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Meantime, Allison and Kitty, hurrying home with their guest, had delighted Norah by a demand for early supper.

Owing to circumstances, the eldest lad had to be sent to school at an early age.

His eye-glass gave him an air of full dress even at this early hour.

The Girl From His TownMarie Van Vorst

The country abounds in reptiles, and the prevalent fishes are of the early kinds, having a cartilaginous structure.

The dead calm of early morning was on the water, and the little craft went skimming and wimpling across.

Rolf In The WoodsErnest Thompson Seton

So early as in 1609 the great Grotius had published his treatise of Mare Liberum in favour of the freedom of the seas.

The Romanesque school of the Rhine had derived the feature from the early chapels of Rome.

How France Built Her CathedralsElizabeth Boyle O'Reilly

We remembered each other, and, each in our different lives, we were constant to our early love.

And with this double collapse had come a strange irresistible resurgence of early feelings and forgotten superstitions.

Ghetto TragediesIsrael Zangwill

How early this distinction was adopted I have not been able to discover.

Dissertation on SlaverySt. George Tucker.

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