The Century

Some articles on the century:

Maritime History Of The United Kingdom - Chronology - Twentieth Century
... At the start of the century 25% of the world's trade was through British ports, 18% of this being to North America ... Trans-oceanic travel was important at the start of the century with transatlantic liners competing for the "Blue Riband" for the fastest crossing ... in ocean travel but then, towards the end of the century, cruise ships became important again ...
Seikima-II - History - 1982–1986: Formation and Early Success
... Demon II", is a play on the term seikimatsu (世紀末?) or "the end of the century" ... would go on to release their second album, The End of the Century ... were destined to disband at the end of the century (the year 1999) ...
A Quiver Full Of Arrows - The Century
... In his first year- he makes the team and has a terrific season but somehow injures his finger before the final match ... In his second year- he is in poor form and asks his captain to drop him from the finals ...
History of French Poetry - Nineteenth-century
... French poetry from the first half of the century was dominated by Romanticism, associated with such authors as Victor Hugo, Alphonse de Lamartine, and Gérard de Nerval ... movement would continue to be felt in the latter half of the century in wildly diverse literary developments, such as "realism", "symbolism", and the so-called fin de siècle "decadent" movement (see below) ... By the middle of the century, an attempt to be objective was made in poetry by the group of writers known as the Parnassians -- which included Leconte de Lisle, Théodore de Banville, Catulle Mendès ...
Central Park West Historic District - Structures - The Century
... The Century is a 1931 Art Deco structure ... The Century apartment building is located on the former site of the Century Theater, which was demolished in 1930 and 1931 to make way for the apartments ...

Famous quotes containing the word century:

    Wealth should not be seized, but the god-given is much better.
    Hesiod (c. 8th century B.C.)

    They are fools who do not know how much the half exceeds the whole.
    Hesiod (c. 8th century B.C.)