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(comparative and superlative of 'early') more early than

with the least delay

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Cern launched its project to recover artefacts and documents from those earliest days.
The earliest and latest born winners show that diverging from the average date is no bar to racecourse success.
PREHISTORIC FINDS IN WALES The earliest known human remains discovered in modern-day Wales date from 230,000 years ago.
In The Earliest Christian Artifacts: Manuscripts and Christian Origins (Erdmans, $20), Larry W.
481(a) adjustment that would be taken into account entirely in the earliest open year under examination.
Chinese medicine is a tradition that evolved from the earliest myths and philosophies of the Chinese people.
Paleontologists recently unearthed fossils of such a creature, which met their expectations for a proposed missing link between fish and the earliest land vertebrates.
From the earliest German Oswald legend, to later renditions that were retold in the style of bride- quest romances in which Oswald no longer died as a martyr, St.
The earliest float-sink application for plastics was probably PP battery cases at MA Polymers (now MA Industries) in 1969.
Among the earliest systems recommended by material suppliers for the vulcanization of ethylene/propylene/diene monomer (EPDM) rubbers was the 3 x 0.
The earliest known mention of Babylon was found on a tablet dating to this time.
Now in an updated and expanded second edition, The Gospel of Thomas and Christian Wisdom by Stevan Davies (Professor of Religious Studies, College Misericordia, Pennsylvania) focuses upon the writings known as the Gospel of Thomas which were discovered in Egypt in 1945 as part of the now famous Nag Hammadi Library, a collection of first century Christian documents that are some of the earliest written records we have available arising from the earliest days of the Christian movement.
This collection of fiction and nonfiction accounts of childhood covers a span of American authors from the earliest days of the 20th century to the earliest days of the 21st century.
In 1936, the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) displayed, with works from the Museum of Modern Art, one of this country's earliest showcases of African artifacts.
Malone still is not expected to play until next Friday at the earliest, and it could be out much longer.