annual game matched Prairie View A&M against a team from another historically black college or university (HBCU).

historically part

Its territory was historically part of Carniola.

It was historically part of the East Riding of Yorkshire until 1974.

St Catwg's was historically part of a very large parish which spread over much of North Eastern Glamorgan.

historically informed

The practice of "historically informed performance" is nevertheless dependent on stylistic inference.

Ensembles playing period instruments in historically informed performance are marked by green background.

historically associated

Germany has historically associated various dates with its nationhood and unity.

It is historically associated with Essendon, a suburb in the north-west of Melbourne, Victoria.

It was historically associated with a squat bottle enclosed in a straw basket, called a "fiasco" ("flask"; "pl.

historically black colleges

She attended several colleges and universities, including historically black colleges in the Jim Crow south.

Her award supported research training for students from historically black colleges and universities to work in biochemistry.

She fought for historically black colleges to prevent their downgrading or closure in the face of cutbacks in funding and programs.

most historically   (más históricamente)

It has been described as one of the most historically inaccurate modern films.

In 2009, the film was second on a list of "most historically inaccurate movies" in "The Times".

At the time, the Discovery Channel called it "the most historically accurate digital model of Titanic available."

not historically

Though oft-repeated, the story is not historically accurate.

This film is not historically accurate.

So the early origins of segmented downloading are not historically clear.

historically called

The first poems of the Persian language, a language historically called Dari, emerged in Afghanistan.

The base sits on a piece of land between the St. John's River and Ortega River historically called Black Point.

Byng was later blamed for the loss of Menorca (historically called "Minorca" by the British), and executed by firing squad.