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By the seventeenth century, though, the tide had begun to turn.
Even if it can't compete with bright city lights, this month's full moon--on the seventeenth--still deserves attention.
The flies probably traveled aboard ships using the transatlantic trade routes during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
Make it the size of the solar system, what could reasonably be observed in the seventeenth century, and the argument applies.
Some of the musical instruments dated back to the seventeenth century.
The date is historically fixed at about the middle of the seventeenth century.
By the end of the seventeenth century the total number of known bodies in the solar system had more than doubled.
In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries the dream turned to personal monarchy.
IN the history of education the seventeenth century is a period of much interest and importance.
In the seventeenth century the conditions of colonial life were not propitious to any sort of writing, humorous or other.
The illustration of news pamphlets was common in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
But, during the last forty years of the seventeenth, a variety of styles survived.
The whole display makes it quite clear that the early sixteenth century had not much to learn from the early seventeenth.
The autopsy was performed on the seventeenth at two o'clock.
In his discussion of seventeenth century writers, he sounds surprisingly modern.
There was one collection of similes made in the sixteenth century, and three during the seventeenth.
Visitors from the seventeenth century left graffiti, as did pranksters for the next three hundred years.
It's been called bad because it appears to be a truncated, unauthorized version of the play-a sort of seventeenth-century bootleg.
Seventeenth-century wall built on top of a thirteenth-century sheep creep.
In the seventeenth century, both the lute and viol often accompanied singing.

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