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in the Common Era

 and in the C.E.
[of dates] a year after the year 1 according to the Western calendar. (Offered as a replacement for Anno Domini and A.D.) The comet was last seen in the year 1986 in the Common Era. The Huns invaded Gaul in 451 C.E.
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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.
I am proud to recognize the hard-earned efforts of Joe Castillo and ERA Mi Casa," said Charlie Young, president and CEO of ERA Real Estate.
Veterans who served in both Gulf War era I and Gulf War era II are classified into the latter category.
Members of the Teamsters Human Rights Commission and Students Against Sweatshops leafleted a Foot Locker in Buffalo, New York yesterday to kick off an international campaign for solidarity to demand that New Era Cap end discrimination and worker intimidation at its Mobile, Alabama facility.
82 ERA at UCLA, helping the Bruins into the NCAA Regionals, which begin today.
ERA accepts computer monitors, televisions, AV equipment, outdated computers, peripherals, PDAs and RMAs, LCD monitors, LCD televisions, laptops, plasma screens, fax machines, copiers and other electronic items.
This detailed and provocative analysis of the Rosas Era questions engrained assumptions about the nature of Caudillo politics in post-independence Argentina and, one might add, Latin America.
Obviously, the book is valuable for this update and new focus on the "fifth era," but no doubt a longer book by him focused wholly on this topic would be of great value.
That rose to 51% in the HIV era and 60% in the HAART era.
The extraordinary challenge of crime led to monumental responses: enter LEAA and a whole new era of experimentation in policing as government tried desperately to leverage its resources in creative and innovative ways to make the streets safe again.
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The ERA actually failed by a close margin, just 3 states short of the 38 needed for ratification.
An Alaskan company above all else, Era was determined to weather the economic hardships and make it through for their employees and the communities they served.
Future historians will refer to this period as the information era, because information technology is profoundly affecting every profession and business.
Its periodic, historical, cost-basis financial statements served the bygone industrial era well but are not sufficient for evaluating information-era companies.