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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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in greek mythology and art zeus and poseidon are always portrayed with beards, but apollo never is. (source : Wikipedia).

la veille the day before
le lendemain the day after
maintenant now
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however as more people gradually moved from working the land to living in towns (especially those who could read and write, the only people whose use of language we now know), the word harvest lost its reference to the time of year and came to refer only to the actual activity of reaping, and fall, as well as autumn, began to replace it as a reference to the season. (source : Wikipedia).

parfois sometimes
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an effort could be made to distinguish between establishments that provide longer term accommodation (often to specific classes of clientèle such as nurses, students, drug addicts, arrested persons subsequently bailed to await trial and homeless people where the hostels are sometimes run by housing associations and charities) and those offering short term accommodation to travellers or backpackers. (source : Wikipedia).

pas encore not yet
plus tôt earlier
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the lower (cooler) latitudes are more inclined to start with the later date, vernal equinox, while the higher (warmer) latitudes, where the biological indicators of spring arrive earlier, are more inclined to run with the 1st of the month. (source : Wikipedia).

récemment recently
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[64] more recently, dietary habits have been influenced by the concerns that some people have about possible impacts on health or the environment from genetically modified food. (source : Wikipedia).

souvent often
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however, while the exploration of different cultures and places is emphasized in many hostels, particularly in cities or popular tourist destinations, there are still many hostels providing accommodation for outdoor pursuits such as hillwalking, climbing and bicycle touring and these are often small friendly hostels that retain much of the original vision and often provide valuable access to more remote regions. (source : Wikipedia).

tard late
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still, beards remained rare among the romans throughout the late republic and the early principate. (source : Wikipedia).

tôt early
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in north america in the eighteenth and early nineteenth century, beards were rare in the united states. (source : Wikipedia).

toujours always
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[16] monozygotic twins are genetically identical (unless there has been a mutation in development) and they are always the same sex. (source : Wikipedia).



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