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As the Persian imitated in the slender shafts and capitals of his architecture the stem and flower of the lotus and palm, so the Persian court in its magnificent era never gave over the nomadism of its barbarous tribes, but travelled from Ecbatana, where the spring was spent, to Susa in summer and to Babylon for the winter.
The Grecian state is the era of the bodily nature, the perfection of the senses,--of the spiritual nature unfolded in strict unity with the body.
12 The publication of this era which most probably has influenced these fables, is the "Liber Facetiarum," l3 a book consisting of a hundred jests and stories, by the celebrated Poggio Bracciolini, published A.D.
But as might have been expected, it was New York City that was the record-breaker when the era of telephone expansion arrived.
* Friederich Nietzsche, the mad philosopher of the nineteenth century of the Christian Era, who caught wild glimpses of truth, but who, before he was done, reasoned himself around the great circle of human thought and off into madness.
* A noted educator of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries of the Christian Era. He was president of the Stanford University, a private benefaction of the times.
Monique Hedderson, Ph.D., from the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in Oakland, California, and colleagues evaluated implementation of an ERAS program for patients undergoing elective cesarean delivery.
8 (BNA): As the reign of each Japanese emperor defines an era in Japan's calendar, the era starting May 1 when the Crown Prince accedes to the throne one day after the Emperor abdicates will be called "Reiwa".
The opposite can be said about the home-run totals during the steroid era. Players like Rodriguez hit more home runs than in other eras.
CheckAlt, a leader in Check 21 payment and item processing solutions for financial institutions and merchants, announced on Tuesday the acquisition of the ERAS subsidiary from Diebold Incorporated (NYSER:DBD), a provider of self-service technology, security systems and related services.
The assumption that the Azes era is the same as the Vikrama era ultimately depends on Occam's Razor: the two eras certainly began around the same time, so the simplest model, in the absence of contrary evidence, is that they are two names for the same era.
He focuses considerably more on the "fourth era," now 15 years along since Hooded Americanism, and affirms that the Klan is indeed in at least temporary decline, largely because of a changed climate in which court cases damaged the Klan's credibility and depleted its resources--thanks in great part to the activities of Morris Dees and the Southern Poverty Law Center.