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Word: historical

Definition: connected with history; based on events in history (whether regarded as important or not)

Sentences Containing 'historical'

"of course" this is historical Armenia...
A few buildings of very important historical and historical political interest remain nearby.
A historical marker was erected outside the church by Georgia Historical Commission in 1956.
A special pleader was a historical legal occupation.
Arguments for and against. Historical overview summary table.
Both were noted for their historical inaccuracies.
Dragons appear on a few other historical maps.
Famous during his life, he slipped into historical obscurity.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
He made the recording for historical posterity.
He stated, "This is a historical issue...
Historical and alternative regions of England
Historical conceptions of female sexuality.
Historical development and etymology of the term.
Historical Logic for International Engagement.
Historical references to Smalley Common..
However, most of their work was focused on other historical periods.
However, only Tandikat has had historical volcanic activity.
In 1890 he was president of the American Historical Association.
In 2001 it was renamed to its historical name.
In the listings below: Historical notes.
It is a place of both mythological and historical importance.
It is currently classified as a historical monument.
It is now a historical museum with research library.
Its historical significance is threefold.
More historical background is needed here.
Most of the route is shared with other services: Historical route.
NCDC provides the historical perspective on climate.
No historical sites have been identified along the route.
No Western historical record of this event remains.
Occasionally I'll use an item that has historical value."
Our benefactors are great figures of historical heritage.
Passage through a turbulent era: historical..
Patigrabana was a historical city in Parthia.
Reviewed in "The English Historical Review" 7.
San Francisco Museum and Historical Society
She especially likes writing historical fiction.
She is not mentioned in ancient Roman historical sources.
The area is part of the historical region of Styria.
The area is part of the historical Styria region.
The historical Lacandón needed to rely on only themselves.
The Hoover Historical Center is located there.
The miracle, they believed, was a powerful historical event.
The owners and the Ohio Historical Society cooperated to place a historical marker at the site in 2001.
The society posts markers at historical sites.
There are no written historical records available.
There are some noteworthy historical inaccuracies in the film.
There have been a number of historical Invasions of Hanover including:
There were historical traditions and sophisticated use of historical method in ancient and medieval China.
This is a location of historical and symbolic importance.

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