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recent

[′rē·sənt]
(evolution)
Referring to taxa which still exist; the antonym of fossil.

Recent

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These together with the recentness of the sexual intercourse could have contributed to their symptoms.
The case is quite different with Hitler for a plethora of reasons--among them the odious dogmas behind his destructiveness, its enormous scale, the recentness of the events.
Thus Marlow's imagining of the Roman landing in Britain not only re-pictures the frame narrator's vision of the Thames by inverting the man/nature hierarchy, but also casts doubt on the master narrative of historical progress and points up the recentness of human dominion over the environment, which, as Marlow's analogy of civilization to a flicker suggested and as his ensuing narrative will reinforce, is impermanent and brief.
Given the recentness of innocence reforms, few systematic program reviews appear to exist.
18) Furthermore, Hispanic-American novelty of recentness is challenged during the same dialogue between Manolo and Josefina when she accurately explains Hispanic presence in North America as existent for several centuries and underscores U.
Gender 5 male, 5 female Race 8 Caucasian, 1 Hispanic, 1 African-American Recentness of Range 8-62 years vision loss Living arrangement 5 with spouse or significant other, 1 with other relative, 4 alone Primary travel aid 6 white cane, 4 dog guide Employment status 7 employed, 1 self-employed, 2 retired Highest education 1 high school, 2 college, 7 graduate degrees Braille 7 users, 3 nonusers
Despite the recentness of the discovery, we have already attained 'respectable' efficiencies.
4 represents the recentness of the use of the particular approach to regression test prioritization.
Due to its recentness, MRI is a very fruitful area of research in the bioengineering and signal processing fields [1], as it addresses the problem of developing an imaging tool that does not use ionizing radiation, and enables further studies in the image reconstruction and data acquisition areas.
The FRAX fracture risk assessment tool has limitations, and in particular does not include the number and recentness of previous fractures, the risk of falls and the dose and duration of glucocorticoids.
Throughout, there is a sense of something that has been there forever that perhaps belies the recentness of the refurbishment.