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Even in an era of cutbacks, some colleges see big performance halls as the new necessities.
Demographically and economically, our era is unique in human history.
I'm wondering how long this era shall last.
The use of wood, especially walnut and mahogany, was a main design feature of that era.
The era for one of the great experiments in education and the revolution which accompanied it has ended.
Yet here we were, writing in an era obsessed with celebrity and reality shows, .
Each era has its own dominating themes of global politics.
Typical of Victorian-era townhouses, the original stairwell was dark and confining.
For most college leaders, managing in this new era of uncertainty has meant hunkering down.

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