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I've known Joanna since she was born.
Turkey has been a republic since 1923.
It's over nine years since Scotland won a game against England.
I'd not seen her since she went to live in Oxford.
Paul started sailing in 1986 and he's been doing it ever since.
Ever since I was at school, I've wanted to write.
Since arriving in New York, Thomas has had over 15 job interviews.
There have been many changes around here since I was a boy.
The accident was blamed on the pilot, who has since retired.
Last year the company was expanding, but since then things have got really tough.
Since Barbara is no longer my wife, I'm no longer responsible for her debts.
I shall not be able to attend the meeting since I shall be on holiday with my family.
You should talk to Karen since she's the one responsible for authorizing payments.
This is the British English definition of since. View American English definition of since.
to kill someone in a violent way