How to use Then-and-now in a sentence

then-and-now
  • Well, she was only 10 then and now she's going on 15.

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  • Keeping up with child stars then and now is quite easy, as they appear in tabloid headlines or turn up on popular talk shows with some frequency.

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  • In course of time this policy had the desired effect, though the expression "Borders" proved too convenient geographically to be dropped, the king's proposed amendment being in point of fact merely sentimental and, in the relative positions then and now of England and Scotland, meaningless.

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  • It clearly shows the federalist ambitions of the European project then and now.

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  • In 2003 he was profiled in a documentary called Child Stars Then and Now.

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  • The denim lasted a long time and was easy to care for - exactly what a hard-working man needed then and now.

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  • Another interesting comparison between then and now was the fact that the imagery depicted was an artistic interpretation rather than a rendering of any actual scenes.

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  • Alison Moyet's vocals are some of the best in pop music - then and now.

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  • One of the earliest pieces of teletext documentation so far unearthed for Teletext Then and Now has been contributed by Mark Cook.

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