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Synonyms for contemporary

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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The 36-year temporary Planning law, is no more than a historical document fit to be used in the archives of the history of Jordanian legislations for one of the many phases of development in the Kingdom; it is no longer suitable in shape and content to structure the planning mechanism for an ambitious state such as Jordan, which seeks to confront the challenges of modernity and contemporariness, achieve economic and social development, and efficiently exploit the limited resources available.
Given the ineluctability of cultural, lingual and social translations in this hybrid contemporariness for transnational understanding, complexities are unavoidable.
All readers will come away better informed about Machen's personality, which, for a book originally written so long ago, carries an aura of contemporariness in its presentation of Machen's attractions to others, of his varied career activities (though creative writing was never obliterated by his journalistic or theatrical employment), his relationships with his wives, and the impact of his personal experience upon his creative work.
On the other hand woman as an official subject, vis-a-vis the existence of conservative circles, began to be discussed as a woman who painted and these measures became an important indicator of civilization and the contemporariness.
Gertrude Stein says this, enacts this emphatically in her own essays--to act out of one's unprecedented contemporariness is to be able to tolerate, even enjoy, not knowing where one is going even in sustained forays.
This point may seem minor relative to "The Creation," but it becomes more significant with later poems, where the contemporariness of the messages and the race of the subjects come into play.
My solution to the dramatic and theatrical content of the text was to create comic strips that give a new contemporariness to Aesop's fables.
Pound and Eliot are fascinating figures to me still because they're thought to be great experimenters, and yet in some ways their major experiment was bringing old work back into liveliness and contemporariness.
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