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Synonyms for 1890s

the decade from 1890 to 1899

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An 1890s advert for Crane & Sons, of 217, Scotland Road, shows a young woman playing a piano in a cosy parlour decorated with ornaments and potted plants.
In the 1890s, politics was irrevocably transformed into something we are still cursed with today: the art of mastering the techniques of image dissemination and sound-bite control.
Among some of the other photos in the collection are ones showing Queen Victoria at her Diamond Jubilee celebrations in 1897 and an 1890 snap of Tower Bridge in London being built.
Lee Christine O'Brien's The Romance of the Lyric in Nineteenth-Century Women's Poetry (University of Delaware Press, 2013) includes extensive coverage of Rosamund Marriott Watson ("Graham Tomson"), increasingly a rising star for those interested in 1890s poets.
and Woloch (history, Barnard College) covers from the 1890s to the present, encompassing the entire twentieth century in which the United States ascended and solidified its role as a leading, and eventually sole world superpower.
Decades of research on the figures, major and minor, of the 1890s allow our author to ferret out all sorts of fascinating links with other figures of the time.
QUARTER-ACRE PLOT The five-bedroom Hirst Head House, built in the 1890s
We are supporting the 1890s, but the other focus has to be on the changing demographics--students have choices and some are going to MSIs (minority-serving institutions) and some are going to majority institutions.
Vintage dresses from the 1890s and daring outfits from the swinging 60s were among the gems being modelled on the catwalk at a special fashion show organised by a theatre group on Tyneside last night.
Painted in the late 1890s, it was originally bought in 1902 by Dr Max Linde, the German patron responsible for helping Munch establish his career in Germany.
Known as the Centennial Light, it was designed in the 1890s by Adolphe Chailet who competed with the likes of Thomas Edison.
It wasn't until the 1890s that technology was developed allowing newspapers to publish photographs.
DUM-DUM bullets were invented by the British Army in India in the 1890s, and named after the district of Calcutta where they were made.
From the 1890s on, there's always been an intimate relationship between what's on the screen -- the movies -- and where they're shown,'' notes Robert Rosen, dean of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.