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Noun1.1850s - the decade from 1850 to 18591850s - the decade from 1850 to 1859  
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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The assignment asked the students to reflect upon a class discussion that detailed slave life in 1850's Texas, which was then proceeded by a series of steps.
Furthermore, many Australian cultural theorists and historians have outlined that the game's characteristics at its origin in the 1850's represented the expression and values of the Australian people at the time.
Rather, it occurred between 1835 and 1860, especially in the 1850's, fueled in large part by rising expectations.
However journey time savings are not possible between Swansea and Cardiff as line speeds are restricted to 75-90 mph, a result of winding track resulting from the topography and 1850's deals with local landowners.
We built a log cabin from rescued logs dating back to the 1850's and seek respite there as often as possible where deer, turkey, fox and every imaginable form of wildlife roam.
The Cold War edged to an end in the late 1980's, after the Soviet Union lost a limited peripheral war, much like the Crimean war of the 1850's.
Its roots go all the way back more than 150 years to the ill-fated Volcanic of the 1850's where we find such names as Harold Smith, Daniel Wesson, and Oliver Winchester.
El epigrafe que aparece en ingles es la copia literal de un enunciado aparecido en el libro infantil de ensenanza de lectura ingles Six children's books of the 1850's.
But Strohman and Leahy said another key factor for a judge would be the fact that the county has used the site as a parking lot since 1958, which would likely not meet the 1850's legal definition of a "public square.
One Liberty Warehouse, located directly on the water's edge at the end of Conover Street, was first built in the 1850's and has now been converted into a 15,000 s/f event space and popular destination for weddings, but it's not cheap--the venue goes for north of $50,000 per event.
This book looks at the neglected post-emancipation generation of the 1850's who were lured to Panama by the promise of lucrative work and who initiated a pattern of circular migration that would transform the islands economically, socially and politically well into the twentieth century.
Blick auf den Worthersee, um 1850, Ol auf Leinwand, 53 x 92 cm / View of the Worthersee, early 1850's, oil on canvas, 53 x 92 cm