tercentennial


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Synonyms for tercentennial

the 300th anniversary (or the celebration of it)

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As the municipality touted the tercentennial, township people remembered their long oppression.
The 1999 storm was even worse, with 10,000 trees damaged or uprooted, and the tercentennial celebration had to be cancelled.
Indeed there is ample evidence Ritchie had significant input into the writing of Copland's 'The State and the Entrepreneur' which he gave at the 1936 Harvard Tercentennial.
Haykin, ed., The Life and Thought of John Gill (1697-1771): A Tercentennial Appreciation (Leiden: Brill, 1997).
The reeducation and conversion of archenemies to informants included tours in industrial complexes and cities celebrating 1 May and the tercentennial of the Treaty of Pereiaslav that brought left-bank Ukraine into the tsarist domain.
The first proposal I brought to them was an idea to develop an exhibit for Detroit's tercentennial celebration.
Beginning in the late nineteenth century, her prospective canonization became a point of pride for American Catholics; in 1980, the tercentennial of her death, Pope John Paul II made her the first Native American to be beatified.
More than half of the content of the third bibliography derives from the 2003 tercentennial. Intriguingly, the first volume of the Yale edition of Edwards's Works, published in 1957, appears on 211, so that nearly two-thirds of the content relates to items that have appeared since that date (though it has to be said that the volume of the summaries tends to increase over time).
During the tercentennial celebration of the formation of Khalsa in 1999, the Centre declared Damdama Sahib the fifth takht.
The politically charged work that she did produce--her Negro Tableaux for the 1907 Jamestown Tercentennial, The Spirit of Emancipation (1913), and her signature piece, Ethiopia Awakening (1921)--focuses on racial uplift rather than protest.
Michael Hunter is the co-editor, with Michael Cooper, of Robert Hooke: Tercentennial Studies published by Ashgate ISBN: 075465365X This includes a complete listing of modern writings on Hooke.
Prize-winning author Gordon Wood (The Radicalism of the American Revolution; The Creation of the American Republic, 1776-1787) gives us a fresh view of one of America's founding fathers, whose tercentennial will be celebrated in 2006.