Early English

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  • In fact one of them set up a college during early English times.
  • The windows along the sides of the church are in Early English style.
  • The north wall has a two-light window in Early English style.
  • The church is built in a cross-shape, in Early English style.
  • He was one of the early English-knowing Indian officials in government service.
  • The church has a square, Early English Period tower at the western end.
  • The following works are of special interest in studying early English literature. Cited from Outlines of English Literature, by William J. Long
  • The church is probably the oldest building -- a fine example of early English architecture. Cited from British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car, by Thomas D. Murphy
  • Most of the church was built in Early English style.
  • These features are in the Early English style, although with some restoration since.
  • The early English society was founded entirely on the tie of blood. Cited from Early Britain, by Grant Allen
  • He also became an authority on early English marine artists.
  • It is built in the early English style.
  • The style of the building is early English.
  • The building is seen as a fine example of the Early English architectural style.
  • The origin of changing ends at half-time lies in the early English public school football games.
  • The building was described as "a Mission church in the Early English style."
  • There is also some Early English glass in their lower lights. Cited from The Cathedral Church of York, by A. Clutton-Brock
  • The east window dates from the 19th century and is in Early English style.
  • The general design and character of the current church are 13th century Early English.
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