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These temperatures are the highest in recorded history.
Attitudes toward gender roles have changed throughout history.
No other band in recent history has sold as many concert tickets.
I’m writing a book on this area’s history.
The university has a distinguished history.
an unusual building with a checkered history
the history of Spain
I feel like a part of my history has been taken away.
It’s important to consider a child’s medical history.
the history of economic thought
This book was a landmark in the history of English fiction.
a history of the Romans
The book provides a comprehensive history of World War Two.
For the first time in its 70-year history the club has admitted women members.
The town can trace its history back to the Gold Rush.
He’ll go down in history as one of our finest presidents.
The country has a long history of political kidnappings.
He’s got a history of cheating on his girlfriends.
She has a history of skipping school.
They have a family history of heart disease.
History will show that the government’s reforms were misplaced.
She made history by becoming the first woman to orbit the Earth.
He took her to see his publisher, and the rest is history.
This is the American English definition of history. View British English definition of history.