A particular period of history, especially one considered remarkable or noteworthy. (noun) इतिहास का एक विशेष काल, विशेष रूप से उल्लेखनीय या उल्लेखनीय माना जाता है।
Examples of word epoch
Special elections require time, and, especially in epoch of such delicacy, special elections may inhibit the ability to pass important legislation.
Marriage, whatever its particular manifestation in a particular culture or epoch, is essentially about who may and who may not have sexual access to a woman when she becomes an adult, and is also about how her adulthood -- and sexual accessibility -- is defined.
In this street, stunt performers in epoch dresses walked around Lisbon in old cars and distributed the "Mad Men News" newspaper.
The correlation of all these factors and which ones may be dominant during a given epoch is still the subject of intense research and is more of a guesstimate than firmly established scientific factâ€ ¦ ..
Because many computers today store the number of seconds as a 32-bit signed integer, the Unix epoch is often said to last 231 seconds, thus “ending” at 03: 14: 07 Tuesday, January 19, 2038 (UTC).
This is a fact the significance of which cannot escape anyone, and one which incontestably marks an epoch from the point of view of chemists.
The slowness of historical change, the fact that any epoch always contains a great deal of the last epoch, is never sufficiently allowed for.
A French writer said a year or two, ago, 'our epoch is not particularly gay but it is passionately interesting.
As the Davidic epoch is the point of the covenant-people's highest glory, so the captivity is that of their lowest humiliation.