considerable time in a sentence
1. Some of these were used for a considerable time.
2. it took considerable time to cool, however.
3. The considerable time and money Bomp!
4. Consequently, meerkats spend considerable time in burrows;
5. However, this can take considerable time.
6. This occupied a considerable time.
7. He also spent considerable time defending his work.
8. For a considerable time only the top lock was in water.
9. many did not return to the UK for a considerable time.
10. Both expeditions spent considerable time at Joara.
11. They spent considerable time at the fortress.
12. He spent considerable time in Germany.
13. The line took a considerable time to complete;
14. For a considerable time, Ellery was quite a busy place.
15. The area has been inhabited for a considerable time.
16. He also spent considerable time painting in France.
17. deliberation can take considerable time;
18. Considerable time and effort was expended at the Nicobars;
19. He was not able to pull guard for any considerable time.
20. Mosset has spent considerable time in New York and Paris.
21. Maclean spent a considerable time at Shaka's kraal.
22. All four served a considerable time in Russian prisons;
23. He held this position for some considerable time.
24. He then spent considerable time on reading and writing.
25. He was also for a considerable time examiner in medicine.
26. Schmidt devoted considerable time to applied science.
27. Chevalier spent considerable time in Mexico.
28. The park has remained unburnt for a considerable time.
29. Both men and women spent considerable time fishing.
30. r. 1736–1747) and spent considerable time close to him.
- the date
- the Proto-Afroasiatic language
- approximately 7,500 BC
- approximately 16,000 BC
- c. 10,000 BC
- c. 11,000 BC
- c. 16,000 BC
- These dates
- other proto-languages
- "original homeland
- the hypothetical place
- Proto-Afroasiatic language speakers
- a single linguistic community
- this original language
- distinct languages
- Their distribution
- the Sahara pump
- no agreement
- this language family
- The main theories
- Widespread (though not universal) features
- the Afroasiatic languages
- the most remarkable shared features
- the prefixing verb conjugation
- this section
- a distinctive pattern
- /ʔ t n y/
- third-singular masculine /y-/
- tonal languages
- the Omotic and Chadic branches
- certain Cushitic languages
- The Semitic
- Egyptian branches
- Afroasiatic cognates
- ten pronouns
- three nouns
- three verbs
- two etymological dictionaries
- The two dictionaries