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Synonyms for early

Synonyms for early

at or near the start of a period, development, or series

of, existing, or occurring in a distant period

developing, occurring, or appearing before the expected time

before the expected time

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at or near the beginning of a period of time or course of events or before the usual or expected time

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being or occurring at an early stage of development

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belonging to the distant past

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very young

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of an early stage in the development of a language or literature

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expected in the near future

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during an early stage

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before the usual time or the time expected

in good time

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Similar to the LAI data, no soil moisture treatment differences were detected during the early bloom canopy PPFD interception measurements, but by late bloom, the dryland plants were intercepting 8% less PPFD than the irrigated plants.
At first blush, Menem's record is impressive: lie served for two terms from 1989 to 1999, enjoying an early bloom of international glory for beating back 5,000% annual inflation and ushering in historic growth.
Not all that long ago, when the civil rights movement was in early bloom, public ethnic and racial humor in many places went through a period of heightened disapprobation.
And McConnell's experience reflects much of what is being seen across California this year, as a warm spring forced early bloom in many vineyards, pushing vine growth as far ahead as four weeks in some places.
Some are concerned for the dogwood trees in early bloom and wondering about the tulips in Emirgan Park; and many hearts are heavy with other concerns than weather and plants.
The summerlike weather also sparked an early bloom of flowers - and colourful wildlife.
If you live in the Antelope Valley, planting apricots can be risky because of their early bloom time -- the word apricot comes from the Latin praecox, meaning early -- in February or March.
David Howell has had a rash of double bogeys to mar otherwise good efforts in the States this month, Sergio Garcia managed only 28 holes before retiring hurt at Westchester and may still have a back problem, Nick Dougherty always seems to have at least one mega-disaster, Paul McGinley cannot make a cut, Henrik Stenson's early bloom has gone, and despite Peter Hedblom's surprise 11th-place finish last year, he, Maarten Lafeber, Philip Archer, Graeme Storm, Kenneth Ferrie and Oliver Wilson look way out of their depth.
In 2000, plant samples were collected from all treatments except at early bloom when sampling was omitted in N-112 and N-224 treatments.
Alfalfa cut in early bloom has sortie purple flower petals and stems that are larger than bud stage alfalfa.
The early bloom has fruit farmers worried about weather changes that could spell freeze damage.
SR\u304 NAGAR (C\u304 HAN)- The early bloom of flowers on almond trees in the sprawling historic Badamwari garden in Kashmir has started drawing nature lovers and tourists.
In mid-May, temperatures reaching or approaching triple-digits brought an early bloom throughout the county.
The second thing about that early bloom is that since they come by themselves we enjoy the delicate recurved blooms more.