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  • Like many recent books, including those by Elizabeth Marshall Thomas and Jeffrey Masson, "Birdology" strives to correct the dated but still-recent scientific assessment of animals in general, and birds in particular, as unfeeling automatons.

    Book review of "Birdology," by Sy Montgomery

  • Here again, the curation plays bait and switch with popular cliché, bringing in the masses with promises of the Usual Suspects but delivering instead a much more surprising and substantial trip through still-recent history.

    Peter Frank: Blague d'Art: First Impressions

  • Here again, the curation plays bait and switch with popular cliché, bringing in the masses with promises of the Usual Suspects but delivering instead a much more surprising and substantial trip through still-recent history.

    Peter Frank: Blague d'Art: First Impressions

  • In the still-recent aftermath of the 2000 election, that's no small thing.

    Obama-Supporting Retired General Compares Bill Clinton To Joe McCarthy

  • Goodwin in fact may be saved by Lincoln's sheer magnitude, if critical fascination with him trumps schadenfreude over her own still-recent excoriation.

    No Ordinary Tome

  • One, Indian tax law doesn't really reward or encourage giving the way US tax law does, and two, the newly rich tend to hold on to their wealth because of the still-recent memory of hardship.

    The Guardian World News

  • Councilmen Jeff Helgeson and Turner Perrow are both steadfast supporters of Seiffert, citing his past leadership and still-recent experience as a city councilman.

    News for Lynchburg News Advance

  • Or -- given the trauma of still-recent experiences -- will it support authoritarian systems that promise social stability above all else?

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

  • I hold on to his sentiment in that the same way you do (and I'm sorry for your still-recent kinda loss ... my sympathies on this anniversary).

    PENSIEVE

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