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  • Using this data, the following records can be retrospectively produced.
  • It has often been retrospectively described as a concept album.
  • It has been retrospectively considered a classic episode of the series.
  • This latter work has been retrospectively recognized to be the first scientific or medical book about child sexual abuse.
  • Shortly afterwards the game was retrospectively awarded test status.
  • The team played three matches against the South Africa national cricket team which were retrospectively awarded Test status.
  • The team played two matches against the South Africa national cricket team which were retrospectively awarded Test status.
  • This equipment was retrospectively fitted to earlier members of the class.
  • She was retrospectively approaching that miserable time when her suffering began. Cited from Wayside Courtships, by Hamlin Garland
  • The titles presented below have been retrospectively applied.
  • He could be retrospectively classified as a neurologist, but the field did not exist in his time.
  • It's highly likely that the conclusion will be against the business and that you will be retrospectively taxed a large amount.
  • The much admired hosts, however, had been retrospectively purchased and had to be replaced regularly.
  • Although not named as such at the time, the tour is retrospectively recognised as a British Lions tour.
  • He has been retrospectively rated as one of the best British-trained sprinters of the 20th century.
  • It was retrospectively decided by the ministry that the official opening date was 1 July.
  • Participants in individual events are retrospectively credited to their nationality of the time.
  • The only first-class match on the tour is one in March against a South African national team which was retrospectively awarded Test status.
  • He has been retrospectively recognised as the first Triple Crown winner.
  • The "first final figures" may in fact be retrospectively revised several times because of new sources, methods or conceptual changes.