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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - The property of having happened or appeared not long ago; A time immediately before the present.

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  • Unless the recentness is critical to the story, I would recommend leaving “recently convicted” out.
  • Taking a cue from Mrs. Coulter, some bullets of recentness, and a couple of links:
  • It only matters based on the scummimess factor, weighted by recentness and likeability.
  • Even so, despite the comparative recentness of the outrage, it was already starting to fade a little in the minds of a small but growing segment of the population. for more
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