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epochal in a sentence

Example sentences for epochal

The impact of this epochal shift will be as strong on universities and their students as on society as a whole.
As those who had planned it had hoped, his capture was to prove an epochal event-but in ways they had not envisaged.
Others explain it as the result of epochal social change and the loss of moral ballast once supplied by communist ideology.
To see why, consider another epochal shift in the development of a rising economic power.
Considering the period in which it was developed, the idea of fish farming should be esteemed highly as an epochal accomplishment.
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