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The number of higher-education programs available to foreigners recently more than doubled.
The performance of solar cells has picked up recently.
New pix throw cold water on reports of recently flowing streams.
Get your own copy of this recently conserved treasure.
Recently rose growers introduced own-root climbers and floribundas.
Recently the guy next to me on the plane suddenly uttered an oath and stood up to reveal that his fountain pen had flooded.
We recently caught up with him to talk about his experience.
If three's a crowd, a new planet recently discovered orbiting a sunlike star is really cluttering up its neighborhood.
Recently though a number of other candidates have bubbled up.
More recently it moved back to its present home in a museum display area.
Until recently this furniture was only available to her clients and the trade.
Recently renovated and across the street from the sands, this hotel oozes old-school details.
About applicants, you can ask around, especially from people who have recently served on search committees.
Two began by reading a note dedicating the test to a recently deceased graduate student.
His compiled statistics, which spiked early, recently tanked.
But recently the venerable, centuries-old wine has been fighting back to protect its famous appellation.
Recently the country has experienced strong economic growth.
Amanda recently wrote about cinnamon having a reputation as a good food for healthy eyes, and it got me thinking about spices.
Fortunes can be made or lost on the stock exchange, a fact well illustrated recently by the dot-com bubble burst.
Recently renovated with new exhibits, the visitor center is your best source for wildflower updates.
It has recently been restored to its former glory and features top-rated performances.
She recently got her federal permit to start a community-supported winery.
We did a story recently on the brightly-colored pots we've all been noticing in nurseries.
Researchers have made a flurry of discoveries related to memory loss recently.
More recently, computers have been harnessed to automate the whole process of identifying people by biometric means.
Recently, though, the historic downtown district has been revitalized with antiques shops.
That's what seems to be going on in our feast garden recently.
More recently, militant groups have picked up their rhetoric.
Primarily their purpose was to give the public a chance to see what has recently been going on abroad.
Only quite recently has the veil been lifted from this perplexing historical problem.
In certain words, the throwing back of the stress has taken place quite recently.
Many of these details, however, have recently been shown to be non-Welsh.
Until recently, such automated telephone speech systems could string together only prerecorded phrases.
Pound for pound, the human brain demands a huge amount of energy to support its recently evolved language and social skills.
Until recently, researchers haven't had the data to distinguish the different possibilities.
Psychologists have recently uncovered several techniques to help people meet their goals.
Often it's easier to talk to fellow grad students who have more recently been in the newbie's position.
We haven't heard much about that goal recently, perhaps as economic realities impressed themselves on the administration.
Recently, the conundrum has surfaced regularly in the news.
But recently virologists have discovered a way to mutate the bird flu virus that makes it more easily transmitted.
Our species-and individual races-have recently made big evolutionary changes to adjust to new pressures.
Researchers have recently started to pay more attention to how water vapor in the atmosphere is related to global warming.
It seems incredibly unlikely that this is a rare event in the galaxy, since this happened so close by and so recently.
But recently they seem to be developing a taste for suburban life.
To test the basics of quantum theory, physicists recently pulled out an antique.
Strange as it may sound, maggots have recently been in vogue in medical circles.
First up, a space probe recently did a close-up fly-by of a comet, which looked pretty dang cool from the pictures.
His penchant for tabletop research recently paid off.
Other, cruder images surrounding the giraffes were likely incised much more recently.
It can alter the flow of fluid in its exoskeleton, scientists recently revealed.
She recently developed a fundamentally new way of creating three-dimensional images.
Once, a team member came across a bone sticking out from the bottom of a recently eroded cliff.
They'd recently left their spouses and moved in together.
Ford recently announced two electric vehicles, the first of which is due out next year.
The bad news is that government and private insurers have recently cut support for therapy.
But until recently, identifying a pathogen usually required some advance knowledge of its genetic makeup.
There have been some examples recently where organized criminal groups were hacking into systems and then extorting companies.
Multi-touch and motion-sensing devices have recently emerged from research labs, offering new ways to operate computers.
Until recently, the promise of stem-cell therapy has centered on stem cells' ability to morph into virtually any kind of cells.
Until recently, however, few listeners were able to hear the digital transmission.
More recently, the group has engaged in phishing attacks in addition to their regular spamming and hacking activities.
At times recently, the network has appeared uncertain about its focus.
Yet anyone who's shopped for a whisk recently knows that they come in an overwhelming array of designs these days.
He is one of the thousands of artists who have recently done so.
We recently made mango avocado-topped chicken soft tacos.
Until recently, though, it didn't have many restaurants that exalted true regional food and tradition.

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