Amount of texts to »modern« 15, and there are 14 texts (93.33%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 119 Characters
Average Rating 2.267 points, 1 Not rated texts
First text on Aug 1st 2000, 02:30:57 wrote
Josef about modern
Latest text on Mar 2nd 2010, 16:15:48 wrote
the addressed Lord about modern
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on Mar 2nd 2010, 00:46:45 wrote
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Texts to »Modern«

Josef wrote on Aug 1st 2000, 02:30:57 about

modern

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»Hello, welcome to the Charles B. Ross sash & door factory. This is our most modern building on site (it is from 1910) and is powered by a diesel engine. Originally, though, the factory used a wood-burning steam engine, but that would be difficult to maintain. Note the jointer, planer and circular saw, as well as the barrels of sawdust. I don't use this machine, because it is too dangerous. Kill me now

-excerpt from me, at work.

venus wrote on Mar 14th 2003, 23:51:20 about

modern

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Modern culture is being re-structured by the empowerment of women.

whatevernext96 wrote on Nov 30th 2001, 21:39:19 about

modern

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I quite went off the word 'modernity'when, as a new graduate student in America, I was forced to attend a very solemn and rather pretentious seminar on 'The Modernization Of Japan'. We seemed to go round and round in circles and never really get anywhere. A metaphor for the modern world perhaps!

little sarah wrote on Mar 22nd 2001, 04:18:02 about

modern

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There is this thing called »modern« that we learn about at school. Sometimes it is big and sometimes it is small, but always it is full of a lot of rubbish.

Topical68 wrote on May 6th 2003, 21:52:16 about

modern

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What the hell are modern times when you think about it anyway? Why don't you watch Modern times by Charlie Chaplin and decide just how modern it is.

Liamara wrote on Oct 10th 2001, 21:51:55 about

modern

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It is not modern, to wear dark clothes only and to claim to be a designer.

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