1 All passes but we, all changes.
2 Then again she changed her dress.
3 So he came for the week-end, and changed.
4 The tune changed; snapped; broke; jagged.
5 Don't stand gaping, Lucy, or the wind'll change.
6 He'll have to hurry, or he won't have time to change.
7 Nothing changed their affection; no argument; no fact; no truth.
8 It was Aunt Lucy, waving her hand at him as he came in, who made him change.
9 Then he saw her face change, as if she had got out of one dress and put on another.
10 Visitors, he had concluded, as he drew up behind; and had gone to his room to change.
11 She would save a slice for Sunny--his drawing-room name Sung-Yen had undergone a kitchen change into Sunny.
12 What she meant was, change had to come, unless things were perfect; in which case she supposed they resisted Time.
13 Hogben's Folly was still eminent; the very flat, field-parcelled land had changed only in this--the tractor had to some extent superseded the plough.
14 For the house before the Reformation, like so many houses in that neighbourhood, had a chapel; and the chapel had become a larder, changing, like the cat's name, as religion changed.
15 For the house before the Reformation, like so many houses in that neighbourhood, had a chapel; and the chapel had become a larder, changing, like the cat's name, as religion changed.