Nor do the more Democratic eras necessarily produce Democratic presidents, or vice versa.
Spilling from the old vehicle were hippies of all eras decked out in tie-dye and top hats bejeweled with feathers and beads.
There are many written descriptions of physical disabilities, epilepsy, and mental illness from all eras.
As ends of eras go, he recalls, it was mostly whimper and not much bang.
So we had three eras: 1900-1935—capital beats labor; 1935-1960—labor beats capital; 1960-1980—capital beats labor.
But in some eras we distinguish more clearly than in others the effect of human personalities.
But that, in their eras of dominance, they were almost as firmly believed in as if they had been proved.
For aught we can tell the present is an era of quietude and slow change, compared with some of the eras which have preceded it.
She knows the names and eras of china, and has discrimination.
All eras in a state of decline and dissolution are subjective; on the other hand, all progressive eras have an objective tendency.
1716, earlier aera (1610s), from Late Latin aera, era "an era or epoch from which time is reckoned," probably identical with Latin aera "counters used for calculation," plural of aes (genitive aeris) "brass, copper, money" (see ore, also cf. copper).
The Latin word's use in chronology said to have begun in 5c. Spain (where, for some reason unknown to historians, the local era, aera Hispanica, began 38 B.C.E.; some say it was because of a tax levied that year). Like epoch, in English it originally meant "the starting point of an age;" meaning "system of chronological notation" is c.1640s; that of "historical period" is from 1741, e.g. the U.S. Era of Good Feeling (which was anything but) in reference to the Monroe Administration (1817-24), attested from 1817.