Modern day refers to the present time but may also refer to:
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... province of Sistan extended from the modern day Iranian province of Sistan to central Afghanistan and the Balochistan province of Pakistan ... After that the army marched to Zaranj, in modern day south western Afghanistan ... The Muslims reached the hill town of Zor, in modern day central Afghanistan ...
... Modern Day Zero, a band Modern Day Drifter, a 2005 country album by Dierks Bentley "Modern Day Prayer", a song on Twothirtyeight's 2002 album You Should Be Living "Mr ... Clean / Modern Day Mugging", a 2004 hip-hop song by rapper Daniel Dumile ...
... See also Inca Empire The Inca civilization expansion northward from modern-day Peru during the late 15th century met with fierce resistance by several Ecuadorian tribes, particularly the Cañari, in the region ... and that of the Cara, and thus incorporated most of modern-day Ecuador into Tawantinsuyu, as the Inca empire was known ... The influence of these conquerors based in Cuzco (modern-day Peru) was limited to about a half century, or less in some parts of Ecuador ...
... culture was an indigenous civilization which existed in modern day Lima, Peru during the Early Intermediate Period, extending from roughly 100 to 650 ... known as huacas, which are still preserved throughout the city of Lima to this day ... Since these archeological sites are buried within modern day Lima, it is difficult to access the archeological remnants that still exist without disrupting the city, which ...
Famous quotes containing the words day and/or modern:
“Is money money or isnt money money. Everybody who earns
it and spends it every day in order to live knows
that money is money, anybody who votes it to be
gathered in as taxes knows money is not money. That
is what makes everybody go crazy.... When you earn
money and spend money every day anybody can know the
difference between a million and three. But when you
vote money away there really is not any difference
between a million and three.”
—Gertrude Stein (18741946)
“However far modern science and technics have fallen short of their inherent possibilities, they have taught mankind at least one lesson: Nothing is impossible.”
—Lewis Mumford (18951990)