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1. of, relating to, or characteristic of contemporary styles or schools of art, literature, music, etc., esp those of an experimental kind
2. belonging or relating to the period in history from the end of the Middle Ages to the present

modern

Current. The latest. Typically refers to the most recent model of hardware or version of software.
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Ironically, in 1909, the year that work began to build a north wing to house a modernly designed Library, a fire broke out in the west wing destroying the existing Library except for 10,400 volumes.
What is sometimes seen modernly as a violation of cultural heritage practice, is instead commonplace for ancient societies, introducing an interesting discourse to the narrative of architecture and culture heritage--the role of reconstruction in interpretation.
Of special note is the friendship between Tusconi and Allison; their relationship is warm, believable, and modernly feminist without being preachy.
The restaurant has seating for 250, inside and out; dishes and portions for all tastes; the ambiance is definitely for the more modernly motivated, and the noise level tolerable; just.
With its beautifully and modernly decorated ballroom and four meeting rooms, the Steigenberger Hotel Business Bay offers a perfect Mice destination, she says.
The Hub's co-founder Lyn Williams, said: "Our modernly furnished and well-facilitated space offers a one stop cost effective solution that's more than just an office space.
If indeed the government's approach is modernly permissible, then the Supreme Court should say so and Miranda should become the exception to Quarles.
Modernly styled rooms, business amenities and more.
A comprehensive array of Shari'ah- compliant banking solutions are modernly formulated through a growing network of 21 branches located throughout the Kingdom, while always striving to develop services and update products in accordance with the Islamic rules.
A comprehensive array of Shari'ah compliant banking solutions are modernly formulated through a growing network of 21 branches located throughout the Kingdom, while always striving to develop services and update products in accordance with the Islamic rules.
Founding-era observers such as Adam Smith critiqued large corporations not on the ground of monopoly power--which he famously identified as a risk of all business activity, (34) and not solely of businesses organized as corporations--but also on the ground that dispersed ownership creates what would modernly be called agency problems towards which corporate and securities law have largely been aimed at addressing.
The Public Relations Manager Sultan Al-Khaldi stated that this special collection, which consists of five fragrances uniquely and modernly designed for women and men is reaching for the royal taste of those who love rich and rare fragrances.