Modern Day

Modern day refers to the present time but may also refer to:

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Lima Culture
... many temples 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 is another factor that plays a ...
Collingwood Football Club (VFL) - History
... joined the Victorian Football Association (which later became the modern day VFL in 1996) in 1892 ... Football League (which later became the modern day AFL in 1990), and has fielded its senior team in that competition every year since ... In 2000, the VSFL merged with the modern day Victorian Football League ...
Military Campaigns Under Caliph Uthman - Re-conquest of Sistan (Iran and Afghanistan)
... In the 7th century, the Persian Empire's province of Sistan extended from the modern day Iranian province of Sistan to central Afghanistan and the ... 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 - Music
... 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 ... Clean / Modern Day Mugging", a 2004 hip-hop song by rapper Daniel Dumile ...
Pre-Columbian Ecuador - Period of Integration and The Arrival of The Inca - The Incas
... 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 ... 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 ...

Famous quotes containing the words day and/or modern:

    Early in the morning, when day breaks, when all is fresh, in the dawn of one’s strength—to read a book at such a time is simply depraved!
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    And, in fine, the ancient precept, “Know thyself,” and the modern precept, “Study nature,” become at last one maxim.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)