Certainly juvenile animals are a common prey of large carnivores today, and it is no surprise that similar patterns should have played out in the past. Along the way, Chris bragged about Maserati's victory in the past Cuban Grands Prix. In 2013, Nottingham was named the most haunted city in England, reflecting its historical past. Wooden Spoon: The imaginary prize for a person finishing in the last place in a competition. It's time to reflect on your past.
It sounds more like Country slang. He gave the reins to a Cossack, took off and handed over his felt coat, stretched his legs, and set his cap straight. In the past, a very simple model used for this purpose was the Gompertz function, but more sophisticated methods are now used. In your first sentence, you switch from past to present tense where the second clause is a temporal qualifier, which is not allowed. Show More Sentences The Kyrgyz protests have centered on the towns of Osh and Jalalabad in the south, where ethnic Kyrgyz, Uzbeks, and Tajiks have clashed in the past.
Figures before 1971 have been reconstructed by the Office for National Statistics based on past censuses to fit the 2001 boundaries. They haven't been maintaining it, and the downtown area has really gone to pot over the past 20 years. It certainly reared its head in the past and it rears its head in the present time as well. I have been asked to write a sign. The medieval language also possessed two additional tenses for expressing past events and an extended set of possessive suffixes. Luckily, I'd scored some good-paying clients in the past two months along with the usual losers who darken my door and waste my time.
Show More Sentences In the past, parenting was a more gendered activity with more distinct male and female roles. After the past disputes between the two countries, both sides decided to make a fresh start by agreeing to trade with each other again. Show More Sentences This December was not as cold as the past few Decembers have been. One of several pairs of mounted police in flak jackets clip-clops past, patrolling the perimeter. I think everyone wishes him well but maybe in the past we have been too tolerant simply because we regard him as a well-liked and unique character.
Show More Sentences With the admirable exception of the health services this has occurred in the past. The participles, along with the infinitive, comprise the nonfinite forms. Scientists have been concerned that human activities could cause more plants and animals to become extinct than any point in the past. Serena, who has hardly said more than two words to me in the past, came over and started waffling on about her trip to France. She's gone for rough boys in the past but maybe she's trying to change her image.
Mining is a traditional economic activity for the state, with deposits making it one of the world's richest areas in the past. The number of women employing au pairs, window cleaners and gardeners has increased by only 7. Grayson is the second prominent Democrat in the past two centuries to be accused of being in a bigamous marriage. Within a sentence, participial phrases should be close to the nouns that they modify to avoid confusion. All the research we have carried out points to residents wanting to recycle and it is encouraging to see how many people have become recyclers in the past year. Was this a hideout for German Nazi officers? Show More Sentences Computers have made an entry into education in the past decades and have brought significant benefits to teachers and students alike. Time to get my eye in again.
Past animosities and sectionalism were laid aside in favor of fellowship and intellectual stimulation. On the basis of past and present, we can foresee a very bright English in India as link language, a window on the modern world and a library language. In the past, through the means of the Auld Alliance with France, they had adapted their surname to the French form, Stuart. It's very disconcerning not being able to remember the people in my life, or most of the past events. Show More Sentences When in doubt, so I threw my best fastball. Then, as now, dental suffixes indicated the past tense of the weak verbs, as in work and worked. Moreover, this approach will enhance the possibility of finding a potential interaction between an influence of neurotoxic exposure in the past and the process of aging.
We need to look back further into the past to find the cause of these problems. One of the hardest questions for parents of a young child to answer is whether to have them further immunized when he or she has reacted to a vaccination in the past. In past years, Doncaster would be included in this group, but has managed to perform much better. The Olympic men's beach volleyball team has worn Lululemon uniforms in the past and even hockey players wear Lululemon boxers. Existing binding precedent from past cases are applied in principle to new situations by analogy.
Oil prices will almost certainly not advance in the next 12 months to the same extent as they have in the past year. If past experience is any guide, we're in for a long and difficult project. She passed two other runners just before the finish line. Athletes' use of herbal supplements has skyrocketed in the past two decades. This is the case for all irregular verbs in the past simple tense. Past the pool, the river becomes shoaly again as it prepares for the largest rapid on this section, Zoar Gap.
Past ancient treasures that stretched away into the distance in adjoining rooms. In the past this was partly paid for by local authorities, and refunded to them from the government to varying degrees. In this case, not a lot has changed in the past millennium and a half, except that we're more likely to be wearied by tedium, ennui or heartsickness than by physical fatigue. She was last seen with bright red hair, but has been blonde in the past and could have dyed her hair a dark colour. Past history has influenced our perspective on this score, and we would be delighted to be proven wrong. Till now he had been living too much in the past, he decided.