Definition of Recencies

1. recency [n] - See also: recency



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recencies

receiving blankets
receiving line
receiving lines
receiving reservoir
receiving reservoirs
receiving set
receiving system
recelebrate
recelebrated
recelebrates
recelebrating
recement
recemented
recementing
recements
recencies (current term)
recency
recense
recensed
recenses
recensing
recension
recensionist
recensionists
recensions
recensor
recensored
recensoring
recensors
recensorship

Literary usage of Recencies

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1. Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Court of King's Bench: During by James Burrow, Great Britain Court of King's Bench, William Murray Mansfield (1812)
"... beadles vote in the recent-house, as being attendant upon the vice-chancellor in that house. And the resumed recencies are common for various reasons ..."

2. The Jurist by Great Britain Courts, Great Britain (1856)
"Chancellors for the time being respectively to lili up from time to time such recencies яยป muy occur in the respective offices of tlie junior clerks во ..."

3. Old and New Birmingham: A History of the Town and Its People by Robert Kirkup Dent (1880)
"... of a Civill-Warre iu this Kingdome against Hie Parliament : The Profits and recencies belonging to their severall ..."

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