epoch in a sentence

An epoch date may be associated with coordinates of control network.

It is the epoch of the technological singularity.

The temporal equivalent of a series is an epoch .

The epoch also differed from the current value.

The music of this epoch was characterized by complex improvised ornamentation.

More developments are covered epoch by epoch in the following sections.

More developments are covered epoch by epoch in the following sections.

A geological epoch from about 65 to 55 million years ago.

The date is specified in terms of milliseconds since the epoch .

Data were recorded in 5 second epochs .

This epoch experienced important geographic and climatic changes that affected human societies.

Over geological epochs cracks expand to become caves and cave systems.

This new epoch is already blessedly forming around you.

Both stylistically and technologically this epoch was really tumultuous.

The critic generally substituted his own definitions of epochs .

This change has almost no ramifications for historical epochs .

But with Bentley began a new epoch .

Serious prose most often is, in our present epoch .

Some elements remind decor traditions of Russian churches of the epoch .

Again, dating identifies the epoch of the elevations.

This was the end of an epoch in world history.

An epoch cannot be more strikingly and faithfully delineated.

On the Xbox 360, the epoch is 1980.

This ended the so-called “heroic” epoch of Swiss history.

In the epoch of liberalism the danger was no longer recognized.

But this epoch was also the dawn of chemistry.