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- n. an amount of time
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The intellectual tradition of “early sociology” traces its ancestry to the French sociologist Gabriel Tarde, but most of the research publications in this tradition appeared from the late 1920s to the early 1940s at approximately the same time period that the anthropology diffusion was getting under way.
By the time you read this a crisis will have been avoided for this week —the time period that most concerns the eurocracy.
Pregnancy is divided into 3 time periods called trimesters with each time period lasting about 3 months.
You know, I used to say during exam periods … my friend, who is still teaching at UNC-G, she spends that time period grading papers, and grading papers is the most miserable experience you can have.
Fat chance of that happening, as this was the time period when the Russian general accused the North Vietnamese of shooting their zillion-ruple missiles "like they were firecrackers."
I wanted that time period over before Velosovitch even knew it was happening.