Results for: Era

What was the flapper era?

The flapper era was during the 1920s, also known as the Roaring Twenties, in the US. Flappers were young women who behaved and dressed in a boldly unconventional manner for wo (MORE)

What is era in baseball?

E.R.A. stands for Earned Run Average. It is the average earned runs scored upon a pitcher per nine innings of work. It is called Earned because if a fielder makes an error a (MORE)

When was the Motown era?

Technically it's still going on, as Motown still exists as a record label within the Universal Music group; but most people consider the "Motown era" to be either from 1959 to (MORE)

What era is called era of creepers?

Mesozoic era is called the era of creepers.In this era there are three periods viz Triassic,Jurassic and carboniferous. It is found that in Triassic era, reptiles were evolved (MORE)
In Science

How does an era begin?

Its usually something big, like an invention that changed the world. For example, the Neolithic age started when people invented farming and domestication. That invention chan (MORE)
In History

How long is an era?

100 Years,. Correction: Asking how long an era is, is the same as asking how long is a piece of string. An era can be any segment of time that can be distinguished. Such as, t (MORE)
In Geology

Is the the Cenozoic era the last era?

As a matter of fact, yes! We are still in the Cenozoic Era in our current time.
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What is marketing era?

A marketing era is one of the many phases that marketing has  evolved through over the years. After the 1950s more emphasis was  placed on what customers needed and wanted i (MORE)

What was the federalist era?

The Federalist Era describes the period of time between 1789 and  1801. It is so named because during this time, the Federalist Party  was the dominant political party. The (MORE)
In Science

What is longest era?

It's not a brilliant question you haven't said what scale you're looking at - Cosmic, Geologic, etc, Geological time is divided as follows: Hadean 800 million yearsArchean 1 (MORE)