much less time than

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  • All this passed in much less time than it takes to tell it. ...
  • All this was done in much less time than it takes to tell it. ...
  • All this passed in much less time than has been necessary to describe it. ...
  • All this really took place in much less time than it takes for me to tell it. ...
  • If I have them in summer I shall keep them much less time than in winter. ...
  • All this was achieved in much less time than is occupied in the recital. ...
  • The hardest part of the work was over and had been done in much less time than had been expected. ...
  • Human hearts get ruinous in so much less time than stone walls and towers. ...
  • These are very short, occupying much less time than many of the pupils think desirable.
  • But the average mind could learn a lesson well in much less time than is spent upon learning it poorly. ...
  • In this way very fine masses of the latter may be obtained in much less time than if they were grown from small plants. ...
  • The whole of this conversation, which was repeated to me later on, took much less time than it does now to write it down. ...
  • Clover said it seemed to her very queer that there was so much less time than usual in the world. ...
  • No doubt he made the shore in much less time than it took Maurice; for there was need that he should. ...
  • It all happened in much less time than it takes to tell it, of course, and a moment afterwards one could not have told how it had occurred. ...
  • The ascent was by no means difficult or unpleasant, and occupied much less time than it would have taken to follow the path. ...
  • All this passed in much less time than has been required to relate it, and all this did Mabel witness. ...
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