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actuellement currently
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the extent of this type of evolution within the superphylum will be revealed by the crustacean, annelid, and molluscan genome projects currently in progress. (source : Wikipedia).

aujourd'hui today
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this more traditional concept of natural things which can still be found today implies a distinction between the natural and the artificial, with the latter being understood as that which has been brought into being by a human consciousness or a human mind. (source : Wikipedia).

bientôt soon
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however, after that shaving seems to have caught on very quickly, and soon almost all roman men were clean-shaven - being clean-shaven became a sign of being roman and not greek. (source : Wikipedia).

de nos jours nowadays
déjà already
demain tomorrow
hier yesterday
jamais never
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some musical styles focus on producing a sound for a performance, while others focus on producing a recording which mixes together sounds which were never played "live". (source : Wikipedia).

la veille the day before
le lendemain the day after
maintenant now
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[3] however, it is now thought that the innate gender identity, although powerfully influenced by the sex of the genitalia and the gender of rearing, is not determined by these factors. (source : Wikipedia).

parfois sometimes
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many flowering plants bloom this time of year, in a long succession sometimes beginning even if snow is still on the ground, continuing into early summer. (source : Wikipedia).

pas encore not yet
plus tôt earlier
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in earlier times, even biologists did not make a distinction - sixteenth century natural historians classified also seals, whales, amphibians, crocodiles, even hippopotamuses, as well as a host of aquatic invertebrates, as fish. (source : wikipedia).

récemment recently
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more recently builders have begun to collaborate with structural engineers who use computers and finite element analysis to design prefabricated steel-framed homes with known resistance to high wind-loads and seismic forces. (source : Wikipedia).

souvent often
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road transport by truck is often the initial and final stage of freight transport. (source : Wikipedia).

tard late
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the christian season of birth and renewal has its origins in the prior religious traditions which gave celebratory value to the change to the lengthening of days which starts to be apparent in late december, the winter solstice. (source : Wikipedia).

tôt early
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however, in the early twentieth century beards started a slow decline in popularity, while some prominent figures retained them (like sigmund freud, albeit severely shortened from the fashion of prior decades) most men which in the 20s and 30s still retained facial hair limited it to the moustache or a goatee (marcel proust, albert einstein, vladimir lenin, leon trotsky, adolf hitler, josef stalin) beards, together with long hair, were reintroduced to mainstream society in western europe and the americas by the hippie movement of the mid 1960s. (source : Wikipedia).

toujours always
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but in exner's system, such a response is always coded as "clothing" unless there is a clear sexual reference in the response. (source : Wikipedia).



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