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1llegada feminineadvenimiento masculine formal
- I set the record for least amount of press conferences than any president since the advent of television.
- The advent of relatively cheap satellite television and the internet may one day put an end to these lunatics.
- The advent of computing should lead to a cull of white collar workers.
- Except that the advent of this romantic reality has been accompanied by a slow poisoning of the romantic dream.
- Tim spoke with Doris about fashion, the advent of the jean and the art of the timeless.
- The advent of audio cassettes and prompters for the visually impaired seem to be a blessing.
- The legislation should have been introduced years ago before the advent of extensive mobile phone use.
- That does not mean that you cannot profit long-term from the advent of the Internet.
- He obviously didn't take into account the advent of the fly-on-the-wall documentary.
- With the advent of the Internet, the right to free speech has become a realization.
- Ever since the advent of hi-fi, nobody has paid real money for a real band in this country.
- This debate did not begin yesterday or with the advent of New Labour in political office.
- The advent of the Third World War and its consequences are discussed in many of the papers.
- Most importantly, there is no tap water here, and the wells dry up with the advent of summer.
- The advent of factions was an attempt to smooth over this alienation within the parties.
- Did the advent of the use of paper for taking notes kill off some of our memory skills?
- The advent of e-mail has made communication a far quicker and more pleasurable experience.
- With the advent of digital photography, he was quick to realise the new creative possibilities.
- With the advent of electricity and better equipment the distillation process became easier.
2also AdventReligionAdviento masculine