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They are unquestionably penitent now; but then, you know, they have the recollection of very recent suffering fresh upon them.
The recent concessions made by the Spanish Government have been seen by the Philippine public.
Recent events have done much to introduce Korea and its people to the world at large.
Besides, that inspection did not pertain to me, since I was neither the oldest nor the most recent auditor.
At this stock-taking the number unaccounted-for is twenty-two, several of which are quite recent accessions to the Library.
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By virtue of my recent return I had not fallen altogether into our household ways as yet, and sat smoking and watching him.
Fresh and radiant she looked once more, no sign of tears, no traces of her recent emotion anywhere.
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The doctrines of free trade are of very recent growth; the data on which its laws are founded are few, and also uncertain.
This brief direction to Charley Bates and his recent antagonist to retire, was softly and immediately obeyed.
The recent researches of Brustlein have shown that lime does cause the organic matters to absorb ammonia from its salts.

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