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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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The factors to be considered include (1) post-conviction conduct, character, and reputation; (2) seriousness and relative recentness of the offense; (3) acceptance of responsibility, remorse, and atonement; (4) need for relief; (5) official recommendations and reports, including recommendations by the United States Attorney and the sentencing judge.
Some Korean community leaders attribute the absence of a well developed Korean Canadian CSO partly to the recentness of the immigration boom, the absence of 1.
He was more or less a consensus choice for Horse of the Year because victory at the Breeders' Cup carries an unreasonably heavy weighting, partly due to its recentness in the minds of those filling out ballots, partly because there are politics at work in maintaining the impenetrable reputation of the Cup as the day above all days in deciding championships.
1) The recentness of their immigration directly affected their rates of language use and citizenship acquisition.
The magnitude of the disturbance event and recentness of sampling following the 1993 flood would explain the vast differences between this study and that of Hosner and Minckler (1960), Robertson et al.
Indicators were selected for inclusion in the analysis where they provided information about the recentness and extent of an individual's benefit and employment experience.
Over three decades after its publication, its 1960's emphasis on the novelty of the writers discussed and the then recentness of Nigerian universities and journals has given over to the current attention to postcolonial issues such as nationalism and imperialism.
Finally, we assessed the effect of the ratio of DDE to DDT on the outcomes as a way to evaluate the effect of recentness of exposure to DDT.
Imagine my delight when I read that a positive decision to prohibit all logging in the area in perpetuity had been taken and, judging by the recentness of the research, was still being maintained today.
Researchers in this, and akin fields, seem over-inclined to judge knowledge only by its recentness.
The recentness of most probation-directed referrals probably reflects the implementation of the Drug Treatment and Testing Orders (DTTOs) under the 1998 Criminal Justice Act, which strengthened the involvement of the courts and the probation service in the treatment strategies of problem drug users.