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El Greco is the true precursor of our present-day Matissists and Futurists.
The present-day Mortality-rate of boy-babies has become increasingly and alarmingly high.
Present-day life also offers examples of this tendency which is met with in all ages.
They believe that all their aspirations can be satisfied out of present-day profits and production.
These facts as to present-day requirements seem to me to fix somewhat definitely the matters under discussion.
This is a collection of stirring essays on topics of present-day interest.
Society must be sobered after the frenzy of this present-day rush for external goods.
It is, perhaps, unwise to select from the considerable number of present-day literary critics the names of a few, but I hazard it.
Do any of the present-day inhabitants of Turnham Green, I wonder, speak thus?
As for girls, one-half of present-day teaching is time and money thrown away.