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  • n. Plural form of latecomer.

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Examples

  • So quick clarification of instructions or an update for latecomers is (in my eyes) fine for the students to do in their own language whatever that language may be and whether the teacher understands or not.

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  • The fact that the movement of Huger's front brigade was to fix the time for opening the battle, by relieving Rodes, should have assured Huger the right of way, but apparently nobody at the crossing knew that the latecomers should be the first over.

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  • After all, you had a 38-year head start, while provinces like mine that are relative "latecomers" to the Canadian family have always had to elbow our way to the table.

    My Canada - Today and Tomorrow

  • "Larger, dividend-paying stocks will catch the 'latecomers' finally willing to jump back in the market ... in 2011, if the economy continues to improve."

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  • The fact that the movement of Huger’s front brigade was to fix the time for opening the battle, by relieving Rodes, should have assured Huger the right of way, but apparently nobody at the crossing knew that the latecomers should be the first over.

    Lee’s Lieutenants

  • Two ushers stand at the doors, offering to seat latecomers—a task that gets more difficult as the Mass proceeds.

    American Grace

  • Others, however, "are offended when latecomers don't take part or toy with the process."

    GOP candidates converge on Iowa for debate, straw poll

  • Europeans or ‘Whites’ are descended from central Asian nomads who swept down on the Roman Empires between 1500 and 2000 years ago, and would be latecomers to the agricultural game.

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  • That makes things easy on any latecomers to the show.

    Weird and Wonderful

  • Nonetheless, I have seen pre-retirees and other latecomers by the thousands make amazing retirement savings rebounds when they follow the steps outlined in my bestselling book, Bank On Yourself: The Life-Changing Secret to Growing and Protecting Your Financial Future.

    Pamela Yellen: Playing Russian Roulette With Retirement Funds Is Dumb

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