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American Empire

noun

  1. a style of American furniture making and related crafts from c1815 to c1840, corresponding to the French Empire and late English Regency styles.


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He had always loathed the “American Empire” and its neoconservative apologists, especially Jews.

They could call it “The Decline and Fall of the American Empire.”

Mexico, considered internationally, is to-day a province of the American Empire.

Behind him are the resources, productive machinery and surplus of the American Empire.

American Empire furniture was far simpler and is better suited to many American homes.

However, the small piano at once declares itself American Empire.

These owners and directors of the nation's wealth have been the real builders of the American Empire.

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