Present, The - definition of Present, The by The Free Dictionary
- The present, like a note in music, is nothing but as it appertains to what is past and what is to come —Walter Savage Landor
- The word ‘now’ is like a bomb through the window —Arthur Miller
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Instead of narrating the episodes of Margaret's past sequentially, Spark creates a spatial form by juxtaposing the present, the
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Although higher noise levels are present, the
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