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# the age of ten in a sentence

1.
She began writing poems at **the age of ten**.

2.
At **the age of ten** he got his first guitar.

3.
Josephine died at **the age of ten** months.

4.
He began racing karts at **the age of ten**.

5.
Norberg started to curl at **the age of ten**.

6.
He has been acting since **the age of ten**.

7.
He started working at **the age of ten**.

8.
Drury contracted polio at **the age of ten**.

9.
She took up ice dancing at **the age of ten**.

10.
He began composing at **the age of ten**.

11.
Faiella began skating at **the age of ten**.

12.
At **the age of ten** he became an orphan.

13.
Johnson began weaving at **the age of ten**.

14.
Chan started tennis at **the age of ten**.

15.
He arrived in France at **the age of ten**.

16.
He began singing at **the age of ten**.

17.
Fenson began curling at **the age of ten**.

18.
He learned piano from **the age of ten**.

19.
He began learning sax at **the age of ten**.

20.
He died at **the age of ten** in 1956.

21.
She moved to London at **the age of ten**.

22.
He began writing songs at **the age of ten**.

23.
He learned to surf by **the age of ten**.

24.
Started playing chess at **the age of ten**.

25.
He became an orphan at **the age of ten**.

26.
Box began singing at **the age of ten**.

27.
From **the age of ten**, Elie had to work.

28.
She started ballet at **the age of ten**.

29.
At **the age of ten**, her father died.

30.
She began with sport at **the age of ten**.

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