era

01. In today's computer [era], teachers can easily calculate a student's marks in a few minutes.
02. The death of Deng Xiaoping signaled the end of an [era] for Mainland China.
03. The Reagan [era] in the U.S. was a time of very conservative fiscal policy.
04. The post-war [era] in North America was a time of great growth and prosperity.
05. The period of the fall of the Berlin Wall was an [era] of great political change in Eastern Europe.
06. Albert Einstein remains the greatest scientist of the modern [era].
07. He seems to think that his childhood was an [era] of happiness and tranquillity, but I think he has a very selective memory.
08. The dropping of the atom bomb on Hiroshima signaled the beginning of an [era] in which man has become capable of destroying all life on our planet.
09. Following his election to the presidency of South Africa, Nelson Mandela announced, "My fellow South Africans, today we are entering a new [era] for our country and its people."
10. The calendar in Thailand is based on the Buddhist [era], and is therefore 543 years ahead of the western calendar.
11. In my grandfather's [era], everyone knew their neighbors, and people seemed to care more about each other than people do today.
12. The terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center have begun an [era] of fear in the U.S. that may last for years.
13. The country has entered a new [era] with its first democratically-elected President.
14. An [era] of democracy began in South Africa in 1994 when blacks took political power in the country for the first time in more than 300 years.
15. The [era] of Jiang Zemin formally ended in November 2002, when he retired as General-Secretary of the Communist Party, the most powerful post in China.
16. While the thirteenth century in Europe was an [era] of comparative stability and unity, the following century was marked by change and diversity.
17. Tomoko was born during the Showa [era] in Japan.
18. Richard M. Nixon once said, "Let us move from the [era] of confrontation to the [era] of negotiation."

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

Synonyms:
(marked by any administration or dispensation) / , , , , / (from which dates are reckoned), ,


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