Recently That In A Sentence

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  • He was not a fatalist, but it had been borne in upon him recently that this thing was inescapable.
  • I thought he was to be mine, and recently that hope has been slipping through my fingers.
  • Somebody said recently that the emphasis in England is in being, and in our country in becoming.
  • It was only recently that Laura Macpherson had come to New Eden to make her home with her brother.
  • It was only recently that a method of measuring this characteristic has been suggested and this has been tried out only experimentally.
  • But, as I said, I did not think, and it was not evident until recently, that I injured any one.
  • It has been discovered recently that the juice of the maguey plant is a certain remedy for hydrophobia.
  • It is but recently that any of us have approximated to a right appreciation of the value of pure air.
  • It is but recently that the influence of music in the cure of disease has been given professional thought.
  • Tradition was quite at fault in this; but it is only recently that knowledge has availed to set it right.
  • It is only quite recently that men have sought for knowledge about lands, apart from the men who inhabit them.
  • It is only recently that the interest created by lightning rods has given rise to new forms of conductors differing from those formerly used.
  • The people of Tacoma discovered recently that college athletics conducted as a business are too costly.
  • A smiling young freshman told me recently that she had been conditioned because she knew nothing about the Reformation.
  • For years, it seems, he has been writing poetry, but it is only recently that an inapprehensive country has awakened to the fact.
  • The Signorina believes, as we all did until recently, that you made your escape to your own country.
  • Our antidote has not yet had a chance to be used, as it was only recently that the German designers got to that stage in their reasoning.
  • I suggested recently that the Germans submitted to, and even admired, a solemn and theatrical assertion of authority.
  • It is only recently that these investigations have acquired sufficient unity and exclusiveness of aim to warrant their being regarded as a special science.
  • But it is only recently that these causes have been all together present and operative, and the absence of one or more of them has at different times been as effectual as the absence of all.
  • It is only comparatively recently that the absolute truth of the Bible dictum that, "Wine is a mocker" has been realized.
  • The Syrians, who at present inhabit the banks of Thermodon, acknowledge that it is, comparatively, but recently that they have conformed to it.
  • It is only recently that consideration has been given to the idea of establishing in connection with the Canal a great commercial trans-shipping point.
  • I learned recently that you sometimes receive private patients to test their cases before sending them to a public institution, and that you have frequently effected a cure in critical cases.
  • It is only recently that the two new volumes of the 'Greville Memoirs' lately published have reached Ceylon.
  • As definite as this question is and as easy of solution as it may seem, it is only very recently that reliable data, as distinguished from unsupported opinions, have begun to be accumulated.
  • It is only quite recently that the pendant, a portrait of the great Admiral de Ruyter, has come to be regarded as a copy after Bol.
  • It had happened recently that two brothers, thieves of the worst class, who had infested the country and had long managed to escape from the law, had been sent to prison for four years.
  • Nearly all the Methodist German deaconesses are engaged in caring for the sick; it is only recently that attempts have been made in some other directions of charitable endeavor.
  • It is only quite recently that people have come to realize that without an abundance of raw material which the Tropics alone can supply, the highly developed industries of today would be impossible.
  • I have learned recently that the correspondent who came here to write up this matter visited the town while I was in the South, and as he could not find me he was at the mercy of strangers.
  • It looked exceedingly like a case of Abiogenesis, or, at any rate, of Xenogenesis; and it is only quite recently that the real course of events has been made out.
  • It is only recently that a definite decision has been reached respecting the relationship of the Catawba and Woccon, the latter an extinct tribe known to have been linguistically related to the Catawba.
  • The preacher Harden, who fondled his wife on his knee, and fed her the while with poison, passed away so recently, that I need not revive the scene into which all his bad life should have been prolonged.
  • Dr. Boys and Gen. Brown both told me recently that they never removed theirs without taking cold, and for several years they have worn it all the year round.
  • Some day, when it fitted in just right with his plans, he was going to marry Maggie, It was only recently that he had seen her full charms, and still more recently that he had determined upon marriage.
  • It is only recently that he has ceased to be the Artillery General of Montenegro, a post which he held all through the Turkish war, taking part in all the important engagements.
  • This was for seven years the residence of John Hampden the patriot, and more recently that of Louis XVIII.
  • Historically, this type of Christianity was the origin of Catholicism, both Western and Eastern; though it is only recently that this character of the Pauline churches has been recognised.
  • An American staying in London said recently that he could eat two meals in succession in a London restaurant, and leave the table still minus that self-satisfied feeling that a meal in America gives.

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