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belonging to the same period of time as another

existing or occurring at the same moment

characteristic of recent times or informed of what is current

one of the same time or age as another

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a person of the present age

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a person of nearly the same age as another

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characteristic of the present

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belonging to the present time

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occurring in the same period of time

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Nelson (Standing Rock Sioux), a children's author with 28 years of teaching experience in public schools, emphasizes contemporariness above all.
of this concept to Nietzsche, who defines contemporariness as an
Irresistible Sonnets, edited by poet Mary Meriam, collects seventy-one examples of this compact, often emotionally dense form, and in doing so, demonstrates its contemporariness.
One reason among many that this color felt so wrong was that its contemporariness short-circuited the sculpture's ability to travel through time.
Xilin Cheng's "Fiction and Fact: The Contemporariness of Post-War American Novel and Neo-Realism," published in Foreign Literature Studies, discussed Mailer's novels in the context of post-World War II American writings.
Commenting on signing Bollywood Actress Katrina Kaif as its brand ambassador, Mr Sushil Matey, Chief Operating Officer, H&R Johnson (India) said, "The Johnson brand continues to be the most trusted name in the Home Lifestyle category and represents values of trust-worthiness, innovation & contemporariness.
In fact, Foster's music changes little in response to trends, nor does it often employ the easy cultural signifiers that allegedly hipper acts put on display to indicate contemporariness.
Shakespeare's work is actively engaged with, so that its contemporariness is the result of a constant dialogue between the present and the past, rather than the product of uncritical acceptance or even a spurious fidelity.
The more significant thing was the outcome of contemporariness," she said, noting that their goal was to showcase different perspectives of modernity.
But the field is undoubtedly wide open for brands to play with the parameters of craft, innovation and design and look for revolutionary ways to make an impact--steering their look away from the restricted, the uniform and the safe, to a state of connection, contemporariness and constant evolution.
Art Daily says that when the museum was established, the collection was supposed to fulfill the desired goal of association with the West and to generate a sense of contemporariness in 1970s Iran.
Director Kulthoum said in a statement to SANA the participation in the Festival comes through a film "that aspires for contemporariness without giving up the daily concerns and anxieties of people," which is going to compete with the rest Arab and foreign films.
The evening aims to be a confluence of contemporariness and tradition and the organisers are leaving no stone unturned to add the colour and zest synonymous with India and its culture.
It is not just for the managers with contemporariness of behavioral science at workplace, but also includes essence of the traditional approaches.
In fact, our findings could have potential public policy implications and ramifications giving the contemporariness of executive compensations in the debates surrounding current global economic turmoil.
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