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    For the previous few centuries.

    Can I replace "For the previous few centuries" with the following time expression?

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    Re: For the previous few centuries.

    Welcome to the forum, margy.

    Your post is incomplete.

    Please give us a full sentence to consider containing the phrase you are asking about and your suggested replacement.

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    You will notice that I have changed your thread title from 'Question' for the following reason:

    Extract from the Posting Guidelines:

    'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'

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    Re: For the previous few centuries.

    There is no "following time expression".

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