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CE stands for "Common Era" or, rarely "Christian Era." The word "common" simply means that it is based on the most frequently used calendar system: the Gregorian Calendar.
Both take as their starting point the year when 4th century Christian scholars believed Jesus Christ was born, designated as AD 1 or 1 CE.
Decades later, they remain split, but the consensus seems to be that the decision to use one or the other is a personal or organizational preference.
With some rather heated debate, authors, pundits, scholars, and literary style masters took one side over the other.
Veselka, 144 2nd Ave, East Village I’ve never been dissatisfied with what I’ve ordered at Veselka – the food is tasty and affordable.
In business since 1954, this Ukrainian restaurant’s menu is highlighted by its mouthwatering pierogies (spinach and cheese or meat) and Borscht (beet) soup, which I love, that comes with pork and chicken.
This results in sales of recycled commodities of around 10 million tonnes a year.
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