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  • This would finally round out the band to its current line-up.
  • They then went on a search to find the current line-up.
  • In the early days, a few other methods of current collection were used.
  • This will include new songs along with old songs re-recorded with the current line-up.
  • Individuals appear to be able to keep track of the current location of their family members.
  • The current rules do not provide for a two-player game.
  • New members joined later to form the current line up.
  • Had the current rule been in play, France would have won instead.
  • They may also be used to create a current that brings in food.
  • And this is all a current computer program would do.
  • All original members except the original guitarist perform in the current line-up.
  • Players progress to the next level once all enemies on the current level are defeated.
  • The band went through major line-up changes during its first years, until the current line-up formed.
  • The following are former or current residents of the town.
  • In still others, the current is entirely due to positive charge flow.
  • The current flows at a rate of about four km per hour.
  • If so, the patient is asked for name, current location, and current day and time.
  • The current line-up decided to take the project more seriously.
  • The last decade has seen them settle on their current line-up.
  • They have released five studio albums, and the current line-up is composed of founding members only.
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Meaning of current

  • noun A flow of electricity through a conductor
    the current was measured in amperes
  • noun A steady flow of a fluid (usually from natural causes)
    the raft floated downstream on the current, he felt a stream of air, the hose ejected a stream of water
  • adjective Occurring in or belonging to the present time
    current events, the current topic, current negotiations, current psychoanalytic theories, the ship's current position