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Synonyms for epochal

highly significant or important especially bringing about or marking the beginning of a new development or era

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Tick-tock, next: Finding epochal time in the writing center.
Rick Wakeman and The New World Symphony Orchestra, accompanied by The English Chamber Choir and the English Rock Ensemble, will celebrate this anniversary with a state-of-the-art, dramatic, live presentation of this epochal, classical-rock crossover work.
Sociology began as a discipline concerned with epochal social transformations, says Lachmann (sociology, State U.
A Midland firm has created a world's first stretched version of the epochal car - along with a trailer based on its perfectly-formed curves.
The Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) team has released its final results from WMAP's epochal 9-year mapping of the microwave background radiation.
Argyle says “Kennedy After Dallas: JFK's Return to the White House for an Epochal 2nd Term” builds on the historic record of his administration up to his death to speculate on what might have transpired had Kennedy not been killed.
The new series traces the development of man from the Big Bang through epochal events like the creation of tools and development of agriculture.
We are in the midst of epochal shift of consciousness brought about by technology and mass communication.
Education is the cornerstone of personal and community development, and providing educational opportunities for underprivileged children, especially girls, can make an epochal difference to an entire society," said Arif Amiri, chief executive officer of Emaar Retail.
John said "The pub- lic relations industry in the Middle East and wider West Asia is witnessing unprece- dented shifts led by the epochal socio-political changes sweep- ing the region.
The PR industry in the Middle East and wider West Asia is witnessing unprecedented shifts led by the epochal socio-political changes sweeping the region," said Mr John.
The public relations industry in the Middle East and wider West Asia is witnessing unprecedented shifts led by the epochal socio-political changes sweeping the region.
He was active in the Berlin Secession and went on to teach at the Bauhaus; it was Feininger's woodcut Cathedral, 1919, that served as the cover illustration for Walter Gropius's epochal Bauhaus manifesto.
Ahead of a major speech at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Mr Miliband said: "The epochal events in the Middle East this year have redefined foreign policy.
Apart from bringing unity and freedom to the people of that country, this epochal event also symbolizes more than anything else the end of the global confrontation between what was then the East and the West.