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“Recently is used loosely here, as the original purchase took place on February 23th 2008.”
“massive pillow fight Saturday afternoon, attracting about 500 kids, teens and adults, equipped with a variety of pillows and plenty of cameras. had planned to throw their own pillow fight in Toronto on April 4, a day that's become known as Recently Divorced (a clothing line that decided to get in on the fun) already booked and paid a $500 deposit for the permit at Yonge-Dundas Square, Kevin Bracken and Lori Kufner of”
“Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment in a regular segment titled Recently Published.”
“Recently," Ryne said, although she knew that wouldn't work.”
“Recently" may mean a much longer time that you'd expect.”
“Recently," he said, "they have networked and conspired to murder Jack Kukulan.”
“Recently," re-echoed he, regaining his composure, "I took it out and meant it to stand down in the corner there to remind me.”
“Recently," Ahnell went on, "the city was contacted by the FDOT who said that the NW 12 th Avenue project did not meet requirements since a project development and environmental (PD&E) study was not conducted." and replaced it proposals to resurface NW 20th Street from Dixie to Federal: NW / SW”
“Recently, meaning today at lunch, I found out that one of my friends who is incredibly intelligent, missing only one question on the SAT, was turned down for a scholarship based mainly on scholastic merit, but also on character and involvement in the community.”
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