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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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Although the recentness of the twenty-sixth amendment's
It is also important to consider the quality of the experiences as opposed to the recentness of the experiences.
The Guangdong Provincial Museum looks worn and incomplete despite the recentness of its opening.
It could be tentatively argued that, given the recentness of the new fleet, some customers might have been biased in their judgements by the memory of the old buses still in use just few weeks before the survey was taken.
Students were selected according to the following criteria: recentness of placement or re-evaluation data, psychological and school reports indicating the possibility or diagnosis of high mathematical ability and/or specific LDs affecting the student's academic performance, and the willingness of the parents and schools to participate in the research.
Similarly, the relative recentness of the Anglophone experience in our sample (5) might have caused a change in values that is only temporary.
Given the innovative nature as well as the recentness of the ENP as a policy tool, it is particularly interesting to analyse whether it has been effective in initiating change in the partner states.
Due to the recentness of the announcement, companies are still not sure how they will proceed.
And the gray weather-stain not only gave the house the aspect of age," Melville wrote, "but worse; for in association with palpable evidences of its recentness as an erection, it imparted a look forlornly human, even the look of one grown old before his time.
Despite reams of self-incriminating testimony of those whose feet were on the pedal accelerating the United States and the United Kingdom into war against Saddam Hussein in the aftermath of 9/11, not one line of Voodoo Histories is written about this undeniable conspiracy, an oversight particularly noticeable in light of the recentness of the event and the irrefutable effect it has had on the policies and politics of both the United States and its Anglophone ally, the United Kingdom.
See supra note 37 (describing recentness of recording devices and trend of recording police officers).
Akin to war memorials--yet more affecting because of the recentness of the events, the closeness and familiarity of the places, and because enough detail is given to suggest a sense of the other lives affected--is the list of all those killed in Northern Ireland's Troubles.