in Early English

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  • 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.
  • Most of the church was built in Early English style.
  • The east window dates from the 19th century and is in Early English style.
  • While this is Irish-influenced, there has also been evidence of its use in Early English.
  • Oral tradition was very strong in early English culture and most literary works were written to be performed.
  • He became one of the most eminent scholars in the country in early English literature and language. Cited from Autobiography of Seventy Years, Vol. 1-2, by George Hoar
  • Some of these were used in early English-language versions of cartoon movies.
  • The body of the church is in Early English style with lancet windows.
  • The church is built of rough stone to a simple layout in Early English style.
  • These translations held a prominent place in early English literature.
  • This is constructed in stone with a slate roof, in Early English style.
  • The eastern ends of both aisles were altered in Early English times. Cited from The Cathedral Church of Peterborough, by W.D. Sweeting
  • The tower is in Romanesque style, and the rest of the church is in Early English style.
  • It originates from the early 13th century and is in Early English style.
  • The damaged part was rebuilt in Early English style.
  • St Lucia's Church is a foundation of unknown age, originally built in Early English style.
  • The tower is Saxon, and the 19th-century restoration is in Early English style.
  • I do not remember to have met with the name James in early English history; and it seems to have reached us from Scotland. Cited from Notes and Queries, Number 16, February 16, 1850, by Various
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