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- n. Obsolete form of sentry.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See sentry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete variant of center.
- n. A contracted form of cemetery.
- n. A former spelling of sentry.
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How do you explain that the first decade of the 21st centry is the warmest on record?
I shoot both of them and have no compaints after half a centry of hunting (I will admit, I did have to replace a weakening detent spring on my 90 year old Mauser action after about 40-50,000 rounds).
America emerged from the Cold War a half-centry later as the most ideological of all industrial democracies in the world.
It is time to voted the older Repubicans and Democratic out of Washinton if we won't change becasue these old fools are never going to change in come into the 21 centry.
How can such an old grumpy granpa Mccain lead this complicated 21st centry world, when he spent his youth in a different era??
Barbara has turned 75! three quarters of a centry so we baked her cake and made some sandwitches and told her to invite some people to dinner.
His archetype, ofcourse, isderived from Superman, who was himself inspired by the turn-of-the-centry Phillip Wylie novel “Gladiator,” hence the designation.
I guess that one of the areas that has come to the forefront in the 21st centry is “culture”, partly because we have realised that in the 1980s-90s the emphasis on communicative language teaching and the individual, was lacking something.
The banker-bard Rogers (in Italy) was told a similar story concerning a widow of the Lambertini house (xivth centry).
Not entirely sure I undersatnd your question, but let's just say that if three network broadcast world of the mid-20th-centry is one extreme, and the unrestrained blogosphere free-for-all is the other extreme, than what we need is somewhere in the middle.