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.
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).
Zvelgiant is siandienines perspektyvos, poststrukturalizmo ir ziniu visuomenes epocha padare didele itaka ne tik ekonominiams ar bendriniams sociokulturiniams procesams, bet paveike ir monumento (architekturos objekto, skulpturos ir pan.
The Second Day of July 1776, will be the most memorable Epocha, in the History of America,' Adams wrote on July 3, 1776.
Toks poziuris paneigia nereta nuomone, kad su sovietines ideologijos apraiskomis turetume sieti isimtinai stalinistine epocha.
Savo teorija jis teigia, kad kiekviena nauja epocha kuria nauja, tik jai budinga komunikacini dirbini, kad negali buti aklo kartu politinio komunikavimo pranesimo peremimo.
Tuo metu buvo aktyviai pradeta vartoti ir globalizacijos savoka, kuria buvo apibudinamas procesas, sistema, salygos, varomosios jegos ir epocha (Steger 2008).
The Second Day of July 1776 will be the most memorable Epocha, in the History of America," John Adams wrote wife Abigail on July 3.