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e·phem·er·a
[ih-fem-er-uh]
NOUN [PLURAL E·PHEM·ER·AS, E·PHEM·ER·AE]
1.
a plural of ephemeron.
2.
an ephemerid.
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Ephemera - Wikipedia

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Ephemera (singular: ephemeron) are any transitory written or printed matter not meant to be retained or preserved. The word derives from the Greek ephemeros,  ...

Ephemera | Definition of Ephemera by Merriam-Webster

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Define ephemera: things that are important or useful for only a short time : items that were not meant to have lasting value — ephemera in a sentence.

Ephemera Society of America

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A non-profit organization devoted to furthering the collection, study, and preservation of ephemera (paper items).

Ephemera | Define Ephemera at Dictionary.com

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Ephemera definition, a plural of ephemeron. See more.

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Ephemera - definition of ephemera by The Free Dictionary

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(Animals) a mayfly, esp one of the genus Ephemera. 2. something transitory or short-lived. 3. (Antiques) (functioning as plural) a class of collectable items not ...

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Examples of primary sources: Ephemera

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Aug 23, 2006 ... Ephemera are generally things that are printed for a specific occasion or purpose and aren't meant to last after their original use. Examples are: ...