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a time immediately before the present

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the property of having happened or appeared not long ago

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Wifi isn't a hot enough topic to warrant daily news coverage, but it is a part of people's daily lives, and Pfauth says that's the type of reporting that proves his newsroom values "relevance over recentness.
It is important to consider the recentness of an intensely emotional life experience to avoid the initial phase of shock.
It is a very strong predictor of UTI in them, with frequency and recentness thereof increasing the risk (4, 7, 11, 12, 15).
Participants mentioned a number of valid criteria for credible sites, including the domain, authors' credentials, recentness, and presence of links to other reliable sites.
Because of the recentness of the NSA revelations and thus the dearth of empirical data regarding client behavior in response to data collection, the instrumentalist justification is admittedly attenuated.
Contrast this to one of the "striver" schools, which, owing to the recentness of their climb up the selectivity scale, don't have as many super-rich alumni to hit up for donations.
In Pfaff, Bergs and Hoffman's work on the expression of recentness and the English past progressive, they investigate the frequency this "hot news" perfect structure has in modern American and British English.
74) The admissions committee considers factors including the recentness of the conduct, the seriousness of the conduct, factors underlying the conduct, evidence of rehabilitation, positive social contributions of the applicant since the conduct, and the applicant's candor in the admissions process.
Here, the third limitation is the relative recentness of the third wave therapy conceptualizations and practice, which only started in the late 1980s and 1990s.
The recentness of the adoption of an injury-in-fact requirement
Motives for such skepticism and for evasion of military service might have included: only a minority of eligible citizens being likely to have voted on any particular policy measure in the Athenian assembly; (14) cynicism about the motives of politicians and the orators who proposed strategic policy; personal interest; and the recentness of prior military service.
It defines ancestor-descendant relationships in terms of relative recentness of common ancestry: Two taxa are deemed to be more closely related to one another than either is to a third taxon if they share a common ancestor that is not also shared by the third taxon.
Other results, especially those obtained from La Garma cave, are either archaeologically incoherent, or they do not provide enough relevant information due to the recentness of the dated formations.
Freshness: control messages recentness and prevent message replay attack.