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recent

adjective fresh, lately, new, newly arrived, not long past, novel, of recent occurrence, up-to-date
Associated concepts: in recent memory, recent possession, recently
See also: current, novel, present
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Recent Patents in Chemical Engineering" covers recent patents in chemical engineering, including oil recovery processes, food processing, hydroprocessing technologies, desalination and diesel particulate matter removal.
A recent illegal immigration crackdown at a number of Swift & Company meat-packing plants across the country illustrates the economic point that Americans will, when paid more than a sub-subsistence wage, fill the so-called undesirable jobs that only recent immigrants will take.
A perusal of some of the reform bills introduced in recent years proves the point: Members have introduced bills that would limit the federal government's ability to outsource work to the private sector.
Clearly, the high supernova-production rate must be related to this recent merger of the two galaxies," notes Immler.
2), and those whose annual income was $30,000 or more had higher odds of recent testing than those with an income of less than $15,000 (1.
The stellar returns found in the commodities markets in recent years have attracted the attention of large speculative investors who have helped propel the value of these assets to new highs, arguably in excess of the underlying value implied by fundamental supply/demand data.
As with any backup plan, the goal is to recover all of the data, and the success rate largely depends on how current the most recent backup date-time stamp is.
Recent immigrants in the Edmonton metropolitan area: Comparative portrait based on the 2001 census.
Women who always used condoms with their most recent partner in the past 12 months were categorized as consistent condom users; never or occasional use was categorized as inconsistent use.
br/ Target Audience: "The Rural Leader Magazine" Executive Managers: Eduardo Hoffmann/Gustavo Hoffmann Contact: Glaucia 55 11 3331-0488 or 3331-0686 (SP) Circulation: 70,000/month (the 2 titles) Recent headlines: A cotton sea in the Cerrado region Work.
Routledge's series "Shakespeare Criticism" follows on other attempts -- by Harold Bloom, for instance -- to anthologize recent work.
This increased optimism receives support from the forward-looking indicators of technical innovation and structural productivity growth, which have shown few signs of weakening despite the marked curtailment in recent months of capital investment plans for equipment and software.

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