Epocha

Related to Epocha: Epoca

Ep´o`cha


n.1.See Epoch.
References in classic literature ?
As respects logical inductions, for instance, the linum usitatissimum draws as largely on the intellectual acquisitions of the various epochas that belonged to the three or four parent stems which preceded it, as on its own.
We know that a good choice has been made and today is epocha,l a momentous day in the history of the Yoruba nation.
He writes, "This Destruction of the Tea is so bold, so daring, so firm, intrepid and inflexible, and it must have so important Consequences, and so lasting, that I cant but consider it as an Epocha in History.
Samalavicius akcentuoja, "kad baroko epocha ir Lietuvos Didziosios Kunigaikstystes teritorijoje paliko nemaza vandens kulturos pedsaku.
Ha huma cousa eterna como a natureza de Deos, de quem emana,--que vive hoje como viveo no dia em que com hum sopro de seus divinos labios, fez Deos esta machina que se chama Universo, com a mesma facilidade com que hum fabricante de vidros faz huma garrafa;--huma cousa que viveo na Grecia e no Oriente, no cume do Sinay e nos desertos do Egypto, nos rochedos do Atlas e nas margens do Tibre; e finalmente em todo o mundo, desde os tempos remotissimos em que Jacob se casou com as duas irmas Rachel e Lia, ate a epocha ainda proxima em que a rainha Carolina fazia de hum correio hum camarista, e os reis D.
In 1783, he wrote: "The foundation of our Empire was not laid in the gloomy age of Ignorance and Superstition, but at an Epocha when the rights of mankind were better understood and more clearly defined than at any former period.
Epocha Val'tera Skotta v Rossii: istoriceskij roman 1830-ch godov.
Viettel's foreign expansion strategy is strongly focused on Africa, and the firm owns several operators and licences across the region, including: Movitel of Mozambique, Viettel Cameroon and a 65% stake in Tanzanian mobile start-up Epocha & Golden Ocean Tanzania (trading as EGOTEL).
WOOD, THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: A HISTORY 37 (2002) (reporting that John Adams extolled the Boston Tea Party as "so bold, so daring, so firm, intrepid, and inflexible, and it must have so important consequences, and so lasting, that I can't but consider it an epocha in history").
Nevertheless, the young John Adams judged it so intrepid and consequential as to mark "an epocha in history.