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1. The room had the elegance of a bygone era.
2. The era was characterized by political and cultural turbulence.
3. We live in an era of instant communication.
4. It's the end of an era.
5. We are in a new era of information.
6. She envisages an era of great scientific discoveries.
7. The Christian era starts with the birth of Christ.
8. In the mass production era multinational firms tended to centralize their operations.
9. They had worked for peace during the long era of conflict.
10. A new era was brought into being by the fall of Communism.
11. The president's speech heralds a new era in foreign policy.
12. The moon landing inaugurated a new era in space exploration.
13. How many a man has dated a new era in his life from the reading of a book!
14. Concorde inaugurateda new era in aeroplane travel.
15. The buildings reflect the elegance of a bygone era.
16. We are living in the computer era.
17. The headmaster was a leftover from the Victorian era.
18. Average family size has decreased since the Victorian era.
19. We are living in the information era.
20. His death marked the end of an era.
21. We're in an era of fitness and health worship.
22. These elections mark the end of an era.
23. Improved graphics took computer games into a new era.
24. The country has entered an era of high unemployment.
25. Our era produces a host of heroes and heroines.
26. The president's memoir disinterred a past era.
27. We live in an era of religious uncertainty.
28. The main character in her latest novel is a composite of several public figures of that era.
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29. The two leaders have laid the foundations of a new era in cooperation between their countries.
30. The birth of their first child marked the beginning of a new era in their married life.
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