postponed till

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  • Of course, his marriage was now to be postponed till the election should be over. ...
  • Further trial was postponed till the motor could be put in better running condition. ...
  • Otherwise he declared that at least the festival should be postponed till September. ...
  • The trial ought to have been postponed till he got well.
  • It is, in fact, the same crime postponed till a later period. ...
  • This study, however, may very well be postponed till the study of grammar has been taken up. ...
  • All these things must be performed on Saturday, or postponed till the subsequent week. ...
  • Nothing was done on that day which could have been done the day before, or could be postponed till the day after. ...
  • So the matter was postponed till another occasion, and I set off again at once for Paris. ...
  • The whole business has, after all, been postponed till January, but there is no difficulty about it.
  • Marriage is generally postponed till after the war, owing to the legal and other difficulties involved. ...
  • Never postpone till to-morrow what can be done to-day. ...
  • Let the cause, therefore, be postponed till he come. ...
  • More thorough tests will have to be postponed till the child is two years old or more. ...
  • The light was still bad and the sky overcast, so the start was postponed till next morning. ...
  • At twelve or thirteen the hair was generally bound up, though this ceremony was often frequently postponed till marriage.
  • The attack was postponed till the guns were in position. ...
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