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  • At other times, it is much more recent or even contemporary.
  • Within the contemporary music scene itself, there are also works which are generally regarded as extreme.
  • Unlike many of his contemporaries, he has been a subject of continued interest.
  • These are short games related to contemporary events designed to illustrate a point.
  • Burmese contemporary art has developed rather on its own terms and quite rapidly.
  • For a longer list, see the List of contemporary classical double bass players.
  • It is a historical and contemporary centre for education, the arts, administration, economy and industry.
  • If he had any reasons of state for such actions they remained unknown to his contemporaries.
  • Since the name was a popular one, there are contemporaries of the same name.
  • Some well known contemporary artists are mentioned below.
  • There are three basic forms of contemporary street performance.
  • After the turn of the century, he attracted notice among his black contemporaries.
  • According to contemporary English accounts, Henry was directly involved in the hand-to-hand fighting.
  • Their growing interest in folk music coincided with a contemporary social interest in traditional national culture.
  • He is still popular among many of his contemporaries, particularly in his own Centre Party.
  • Upon its release, contemporary critical opinion was mostly positive.
  • This meeting made a great impression on contemporaries, but its political results were very small.
  • Recently, graffiti and street art have played a key role in contemporary wall painting.
  • He made excellent progress here, despite his late start, and caught up with his contemporaries within four years.
  • Written records of his speeches are only about half the length of his contemporaries.
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Meaning of contemporary

  • noun A person of nearly the same age as another