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Edwardian

denoting, relating to, or having the style of life, architecture, dress, etc., current in Britain during the reign (1901--10) of Edward VII (1841--1910)
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The last two chapters are concerned with the final part of the Edwardian period.
And even those traits considered ripe for elimination can not be disposed of so easily as was believed in the Edwardian period.
Aimed at the undergraduate and graduate reader--the normative audiences for such anthologies--these brief discussions suggest a re-writing of the "new woman" through the history of feminist reform running from the 1869 Endowed School Act forward to the Edwardian period.
When combined with a nominal wage index, the revision converts a slight fall in employment real income during the Edwardian period into a slight rise and is more consistent with output indexes.
Although a colorful personality like Curzon finds mention in a seemingly endless number of memoirs and studies of the Edwardian period, Parker has confined his bibliography of contemporary comment and historical assessment to those works that bear most directly on Curzon's career.
However, the experiments of the Edwardian period were also yielding interesting fruit.
Visiting Beamish is as close to stepping back in time to the late Victorian/ Edwardian period as possible.
For the Edwardian period property, situated on Phillips Avenue in Linthorpe, provides the space and seclusion usually found on the outskirts of town in an area which is around a mile-anda-half from the town centre, allowing what the current owner describes as "the best of both worlds".
The edwardian period - 1901 to 1910 - was short but is viewed today as a period of relative peace and prosperity before the horrors of World War I changed everything.
Many of the buildings date from the late Victorian or early Edwardian period.
Primarily, Penylan is renowned for its Edwardian period homes, with its mixture of three to four-bedroom properties that have scope to be extended into the loft space and the ability to increase the property's value, subject to planning of course.