1. characteristic of the present
    the role of computers in modern-day medicine
    contemporary trends in design
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How To Use modern-day In A Sentence

  • We believe that modern-day Hitlers have deliberately adulterated the oral polio vaccines with antifertility drugs and … viruses which are known to cause HIV and AIDS," prominent physician Datti Ahmed told journalists at the time. Scientific American
  • The modern-day emphasis is as much on avoiding illness as on enjoying optimal health.
  • The question you have asked is basic to much of modern-day science activity.
  • The imitations were produced by the painter and decorator on the canvas he used daily as a decorator, Lincrusta - perhaps better known as modern-day blown vinyl.
  • The real choice is between becoming a fully fledged United States of Europe, or remaining little more than a modern-day Holy Roman Empire, a gimcrack hodgepodge of "variable geometry" that will sooner or later fall apart. The End of the Euro
  • Their stories are narrated with sharp adroitness and lessons are drawn that apply to our modern-day craving for supermen and saviours.
  • The current crop of middle to late 20th Century ‘Period Dramas’, all re-evaluate the past through a filter of modern-day attitudes.
  • It's believed that the Botai people of modern-day Kazakhstan were the first to domesticate the horse some 5,000 years ago. Tracking Equine Evolution
  • And the stakes are high - tribal peoples are intimidated, beaten and sometimes killed for opposing modern-day land grabs.
  • But modern-day swimming pool chutes and ponies captured the imagination and attention of the youngsters.
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