1 I was reading that in a book this morning.
2 It took my mother half the morning to order dinner.
3 Faith required hours of kneeling in the early morning.
4 At this early hour of a June morning the library was empty.
5 For herself, every morning, kneeling, she protected her vision.
6 "Good morning, sir," a hollow voice boomed at him from a beak of paper.
7 It was here, early that very morning, that he had destroyed the little boy's world.
8 Pointz Hall was seen in the light of an early summer morning to be a middle-sized house.
9 A painted cloth must convey--what the Times and Telegraph both said in their leaders that very morning.
10 "Say good morning, George; say 'Good morning, Grandpa,'" Mabel urged him, giving him a push towards the man.'
11 And then had been spun between them an early morning thread before the twigs and leaves of real friendship emerge.
12 It got her out of bed on a cold morning and sent her down the muddy path to worship it, whose mouthpiece was Streatfield.
13 But, Sir Spaniel, there are some stars that--ahem--stay fixed; that shine, to put it in a nutshell, never so bright as by a sea-coal fire on a brisk morning.
14 So she sat down to morning tea, like any other old lady with a high nose, thin cheeks, a ring on her finger and the usual trappings of rather shabby but gallant old age, which included in her case a cross gleaming gold on her breast.
15 It was a shock to find, after the morning's look in the glass, and the arrow of desire shot through her last night by the gentleman farmer, how much she felt when he came in, not a dapper city gent, but a cricketer, of love; and of hate.
16 Before there was a channel, when the earth, upon which the Windsor chair was planted, was a riot of rhododendrons, and humming birds quivered at the mouths of scarlet trumpets, as she had read that morning in her Outline of History, they had come.
17 This morning that sweetness was: "How cook had told 'im off about the asparagus; how when she rang I said: how it was a sweet costume with blouse to match;" and that was leading to something about a feller as they walked up and down the terrace rolling sweets, trundling the perambulator.'
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