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before long

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in the near future

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They'll soon take you away," said Ginger, "and I shall lose the only friend I have, and most likely we shall never see each other again.
But soon he was pelting home to his mother with the glorious news.
It soon appeared that London was not the place for her.
Why, she'll eat a little bird as soon as look at it
After we had talked for a while they took me back with them on board their ship, where the captain received me kindly, and we soon set sail, and after several days reached a large and prosperous-looking town where all the houses were built of stone.
Oh, that a time might soon come for you to turn your skill to some account
He soon retired to bed; and the next morning, feeling exceedingly unwell, he remained in his room pondering.
Blifil, from his inexperience in the ways of women, and from his conceit of himself, took this behaviour for a modest assent to his courtship; and when, to shorten a scene which she could no longer support, Sophia rose up and left the room, he imputed that, too, merely to bashfulness, and comforted himself that he should soon have enough of her company.
When she was dying she bade me take the fruit, which you have no right to possess, from the trees every year as soon as it was ripe.
As soon as she met with Edmund she told him her distress.
It was an afternoon of distress, and Anne had every thing to do at once; the apothecary to send for, the father to have pursued and informed, the mother to support and keep from hysterics, the servants to control, the youngest child to banish, and the poor suffering one to attend and soothe; besides sending, as soon as she recollected it, proper notice to the other house, which brought her an accession rather of frightened, enquiring companions, than of very useful assistants.
Aware that if she gave herself much time, she might feel it difficult to bring forward so unpleasant a subject, she took the first opportunity of being suddenly alone with Eleanor, and of Eleanor's being in the middle of a speech about something very different, to start forth her obligation of going away very soon.
As soon as freedom was declared, he sent for my mother to come to the Kanawha Valley, in West Virginia.
My dear friend," cried Lucy, as soon as they were by themselves, "I come to talk to you of my happiness.
The conversation, beginning with a few disconnected phrases, soon gave place to loud and steady snores.