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1 They've seen that long before.
2 Shoppers began arriving long before the 10am opening time.
3 The area was inhabited long before the dawn of recorded history .
4 He retired long before the war.
5 It wasn't long before the debts were piling up.
6 He tired long before the match was over.
7 I heard about him long before I saw him.
8 It wasn't long before Lisa arrived.
9 It wasn't long before she had persuaded him .
10 We've seen that film long before.
11 It was not long before tragedy struck again.
12 That had happened long before .
13 Their marriage was washed up long before they separated.
14 This all happened long before you were born.
15 They've seen that TV play long before.
16 Barry was awake long before he opened his eyes.
17 Fortunately I'll be dead and gone long before the money runs out.
18 It was not long before I tracked down the lost watch.
19 Several candidates had been manoeuvring for position long before the leadership became vacant.
20 It will not be long before the inflation figure starts to fall.
21 The problems began long before he became headteacher,[sentencedict.com](www.Sentencedict.com) but they worsened with his laissez-faire approach/attitude.
22 I'll be pushing up the daisies long before it happens.
23 Long before I ever went there, Africa was alive in my imagination.
24 Christina hoped it wouldn't be too long before she could make her escape .
25 'This should have been decided long before now.'--'We can't think of everything.'.
26 I ran up against the problem of getting taken seriously long before I became a writer.
27 If every tune from Radiohead is as good as this one is, it can't be long before they are household names.
28 The plot to assassinate Martin Luther King had started long before he was actually killed.
29 They tried to keep their affair secret, but it wasn't long before tongues began to wag.
30 She had no head for business, and it was not long before she went under.
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