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newly elected/formed/arrived etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnewly elected/formed/arrived etcnewly elected/formed/arrived etcelected etc very recently the newly appointed director newly fallen snowsee thesaurus at recently newly
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newly elected/formed/arrived etcWorkshops and initiatives for the newly arrived civil engineers, tile-makers and labourers did not materialise.As he waits for the computer to load up the programmes, he scans the rolls of newly arrived faxes.The amnesty was reportedly requested by the newly elected local councils of Rangamati, Bandarban and Khagrachbari.Then the elite persuaded the newly elected mayor to appoint a committee to lay the groundwork for redevelopment.The newly formed opposition coalition insisted it was the majority and kept the original day and time.A number of firms may also have had problems in achieving the synergies expected of newly formed structures.Balmy, near-equatorial currents from Panthalassa rushed between the sundered continents along the newly formed Tethyan Seaway.I knew that the press was doing a selling job when we supported a newly arrived unit from Hawaii.
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