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Synonyms for epoch

Synonyms for epoch

a particular time notable for its distinctive characteristics

Synonyms for epoch

a period marked by distinctive character or reckoned from a fixed point or event

(astronomy) an arbitrarily fixed date that is the point in time relative to which information (as coordinates of a celestial body) is recorded

a unit of geological time that is a subdivision of a period and is itself divided into ages

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Epoch had a system in place known as a 'depth of market stop loss' function to mitigate its exposure in the event that an unexpected market circumstance caused a significant reduction in expected liquidity of the futures contracts.
The onset of the Anthropocene epoch is not a new proposition.
Epoch has opened four locations in Arkansas since December 2013.
The total number of walking bouts was calculated as the sum of discrete walking bouts, with the start of a walking bout defined as a sampling epoch with activity (nonzero) and the end of a bout defined as a sampling epoch with no activity (zero strides).
According to Epoch, approximately 99% of the shares voting at a special meeting of stockholders voted in favor of the adoption of the merger agreement, which represented approximately 83% of Epoch's total outstanding shares of common stock as of the February 8, 2013 record date.
Country: USASector: Banking/Financial ServicesTarget: Epoch Holding CorpBuyer: TD Bank GroupDeal size in USD: 668mType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Agreed
Together, Epoch Homes and Old Harbor Homes have partnered to win a number of design awards.
Epoch Training is offering fully-funded vocational courses where learners can gain accredited qualifications in numeracy, literacy, ICT, personal and social development.
For Zhou, the story embodies the mission of The Epoch Times: To better inform its readers on Chinese affairs with insights that American journalists might lack--all without political censorship.
Rose Pak is known to be the spokeswoman of [the] Chinese Communist Party, as well as a special agent for the Chinese Communist Party," according to the Epoch Times.
Besides differing from the preceding era, a new epoch encapsulates its essentials in a new reality, a process referred to in some studies of biological and cultural evolution as 'transcend and include'.
Epoch Industries has been the first to set many benchmarks in the production, sales and distribution of idler rolls.
Also new to Epoch are Janet Strok, regional director of marketing for skilled nursing facilities in New England, and Elizabeth Ventresca, regional director of marketing for assisted living in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
The older group dates from the Paleocene epoch, 56 million years ago, when global temperatures were rising.
This course change will undoubtedly occur at such magnitude that it merits discussion as a new forestry epoch.