Society - Contemporary Usage

Contemporary Usage

The term "society" is currently used to cover both a number of political and scientific connotations as well as a variety of associations.

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... A common contemporary use of @ is in email addresses (transmitted by SMTP), as in (the user jdoe located at site the domain) ... Ray Tomlinson is credited with introducing this usage in 1971 ... Another contemporary use of the @ symbol in American English is adding information about a sporting event ...

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