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  • 21since — /sins/, adv. 1. from then till now (often prec. by ever): He was elected in 1978 and has been president ever since. 2. between a particular past time and the present; subsequently: She at first refused, but has since consented. 3. ago; before now …

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  • 22since — [[t]sɪns[/t]] adv. 1) from then till now (often prec. by ever): Those elected in 1990 have been on the committee ever since[/ex] 2) between a particular past time and the present; subsequently: She at first refused, but has since consented[/ex]… …

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  • 24since — /sɪns / (say sins) adverb 1. (often preceded by ever) from then till now. 2. between a particular past time and the present; subsequently: he at first refused, but has since consented. 3. ago; before now: long since. –preposition 4. continuously… …

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  • 25since — I. adverb Etymology: Middle English sins, contraction of sithens, from sithen, from Old English siththan, from sīth tham after that, from sīth after, late + tham, dative of thæt that; akin to Old High German sīd later and perhaps to Latin setius… …

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  • 26since — ago, since Ago is followed by that, not since, in constructions of the type It is 10 years ago that [not since] he died. Since is used without ago: e.g. It is 10 years since he died …

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  • 27since — 1. adverb /sɪns/ From a specified time in the past. I had seen him previously, but hadnt seen him since. 2. preposition /sɪns/ from (time) I have known her since last year. Ant: until …

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  • 28since — Synonyms and related words: aeons ago, after, after all, after that, afterwards, ages ago, ago, as, as long as, as things go, back, back when, backward, because, behind, being, being as how, below, cause, considering, ever since, ex post facto,… …

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  • 29since — [15] Since is a contracted form of Middle English sithenes ‘since’. This in turn went back (with the addition of a final s) to Old English siththan, a compound adverb and conjunction formed from sīth ‘after’ (a relative of German seit ‘since’)… …

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  • 30since —  A common error is seen here: Since April the company stopped giving discounts to students. Since indicates action starting at a specified time in the past and continuing to the present. The verbs in sentences in which it appears must also… …

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  • 31since —     She gave strong support to the visions of the late Bernard Kilgore and the other executives and editors who operated the Journal and Dow Jones since World War II (Wall Street Journal) , Since April the Inland Revenue stopped giving immediate… …

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  • 32since — [15] Since is a contracted form of Middle English sithenes ‘since’. This in turn went back (with the addition of a final s) to Old English siththan, a compound adverb and conjunction formed from sīth ‘after’ (a relative of German seit ‘since’)… …

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  • 33since — See ago, since See since, yet …

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  • 34Since — Serpillière Pour les articles homonymes, voir Serpillère (homonymie). Une serpillère et s …

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  • 35Since — Original name in latin Sinc Name in other language Since, Sinc State code CO Continent/City America/Bogota longitude 9.24391 latitude 75.14675 altitude 141 Population 30768 Date 2012 01 19 …

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  • 36since — preposition in the intervening period between (the time mentioned) and the time under consideration. conjunction 1》 during or in the time after. 2》 for the reason that; because. adverb 1》 from the time mentioned until the present or the time… …

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  • 37Since — Admin ASC 2 Code Orig. name Sincé Country and Admin Code CO.27.3667992 CO …

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  • 38since —  Adam was a lad Since long ago …

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  • 39since — This word s proper signification is after, and in its apparent sense it includes the whole period between the event and the present time. Since a day named, does not necessarily include that day …

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  • 40SINCE — Southland Financial Inc (Business » NASDAQ Symbols) …

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