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used in Tess of the d'Urbervilles

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the time during which something continues
  • Not guessing the cause, there was nothing to remind him that experience is as to intensity, and not as to duration.
    3 — The Rally (47% in)
  • It was the last of the three lives for whose duration the house and premises were held under a lease; and it had long been coveted by the tenant-farmer for his regular labourers, who were stinted in cottage accommodation.
    6 — The Convert (76% in)

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