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1. "Call me Earl!" he entreated.
2. The Earl of Essex was a famous Elizabethan.
3. Earl was caught red-handed taking the money.
4. An earl is beneath a duke.
5. Earl describes his past links with the racist group as a youthful indiscretion .
6. The Earl of Arundel's heir was restored to his inheritance and granted the lordship of Chirk.
7. The late Earl passed on much of his fortune to his daughter.
8. Uncle Earl was exhausted and his shirt hung in shreds.
9. A portrait of the earl takes pride of place in the entrance hall.
10. When the Earl of Surrey died in 1347 he left no direct heir.
11. In Shakespeare's play, 'King Lear', the Earl of Gloucester's eyes are gouged out.
12. I want you to change it around, Earl.
13. The Earl of Derby had a town house here.
13. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.
14. Earl Daugherty led off the stunting in a Canuck.
15. He received manors and rents from the earl.
16. The Earl of Bothwell - a strong, clever man.
17. Earl picked up his sandwich and bit into it.
18. Anybody know where Earl Varney is these days?
19. Joseph Earl Biased reporting on John Cook.
20. Earl Spencer was not expected to survive the night.
21. The earl, so Sir Philip informed me, is greatly attached to your boy.
22. Even after Tuathal started to breathe, Earl Siward still remained motionless.
23. The Earl of Uxbridge attempted to end the coal allowance of his Staffordshire colliers in 1757.
24. If he is going to see them, Earl Bush, the press aide, will brief him on likely questions.
25. It's going on five years since Earl Woods threw down the gauntlet and the snickering has stopped.
26. Earl Robert kept the two monastic dignitaries one on either side of him, with Hugh at Herluin's other side.
27. She married well above her station — I think her husband is an earl.
28. The order of precedence for titled nobility in Britain is duke, marquis, earl, viscount, baron.
29. It arose from the recent conquest of the northern coastal area as far as Anglesey by his friend Hugh, earl of Chester.
30. He raised his chin a notch and swiveled his head at Earl Varney and Floyd Johnson standing half behind him.
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