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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TILL
Yes, dearest Philothea; but not till she had first told me of her own marriage with Geta.
Boy, they be not due to you till you be come to years of discretion.
As for me, not a foot will I budge, till I have seen thee empty that bowl.
She had her duty to perform, and she expected to be taken care of till it was done.
We did not get on it till we had travelled along the line about fifteen miles.
They are barren, till the imagination has tenanted them with possibilities of danger and dismay.
This to the same tune, till every hand had been shaken by every one of the company.
Till then we must submit with what fortitude and cheerfulness we may.
"Not till I heard the minister's kind voice," was the reply.
But there was no getting from him, till I had heard a great deal more of what he had to say.