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There I believe thy mind maybe made whole again, and that it may be with thee as it was beforetime.
The words now and beforetime denote too long an interval to allow room for such a supposition.
THE BIBLE: WHAT IT ISCHARLES BRADLAUGH
One or two friends whose professions had beforetime been profuse, Eleanor met.
It was said beforetime that if a sword be the death of five score of men, it comes to be possessed of a lust for slaying.
THE THIRSTY SWORDROBERT LEIGHTON
Would you have believed that I was bribed, my prince, had it not chanced that you had heard of the sword from me beforetime?
KING OLAF'S KINSMANCHARLES WHISTLER
Sir Richard Granville's mizzen-mast, which had beforetime been sorely hacked and splintered, fell with a crash.
THE GOLDEN GALLEONROBERT LEIGHTON
The heaven beyond on which he muses as he gazes, the home for which he longs, baptizes him with its light beforetime.
For even the birds of Ares that haunted the desert isle beforetime, not even them did we find.
THE ARGONAUTICAAPOLLONIUS RHODIUS
I knew that where beforetime he was wont to have forty great sails, at the least, in his ports, now he hath not past six or seven.
RALEIGHEDMUND GOSSE
You have punished offenders against God's law and the Church's rule beforetime.
THE DEEMSTERHALL CAINE

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