recent

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  • In recent years, it has usually been in mid-February and sometimes even earlier.
  • The use of the name is relatively recent, and the older term is still common.
  • Recent literature, however, has looked toward the father as having an important role in child development.
  • It is also where the language has evolved the most in recent years.
  • This portion of the economy has been rapidly growing in recent years.
  • In recent years, she has moved into the field of producing, both in television and film.
  • The recent death of his father may have also influenced his behavior.
  • Recent changes have resulted in the majority of members leaving.
  • The service sector in general has experienced growth in recent years, as has construction.
  • However, in recent years, the financial services sector has gained in importance in the city.
  • It is also the most recent island, and therefore has rocky soil.
  • But recent scholarship has made it clear that more was involved.
  • The term is of recent use and is not commonly used in psychology.
  • Other methods are used for more recent events.
  • In recent years, the husband's surname cannot be used in any official situation.
  • The table below shows the historical population of Athens in recent times.
  • In recent years, the penalty corner has gained importance as a goal scoring opportunity.
  • Currently, this is the most recent major league sports championship for the city of Cleveland.
  • Growth of the industry in recent years raised a number of ecological questions.
  • In recent years flamenco has become popular all over the world and is taught in many countries.
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