I would like to know which one is correct and if both are correct what is the difference. I want to say that some work was done more than 100 years ago. Do I say "This was done more than a century ago." or "This was done more than century ago." ? Somehow, I feel that the option including an article is correct in this case, but I am curious whether the other might be correct as well.
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