Contemporaries

  • (noun): All the people living at the same time or of approximately the same age.
    Synonyms: coevals, generation

Some articles on contemporaries:

Ali Jawad Zaidi - Biography - Contemporaries
... Ali Jawad Zaidi was one of the leading lights of progressive Urdu Literature movement ... This movement had other luminaries as well such as Ali Sardar Jafri, Kaifi Azmi etc ...
Evgeny Kliachkin - Works - Discography
... (1990) "To Russia" (1995) "To my contemporaries" (1995) "Wet waltz" and "Melody to the boat's rhythm" (1995) "To my contemporaries" (1996) "Beginnings and ends" (1996) "Nothing to feel sorry for" ... "Pskov," "A Child's Picture," "Coming Back," "The Wet Waltz," and "To My Contemporaries" are some of his more notable songs ...
Aelius Aristides - Works
... the shallow witticisms and insignificant ornaments of his contemporaries, and sought nourishment for his mind in the study of the ancients ... these defects, however, Aristides is still unsurpassed by any of his contemporaries ... of his surviving writings, although praised by his contemporaries, is of primary interest for the incidental light they cast on the social history of Asia Minor in the second century AD ...
Sally Purcell - Biography
... Her contemporaries remarked on Purcell's old-fashioned style of diction, which never used contractions ... own poetry was regarded by some of her contemporaries at least as of outstanding importance, precisely because it stood apart from the realism of the late twentieth ... individuality.The style was notably more lyrical and sonorous than many of her contemporaries, though it used an increasingly spare free verse, which was well described in a review of her ...