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There are two or three ancient churches dating from Saxon times which exhibit some remarkable specimens of Saxon architecture.
The island is charming and interesting, with ruins and relics dating from the time itPg 304 was an independent kingdom.
A part of the original building which yet remains is claimed to be still older, dating from the first century.
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The next in order are those in Rome, of which there are a very large number in existence, dating from the 8th to the 11th century.
They would clear out without waiting to part their hair, and I could take my own time about dating the explosion.
Coity church, dating from the 14th century, is a fine cruciform building with central embattled tower in Early Decorated style.
More or less presumptive evidence may be adduced for a yet more specific dating.
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The foot plateau which succeeds is composed of sedimentary rocks dating from Trias to Jurassic.
For now, please let letters out to all District wholesalers, telling them of the Birthday Quotas and the new dating procedures.
This man came of Scottish ancestry, the earliest records of the family dating from 1547.

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