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I went for a run before breakfast.
The others had got there before us.
Won’t you have another drink before you go?
I joined the police in 1999. Before that I was in the army.
Two weeks before the election the first reports of the scandal began to appear.
You should seek legal advice before signing anything.
Haven’t we met before somewhere?
Never before in modern history has one nation dominated the world so completely.
Several years went by before I realized that David had lied to me.
Before I could think of a reply she walked away.
Clean up that mess before your father sees it.
You’d better go away before I lose my temper.
The case went before a grand jury on December 17th.
The question before us is whether we should allow a foreign government to control our commerce.
The team scored an impressive victory before 76,000 fans at Arrowhead Stadium.
A few miles before the border we were stopped at an army checkpoint.
Our house is just before you get to the end of the road.
Lawrence knelt before the king.
Before the temple gate stood a bronze statue of Buddha.
The names are in alphabetical order, so ‘Barnes’ should come before ‘Brown’.
A promising career stretched out before him.
You’re still young – you have your whole life before you.