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    recent centuries

    Hi

    This was going on in Europe until recent centuries.

    --- "until recent centuries" - how to paraphrase it???

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    Re: recent centuries

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    This was going on in Europe until recent centuries.

    --- "until recent centuries" - how to paraphrase it???
    This was going on in Europe until two or three (or whatever time period is accurate) centuries ago.

    This continued to happen in Europe until the early 17th (or whatever time period is accurate) century.

    Petra

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