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But one year elapses, ten, twenty years elapse, and there is no war.
Almost six months were about to elapse and I was not serious in my studies.
It might be that a long interval would elapse ere the White Whale was seen.
He looked up at them both, noticed the elapse time on his computer, and smiled.
He had only three-quarters of an hour left before the time appointed by his Clara would elapse.
Almost one month was about to elapse I had been visiting in Rahamed chacha’s tea stall, morning and evening.
Then the eight of us sat there, each alone in our stations, watching the last fifteen minutes elapse on the countdown clock.

This is necessary for obvious reasons since you would not want time to elapse before repositioning the flowers in their new soil.
He could divorce later if he found it impossible to forgive her but a cooling off period of a month should elapse before any decision was taken.
Beginning with a prodromal symptom such as itching or tingling, several days may elapse before the sore will appear and become inflamed and painful.
The token-passing system was also deterministic, which meant that it could calculate the maximum amount of time that would elapse before a particular node could transmit.
It seemed to him that she was reproaching him for having allowed so long a time to elapse without coming as far as her, and that she was saying to him: I am coming myself.
As the night continued to elapse, Mitchell monitored the clock in accordance to his sketchy plan of leaving the security of the quiet van, for the uncertainty the dark night provided.
Inquiries are now being made at the offices, but I fear that the complete register of the stockholders of these South American concerns is in South America, and that some weeks must elapse before we can trace the shares.
This child's whole person, her mien, her attitude, the sound of her voice, the intervals which she allowed to elapse between one word and the next, her glance, her silence, her slightest gesture, expressed and betrayed one sole idea,— fear.
Monte Cristo allowed a short time to elapse, and then said, It is singular, baron, but the same idea came across me the first time I came here; it looked so gloomy I should never have bought it if my steward had not taken the matter into his own hands.
Having paid the money asked, which amounted to fifty pounds five shillings, at the usual special rate of five shillings a mile, they demanded to be shown the carriage, and at once took their seats in it, although they were assured that the better part of an hour must elapse before the line could be cleared.
It is thus that the guilty prisoner looks forward to the day of his trial, thus that the condemned one awaits the hour of his execution, and it is thus that the unwilling bride counts the few days and hours which elapse before she enters on a bondage more terrible than death itself, and from which only death can release her.
As the price of the underlying stock increases, the value of a call option should increase (everything else remaining unchanged, a useful assumption for this discussion but unlikely in the real world, where time will elapse even if nothing else changes), and as the price of the underlying stock decreases, the value of a call option should decrease (making the same assumption).
A very long time elapsed.
A couple of minutes elapsed.
Hardly any time had elapsed.
A full thirty seconds elapsed.
The time had elapsed to 1:50 A.
But days, weeks, months, elapsed.
About a quarter of an hour elapsed.
In this manner a certain time elapsed.
Fifty rounds of the fight have elapsed.
The real row contains the elapsed time.
Even though ten years had elapsed, Vinny.
Six months have elapsed since the First Act.
After that time had elapsed the cobles would.
Ten months had elapsed since the pretty farce.
But, as a matter of fact, seven weeks elapsed.
Five months and a half have elapsed since then.
Years had elapsed since the appearance of this.
Ten or twelve weeks had elapsed since that night.
The elapsed time from A to J is normally 15 years.
A considerable interval elapsed before it again rose.
One complete year had elapsed in the training centre.
Now four days had elapsed, and Valentine still lived.
Several minutes elapsed thus, and the light retreated.
Another couple of days elapsed in darkness in my life.
I believe two days elapsed before the memorial service.
Perhaps no time had elapsed since the being had arrived.
In both cases, the time elapsed was 12 years, 10 months.
It seemed to him that more than half an hour had elapsed.
Then another dark month elapsed with the tears of my grief.
Too much time had elapsed since the first time either one.
A quarter of an hour had not elapsed when this is what was.
Five seconds elapsed but the door remained steadfastly shut.
Almost a week had elapsed since the bombing of the Sector1.
Since my entry not more than half an hour could have elapsed.
A minute had not elapsed, when the sound of the cracking of.
A year had elapsed, but the divide on the ground was visible.
OK, he said after five or six silent seconds had elapsed.
It was already twelve years elapsed; we didn’t see each other.
An hour and half had elapsed before the Inspector returned alone.
Over a hundred years elapsed before the Toltecs moved into the.
But one year elapses, ten, twenty years elapse, and there is no war.
There’s a whole lot of time that elapses between this song and the last.
The more time that elapses after the price spike without any news, the more likely there is no cat and no bag and the rumour is false.

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