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‘Did you hear him when he left the house?’ ‘Yes, I heard him then and when he came back.’
a political refugee who was then living in the United States
I can see you next weekend. Can you wait until then?
Back in 1950 Bourton was a sleepy little village, but things have changed a lot since then.
the then Secretary of State, Michael Forsyth
My grandfather rented 120 Church Street from the then owners, W. Collins and Sons.
He glanced quickly at Sally and then looked away again.
Add the numbers together first – then multiply.
First Lewis will give a TV interview. Then comes the main news conference.
‘He won’t resign.’ ‘Then we must force him to leave.’
If no one else is willing, then I’ll have to do the job myself.
‘We went to the same school.’ ‘You’re old friends then?’
You’re not angry with me, then?
This, then, was the problem that faced him – he could not do his duty without betraying his friends.
All right then, I’ll see you back at the hotel.
So that’s agreed then – lunch for eight on Christmas Day.