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1. Not long after that he resigned.
2. Only if it's not long distance.
3. He committed suicide not long ago.
4. Our office was soundproofed not long ago.
5. Not long after that, he got married.
6. It was on TV not long ago.
7. Not long after the wedding, his wife became ill.
8. It was not long since that I returned.
9. It was not long before tragedy struck again.
10. It's not long ago that they arrived in Britain.
11. They arrived in Britain not long ago/recently.
12. She died not long afterwards .
13. It was not long before I tracked down the lost watch.
14. Not long after getting back on his feet,[sentencedict.com] he began mentoring schoolkids in the city.
15. The new drug began to operate not long after it is taken.
16. Not long after the chairman resigned, shares in the company tanked.
17. The cheers are usually not long, but it takes a long time to practice shouting them together.
18. It was not long before I realised the enormity of my faux pas.
19. It was not long before their peace was disturbed by the next wave of visitors.
20. It was not long before they began to complain.
21. But it was not long before a backlash began.
22. Not long afterwards, ugly rumours began to circulate.
22. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and create good sentences.
23. Not long after this controversy, Ungar himself died.
24. But not long after, it was back.
25. That main thrust was not long in developing thereafter.
26. Mrs. Steed died not long after she signed her statement on 16 December 1985.
27. Not long ago I had read that each atom was a sort of solar system.
28. 'Have you ever been to Rome?' 'Yes, I have, actually. Not long ago.'
29. The newly built railway line was brought into use not long ago.
30. She had no head for business, and it was not long before she went under.
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