COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES
a new/recent migrant
▪ Some of the recent migrants have returned to their homes as the fighting finished.
a recent discovery
▪ the recent discovery of frozen water on the moon
a recent immigrant
▪ The majority of workers at the factory are recent immigrants.
a recent phenomenon
▪ Detailed food labelling is a fairly recent phenomenon.
a recent/new survey
▪ According to a recent survey, students buy an average of 11.33 books a year for their courses.
a recent/new trend
▪ He wrote an article attacking many recent trends in education.
current/recent estimates (=ones that are accepted now)
▪ According to current estimates, the country can expect 200,000 visitors in the next three years.
in recent months
▪ He had started to drink heavily in recent months.
in recent years
▪ The number of cases has risen dramatically in recent years.
▪ the latest addition to our designer range
of recent origin (=having started to exist only a short time ago)
▪ This particular theory is of very recent origin.
▪ Recent events in the country have caused great concern.
▪ The country’s recent history is powerfully told in this film.
the recent past
▪ The optimistic economic climate of the recent past has gone.
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
▪ Since then those lines have been undergoing separate evolution, giving rise to yet further, more recent branches.
▪ The inference had been widely accepted, until a more recent experiment.
▪ Methodism is represented by a first building dated 1897 and a more recent and well-supported church, both in Willerby Square.
▪ What about physical understandings of more recent origin?
▪ Significantly, more recent housing in the same development has been constructed without either high-rise building or segregated traffic arrangements.
▪ Intricate workmanship is apparent in the examples of Hopi coiled baskets from about 1900 and more recent times.
▪ Two more recent bogus defectors were Oleg Bitov and Vitali Yurchenko.
▪ Even more recent statistics may be biased, she continues.
▪ AONBs have been designated since 1956, the most recent in 1983.
▪ The most recent road circuits the northern coast of the Applecross peninsula and branches from the Lochcarron road outside Shieldaig.
▪ Both companies reported strong financial results for their most recent quarter.
▪ The most recent attempt was made by the Labour government in the late Sixties.
▪ The Supreme Court, in its most recent decision, barred school officials from arranging prayers at graduation ceremonies.
▪ The most recent and comprehensive of these relationships was the Lib-Lab Pact of 1977-79.
▪ One of the most recent victims to be found was Ignacio Camacho, 43, a crewman aboard the Iliana.
▪ Mr Kinnock is a relatively recent convert to revisionism.
▪ The concept of walking around looking somewhere between medium-rare and well-done is relatively recent.
▪ The direct impact of improving health in later life has been relatively recent.
▪ That has been so, at least, until relatively recent times.
▪ It is only in relatively recent years that two sexes have been recognized in ammonoid species.
▪ In any event it seems likely that language is a relatively recent development in the human species.
▪ The concept of aggression, however, is of relatively recent origin.
▪ The relatively recent outbreak of street violence and protests largely reflect the frustration of young people unable to find jobs.
▪ It is our most recent addition to this popular range of disks which are being ordered by new users of Windows 3.1.
▪ Most recent addition, a full-size SE.5A was unveiled on August 11.
▪ Hopefully, the recent addition of a young Limousin bull will help us mop up stragglers next spring.
▪ The John Hewitt library and the Francis Stuart archive of literary manuscripts are recent additions.
▪ A recent addition to the locomotive working stud is Derby built Fowler Class 4F, No. 4422.
▪ The most recent addition is a beautiful Chapel of the Knights of the Thistle.
▪ Gilbey was the main source for the recent book on Diana.
▪ In her recent book, Gender Play.
▪ Beverley Halstead has admirably avoided these pitfalls in his most recent book, which I find delightful.
▪ As the joint author of a recent book on the regiment explains.
▪ Daddy Dearest Two daughters look at their less-than-stellar fathers in these recent books.
▪ Three recent books help shed some light on the centuries-long evolution of Mariology, the branch of theology that studies Mary.
▪ The commission referred to a recent case decided by the Law Lords.
▪ But three recent cases are piquing our interest, and analysts say they may signal new and more venal form of corruption.
▪ The need for the regulation of financial institutions is recognised, particularly given recent cases of fraud.
▪ More recent cases demonstrate how the courts generally point to a number of factors in deeming incompetency.
▪ One recent case provides a good example of unlawful appeal procedure.
▪ Consider a recent case involving Allstate Corp.
▪ A recent case, where a woman was murdered for her dowry, was registered by police as suicide.
▪ The other recent cases were also significant.
▪ This pattern has not been altered by recent changes in village life.
▪ The recent changes in Community Care are designed to give more people the chance to live independent lives.
▪ Or are they reflecting growing disaffection among scientists with recent changes in their profession?
▪ No recent change in status is apparent, except that some decline in autumn passage may have occurred.
▪ No recent change in status is apparent.
▪ Let's go through some of the more recent changes.
▪ There have been many recent changes in government intervention programmes causing damaging uncertainty.
▪ For example, may consist of just and a the most recent changes in the short and long rates.
▪ The Lancaster County district attorney had been looking uncomfortable in recent days.
▪ Airline stocks also have been weak in recent days because of investor worries the East Coast blizzard will trim earnings.
▪ But nobody at Westminster in recent days has failed to notice Messrs Clarke and Heseltine looking very pleased with themselves.
▪ The war of nerves between police and the barricaded guerrillas has escalated in recent days.
▪ This is the question which, in recent days, has been preoccupying the Supreme Court.
▪ Darr insists, however, that his group lagged behind the opposition, Concerned Citizens for Metro Nashville, until recent days.
▪ And while the water has receded in recent days, some sections of the road remain flooded.
▪ Gore has been rehearsing his role as the Democrats' chief Republican critic during a series of public appearances in recent days.
▪ I would like to end by asking what lessons can be drawn from the successes and the disappointments of recent decades.
▪ The basic education level of the general population has risen dramatically in recent decades.
▪ Solar changes were the main cause from 1750 to 1850, but the greenhouse effect has been dominant in recent decades.
▪ But despite all the advancements in recent decades, computers are only now beginning to realize their potential.
▪ First, the economic circumstances of poor families have worsened relative to the rest of the population in recent decades.
▪ Fundamentalist religious groups have increased their power in Ulster in recent decades, especially the free presbyterians.
▪ This is the approach on which most of the effort - and the money - has been spent in recent decades.
▪ Furthermore, food productivity has been buoyant throughout the recent decades.
▪ Many recent developments have resulted from the demands of large users wanting more from their fryers.
▪ And recent developments have stoked the fires of Cooperstown conversation.
▪ Assessment frameworks: recent developments An assessment framework is a structure to which any test item can be related.
▪ But the most recent development is Tel-me.
▪ Our resorts, in the quieter bays of the Bodrum Peninsula, are little affected by recent developments.
▪ It is this second period of affluence which sets the level against which recent developments have to be set.
▪ This idea of the service city is very well illustrated by recent developments in housing in and around North Shields.
▪ This would provide a summary of recent developments in the various branches of psychology and related fields.
▪ Given the recent events in Orkney and elsewhere, promoting social work as a caring profession must restore faith in its activities.
▪ You can not tell by recent events and prognostications.
▪ And recent events hadn't helped much, either.
▪ But recent events work against his goal.
▪ And recent events suggest that nonconformist borrowers are still being short-changed.
▪ But now, with recent events, this was what she could have instead.
▪ Was he hurt or ill or even, given recent events, overcome by grief and distress?
▪ The conquest of air by living organisms is a relatively recent event, and one not yet completed.
▪ A recent example is the termination of the B-1 bomber in favor of the cruise missile.
▪ For a recent example of a successful challenge see R. v. H.M.
▪ A recent example is the 11-month campaign against the banned spiritual sect, Falun Gong.
▪ The manifestations of the most recent example can be followed in the pages of the education press.
▪ Towards the end of each I will describe a recent example of a person who lived and suffered in such a way.
▪ Mori recent history is commemorated by the town's most prominent statue.
▪ If the Raiders were truly feeble, devoid of talent, then their recent history might be understandable.
▪ Here discoveries are exhibited which send back all recent history to the level of a prehistory.
▪ Bush was probably more upset by leaks than any president in recent history.
▪ It was natural enough that those who knew Smart's recent history should look for evidence of his recent condition.
▪ This destiny, however, is created entirely by recent history.
▪ Cultural predisposition Recognition that cultural pressures on women to diet contribute to anorexia nervosa has had a fairly recent history.
▪ The concluding part of the chapter reviews the recent history of management reform.
▪ In a recent interview the rather eccentric group claimed to be the disciples of David Icke.
▪ Hamas leaders had said in recent interviews that they would claim victory if turnout was lower than 50 percent.
▪ She was also uncomfortable at times during recent interviews.
▪ Macias said in a recent interview from his new home in San Diego Country Estates.
▪ In recent interviews, representatives on each side claimed to have been outspent.
▪ Keller, in a recent interview, asserted that the work had been done, and by the people listed as participants.
▪ The political campaign degenerated into the ugliest in recent memory.
▪ Just a plate of moist, fluffy eggs mixed with bits of some of the tastiest, juiciest ham of recent memory.
▪ This evening will be like none other in recent memory.
▪ Brown is the first mayor in recent memory to suggest cutting the General Assistance stipend.
▪ The fans chanted his name for the first time in recent memory.
▪ These two are destined for one another-and fated to deliver one of the worst scripts in recent memory.
▪ The caribou have left Maine within recent memory, and extensive spruce-fir forests remain only in northern Maine.
▪ In recent months they have begun to tear loose from this platform.
▪ His high profile in recent months and obvious bid for the party presidency have amounted to nothing.
▪ They've written several articles in recent months warning of Land Travel's plight.
▪ New stock - both antique and contemporary - has been purchased at auction and privately in recent months.
▪ Much attention has been given in recent months to the provision of accommodation for nurses.
▪ About 40 stags are reported to have disappeared in recent months.
▪ In recent months foreigners have accounted for almost half of daily trading.
▪ In recent months he accepted his increasing illness with an admirable fortitude and resignation.
▪ In recent months they have begun to tear loose from this platform.
▪ The most violent fighting of recent months flared in several West Bank areas.
▪ As the recent months had passed, and as Louise had sickened, he felt the guilt more frequently.
▪ In recent months, Milhoan has written lengthy rebuttals to senior Navy officials in hopes of overturning his dismissal.
▪ Perhaps the increase in inflation in recent months is merely a blip?
▪ Caesar Belli, a longtime partner in the firm, alleged in recent months that his father was incompetent.
▪ There have been clashes between republicans and loyalists in recent months.
▪ None the less, Viacom has suffered a few rocky moments in recent months.
▪ Both polar regions show evidence of more extensive glaciation in the recent past.
▪ No doubt, this decision was influenced by another event of the recent past, the Geneva Convention in 1954.
▪ Much of the interest in the recent past in job enrichment programmes has sprung from this and other work by Herzberg.
▪ But the pessimistic climate of the recent past is gone.
▪ In a number of instances, actual boundary stones remain, or have been recorded in the recent past.
▪ Salmonella poisoning has received considerable publicity in the recent past.
▪ Devlin confirms that story, adding he began looking at recent past orders from Scott Supply.
▪ Two recent polls showed he would draw more than 20 percent of the vote in a national election.
▪ Two in five are dissatisfied with how much they weigh, according to a recent poll.
▪ Only 19% of western schoolchildren, according to a recent poll, want to make contacts with eastern pupils.
▪ He added that a recent poll by the Pew Research Center reported that 69 percent of parents found the new ratings helpful.
▪ During a recent poll, more than 80 percent said they were racist.
▪ The recent poll indicated that if retired Gen.
▪ If this measure could indeed alienate Latinos, why do several recent polls show overwhelming support from Latinos for dismantling bilingual education?
▪ A recent poll of Vanguard fund holders on their knowledge of mutual funds revealed that only 16 percent registered a passing score.
▪ In the nick of time: according to one recent report 80 out of 92 league clubs are technically insolvent.
▪ Hamilton who authored a recent report on international drug-industry investment.
▪ Copies of the most recent report for the year ending 31 March are in the Library.
▪ On the contrary, recent reports link such a diet to reduced risk of heart attack and colon cancer.
▪ Moreover, in contrast with a recent report, no cases of conversion to a high grade lymphoma were observed.
▪ The recent report that presynaptic mGlu receptors employ phosphoinositide-derived signals as a positive feedback mechanism to enhance glutamate release is particularly interesting.
▪ A recent report by Thamesdown Borough Council suggested there were at least 1800 homeless people in Swindon.
▪ Our results are consistent with a recent report that visual neglect can apply to the contralateral side of objects.
▪ Nevertheless, recent research indicates that the body is designed for at least one afternoon nap per day.
▪ The major thrust of this recent research has been in four directions.
▪ This atomistic, medical model of language is simply not supported by more recent research in language and cognition.
▪ If anything recent research suggests that lead isn't as horrid in its effects as the extremists in the anti-lead movement claim.
▪ We leave the more recent research which has challenged their findings to the following chapter.
▪ This has been borne out to an extent by recent research into teacher stress.
▪ The group's recent research has led to a general policy optimization framework for large macroeconomic models.
▪ In recent studies, however, we have shown that methane production is more important than previously believed.
▪ One recent study concluded: These days, some truckers are more inclined to sport white collars than tank tops.
▪ Furthermore, recent studies from this laboratory have shown that experimental ethanol administration increases the fragility of rat pancreatic lysosomes.
▪ Inherent musical sense Several recent studies have credited infants with an inherent musical sense, without measuring related brain development.
▪ Moreover. these strands have persisted through to more recent studies of policy-making.
▪ Neither he nor his aides refuted a recent study suggesting that the bill would push 2. 6 million people into poverty.
▪ In fact several recent studies have shown that up to 15% of defective items have passed unnoticed in a 100% inspection.
▪ The processes involved in the transformation of the earth sciences world-view are documented in recent studies by Legrand and Stewart.
▪ According to a recent survey, one in four new borrowers takes out unemployment insurance, double the number of three years ago.
▪ A recent survey found only three out of ten women started a business of the same type they had worked in previously.
▪ In a recent survey, finance directors were asked what change they would most like to see in corporate governance.
▪ A recent survey marked the environment as voters' fourth priority, narrowly behind education, health and jobs.
▪ Wall Street expected 84 cents a share, according to a recent survey of 11 analysts by Zacks.
▪ One group took the same path as the sea slugs did in more recent times and lost their shells altogether.
▪ Such issues have paralyzed some Protestant churches in recent times.
▪ Until recent times cobbles ran down the main street.
▪ This submerged everything, until in recent times it was in turn submerged in the bitter and prolonged conflicts of decolonization.
▪ The parson's high social standing in the community remained until recent times.
▪ Neighbors said in recent times Flor was becoming more forgetful.
▪ In recent times, the argument for determinism has been based on science.
▪ In recent times blondness has been associated with sexiness, wealth, fun, luxury and glamour.
▪ The recent trend toward cognitive approaches to metaphor provides a means of formalizing such a conception.
▪ In Britain, for example, there is no excuse for not knowing recent trends in the cost of living.
▪ The focus on households with children reflects recent trends in economic welfare in Britain.
▪ It is more of a walk through the literature and recent trends.
▪ Historical documentation suggests that /a/ backing is a recent trend.
▪ However, recent trends in farming practice have made agriculture even more incompatible with uncontrolled recreation.
▪ The recent trend is to de-emphasize the classical dichotomy.
▪ During a recent visit he was mobbed by autograph hunters.
▪ Oil a recent visit, I checked the undersides of the branches of five-hundred-year-old hemlock trees hanging across a creek.
▪ We are still drying them out from a recent visit to the laundry.
▪ My most recent visit produced a sloughed skin threaded through the turf.
▪ But Sadat did not let those memories paralyze her, she recalled in a recent visit here.
▪ The recent visit to the Smolensk station came from the 1992 budget.
▪ But be prepared to entertain yourself: The expensively appointed restaurant usually is subdued and was deathly quiet on a recent visit.
▪ It also serves as a useful means of relieving stress through review of recent weeks.
▪ Cambridge have slipped back in recent weeks.
▪ The Mirror has been beset in recent weeks with rumours and reports that it was about to be taken over.
▪ People noticed Chris's appearance had deteriorated in recent weeks.
▪ In recent weeks attacks on pensioners like mr bishop have escalated.
▪ In recent weeks, drugs squad officers have seized quantities of crack cocaine in Gloucester and Stroud.
▪ Twice in recent weeks I have asked John Bryan if he is having an affair with Fergie.
▪ It also serves as a useful means of relieving stress through review of recent weeks.
▪ Diplomatic pressure to remove Karadzic has been increasing in recent weeks out of fear that he could undermine the elections.
▪ In recent weeks attacks on pensioners like mr bishop have escalated.
▪ But Yeltsin has met with only a handful of people in recent weeks, including Chernomyrdin and chief of staff Anatoly Chubais.
▪ In recent weeks the two groups had buried their differences to stage joint armed protests across the country.
▪ Other candidates also have increased their criticism of Forbes in recent weeks.
▪ Signs that the economy is slowing after years of expansion has weighed on stocks in recent weeks.
▪ But recent work has revealed that adenosine is much more than mere cellular exhaust.
▪ Indeed, the results of very recent work reveal two interesting parallels with the conclusions reached about the psychotic illnesses themselves.
▪ He also shows more recent work which takes the form, somewhat unexpectedly, of meditations on the slatted window blind.
▪ Just as Batman had Robin, you may have an assistant who can manage something a little more advanced than recent work.
▪ The playing has a freedom and spontaneity sometimes lacking in his recent work.
▪ More muted in palette than Adam's recent work, they have yet the same characteristic richness of evocation.
▪ Those of the first category, including a recent work by the Carmelite monk Foscarini, were to be destroyed.
▪ Jean Packman concludes by showing that new policy embodied in future legislation owes something to child care research studies in recent years.
▪ Mr Schwartz has received considerable praise in recent years for his acumen in building Loral through a series of strategic acquisitions.
▪ In recent years the role of government establishments in defence research has declined and the involvement of industrial firms has increased.
▪ Too many times in recent years a handful of judges has manipulated interpretations and denied guarantees to all the citizens.
▪ In recent years, there is some evidence of decline in class identifications and in the correlation between class and party.
▪ They offer one of the most intriguing views of the earth to emerge in recent years.
▪ In recent years, especially since 1982, a number of countries have developed very serious international debt problems.
▪ There have been a number of large-scale inner-city riots in recent years.
PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
of recent vintage
▪ Most restrictive abortion laws in the U.S. are of relatively recent vintage.
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
▪ a recent poll of voters
▪ A recent report said that small amounts of alcohol are good for the health.
▪ A recent study of Open University graduates found that students aged 60 - 65 had better results than any other age group.
▪ Anything that happened after World War II is too recent to be considered "history."
▪ He hadn't completely recovered from his recent illness.
▪ The recent movie version of the book was not a big success.
▪ The team returned to a heroes' welcome after their recent success in the European Championships.
▪ There will be an exhibition of his most recent work at the Tate Gallery, starting this Saturday.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ At Darthea Speyer until the end of next month the recent drawings of Lionel Guibout are on show.
▪ Doctors had advised Mrs Menzies not to attend the trial, following her recent release from hospital.
▪ Eccleshall also finds backing here from one of the recent histories of the late Victorian and Edwardian Conservative Party.
▪ In recent years, Hillcrest has become a center for festivals attracting people from throughout the region.
▪ It also asks about their work, their educational qualifications, and whether they have moved house in recent years.
▪ More recent bands are cashing in on the couch craze.
▪ Pessimistic early predictions seem to be confirmed by more recent data.