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    middle centuries

    Hi

    Does "middle centuries" mean the same as "middle ages"?

    For example: That took place during the middle centuries of the last millennium.

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    Re: middle centuries

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    Does "middle centuries" mean the same as "middle ages"?

    For example: That took place during the middle centuries of the last millennium.
    By itself, "middle centuries" doesn't mean anything.
    But from your example, given that the last millennium was 1001 to 2001, the middle centuries would be around 1400-1600, and therefore would not be in the "middle ages".

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