contemporary world


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Noun1.contemporary world - the circumstances and ideas of the present age; "in modern times like these"
times - a more or less definite period of time now or previously present; "it was a sign of the times"
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Throughout the contemporary world, there has been a great focus on the amelioration of humankind's knowledge.
Ambassador Lodhi also emphasized that a reformed Security Council should be 'a mirror of the contemporary world, a world that is not static, and not frozen in time, but ever changing.
Ambassador Lodhi also emphasized that the reformed Security Council should be "a mirror of the contemporary world, a world that is not static, and not frozen in time, but ever changing.
He noted that in contemporary world, there are so many tensions and hate between different nations and religions.
It will screen in the Contemporary World Cinema programme.
Understanding: Introductions to the States and Regions of the Contemporary World
The award is a special honour given by the Czech festival to an actor, director or producer who is considered to have contributed in a fundamental way to the development of contemporary world cinema.
An award-winning singer, song-writer and multi-instrumentalist, Lena revives Syrian, Armenian and Bahraini folkloric songs with modern styles and arrangements, creating an unforgettable link between oriental classic compositions and contemporary world music.
This extraordinary novel by Naomi Alderman, a Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year and Granta Best of British writer, is not only a gripping story of how the world would change if power was in the hands of women but also exposes, with breathtaking daring, our contemporary world.
Expressing his gratitude for the invitation to the Baku Humanitarian Forum on behalf of delegation, Mauro Marino appreciated the activity of this forum and noted that the acute issues challenging the contemporary world were subject of discussion at the event.
A work of human empathy, Qazi combines first-hand storytelling with balanced and penetrating analysis of each situation to give us an important chronicle of communities in crisis in the contemporary world.
The magazine was established in 1965 by the laureate of the Struga Poetry Evenings, Ted Hughes, and specializes in translation of contemporary world poetry.

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