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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CIRCA

The like figures may be seen in the drawings of John Leech, circa 1860.

In the time of Leland, the antiquary (circa 1550) it was known as the Lindis.

Written circa 812, showing one of the poets periods of retirement.

Circa alpina (enchanter's nightshade), very common in woods.

A sign on the structure says "Home of Thomas Mason, circa 1775."

Khurram would be about five when given Balkh in circa 911 AH.

The monastery was much enlarged and enriched by him circa 1160.

These horses were brought from Constantinople after the fourth Crusade, circa 1203.

They settled there circa Edward VI., and became extinct in 1740.

May Terrace was built on the bowling-green (circa 1824 and later).

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