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    Examples of early in a Sentence

  • 例文 early
    1. The author's early days were filled with agrestic surroundings.
    2. The idea was to celebrate Buy Nothing Day, an antiholiday invented by the Vancouver-based Media Foundation in the early 90s that takes place on what's traditionally one of the busiest shopping days of the year. "
    3. Meals on early space flights were bare-bones affairs; able to supply nutrition, but severely lacking in palatability.
    4. The process may be relevant to the early stages of formation of the large sediment-hosted deposits from brines, exhalative fluids, or basinal fluids, and to formation of other low-temperature ZnS deposits.
    5. 'Twas early June, the new grass was flourishing everywheres, the posies in the yard—peonies and such—in full bloom, the sun was shining, and the water of the bay was blue, with light green streaks where the shoal showed.
    6. From an early age, I had decided I wanted to be beholden to no one.
    7. The Blues, without new big-money signings Fernando Torres and David Luiz, relied on their old guard to dig them out of an early hole.
    8. The band is called Let Freedom Swing, and in Thursday night’s early set it played [ … ] a calypsolike “We Shall Overcome”; and a version of Herbie Hancock ’s strange bossa nova “I Have a Dream.”
    9. The weather was cat, so they returned home early.
  • 例文 earlies
    1. I'm on earlies next week
  • 例文 earlier
    1. A similar value was predicted earlier based on semiquantitive considerations by others (e.g. [39 , 81 ]).
    2. Subgroup analysis suggested that seronegativization occurs earlier in children compared to adults.
    3. Atwood calls The Year of the Flood a "simultaneal," since the time frame overlaps with Oryx and Crake and some of the characters from that earlier book reappear.
    4. The finding that CNM was recorded only from nymphs, and not from larvae, corresponds well with earlier studies and may suggest that CNM is not transovarially transmitted.
    5. And even though a moment earlier he had felt guilty not to have taken Dave's anguish more to heart, Claytor found himself annoyed at being caught red-handedly dogless .
  • 例文 earliest
    1. The pure Culdees were Albyn's earliest priests of God. — Campbell.
    2. ONE of Ken Kwapis’s earliest filmgoing memories is watching the 1962 rampaging-monster movie “King Kong vs. Godzilla” at the local drive-in with his father in Belleville, Ill. Or rather, not watching it.
    3. Prehistoric artists used hand-prints in cave paintings, perhaps as as 'signature'. They might be considered the earliest example of a biometric identifier.
    4. The earliest attributable use was by Lady Newdigate in a letter written in 1789 (and published in Newdigate-Newdegate Cheverels in 1898)[1]:
    5. the earliest pipe of half-awakened birds
    6. One of his earliest recollections." - Thomas Babington Macaulay.
    7. The earliest sapiens were gatherers, scavengers, and hunters of food.
    8. (Mr. Fosback has also backtested this indicator to the late 1940s, the earliest period for which data on the coincident economic indicators were available, and it performed just as well from then until the late ’70s as it did in more recent decades.)
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