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Okunuşu: / əːli / Okunuş kuralları
Dil: İngilizce
Hecelenişi: ear·ly
Ekler: ear·li·er/ear·li·est
Türü: sıfat, zarf


Tanımı:


s. erken;
eski;
ilk, ilkel;

z. vakitsiz, vaktinden evvel.

early için örnek cümleler:

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  • Personal friends have kindly communicated valuable information, especially about old glasgow, the river, and early steamboats.
  • Coss ed. , the early records of medieval coventry, british academy ns xi ( oxford, 1986 ), p. xxx ).
  • The porphyry complex has a quartz porphyry core ( exposed in quebrada majaz ), which intruded an earlier feldspar porphyry complex.
  • Flourished in the early 16th century, and the manufacture of glass and bricks began in the early 17th century.
  • Phil cerny received a rousing send-off earlier this month with a full house for his farewell bash.
  • Rebuffed bid for ailing high-street retailer marks & spencer, earlier this year, was well publicized.
  • The common assumption is that those who worry about computer risks must uncritically embrace earlier technologies.
  • Some consider this syndrome, rather than benign familial neonatal convulsions, as the earliest expression of idiopathic generalized epilepsy.
  • Grease was a surprise, but fitted into the 70s retro trend that was being so heavily touted earlier in the year.
  • Attainment of pupils from disadvantaged areas has improved at the early stages of primary school.
  • The early miners found plenty of iron ore at or near to the surface of the ground.
  • Although early studies indicate a potentially promising role for vitamin e.. .
  • The refugees, severely traumatized, began entering albania through the morina border crossing near kukes in the early morning of april 28.
  • Going midweek meant there was none of the hassle of needing to be there early to grab a place.
  • The runaways, from the Columbus area, were taken into custody by officers investigating a suspicious vehicle that matched the description of the BMW taken early Saturday from the mother of one of the boys, Kansas City police said.
  • Dial hygrometers the earliest and simplest device used to measuring relative humidity is the dial hygrometer.
  • There was lots of plankton and moon jellyfish, and one diver pair had seen a hammerhead here earlier in the day.
  • Fresh out of the pool, fellow swimming superstar 11-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte left his medals at home -- it may have been hard to fit them into a London taxi full of friends as they all left a nightclub early Monday morning.
  • At his death at an early age of 41 in 1904, the family fortune had grown to
  • A severe storm hit the country in the early hours of monday 30th october.
  • Early history these risks existed from the earliest times, when the usual method of relieving poverty was by charity.
  • In other instances, chd may result from teratogens, usually unknown, during early gestation.
  • The deposits themselves contain the earliest evidence of man in the area, in the form of paleolithic flint implements.
  • Supply was restored in most of the northern states, including the capital, Delhi, by Tuesday evening, while the east, including parts of the city of Calcutta, had to wait until early on Wednesday morning for power to be restored.
  • I found they favor many black baits, and will take tares in the early season, mirroring part of their natural diet.
  • Indeed, without its role as a provider of origins, early prehistory would have little purpose.
  • It is likely that at least one earlier guildhall existed on or near the current site.
  • News report the earlier whale washed up on mull was a beaked whale of a species not known at the time of writing.
  • Monetary statistics are available more rapidly than most other economic data and provide early information on the near-term economic outlook.
  • Ian davey and ben fielding looked for early wickets but were both unsuccessful due to some solid batting.
  • Rinky-dink thingy - which still needs a name - also also made another early outing to provide musis for the occassion.
  • With six weapons tubes and greatly increased weapons stowage, the astute class carries much greater firepower than earlier classes.
  • The early years of his reign were not quiet ones; indeed, there was widespread unrest.
  • Phase i clinical trials using oral dosing were completed in early 1999.
  • Cursus monuments of the middle neolithic have been identified as have henges and stone circles of the later neolithic and earlier bronze age.
  • Fundus autofluorescence in patients with early age-related maculopathy.
  • Sadly digger peacefully passed away in the early hours of this morning.
  • Meg bailed out early feigning an injured paw which left the rest of us to head on.
  • Thor heyerdahl bold explorer who risked his life in reed boats to prove idiosyncratic theories of how early man crossed the seas.
  • There are a few angel funded deals that take off so quickly that the startup entrepreneur can easily raise $5 million or more in venture capital in the next round. These deals are likely to provide early investors with very high returns.
  • Piers of the arcade are corbels from the earlier roof; one is used as a support for a statue.
  • Also, a group of the early philosophers who were Illuminists, being compelled to accept the meaning of the angels, were only wrong in naming them
  • Getting an early start by raising them under cover such as on a bright windowsill will give earlier and better harvests later.
  • The test began with a high-resolution ultrasound of each woman to detect early signs of plaque build up in the carotid arteries.
  • A dismasted brig is generally dated to the end of the earlier period, that is around 1809-10.
  • Finally in the ash garden is one of the earliest flowering rhododendrons.
  • Briolette diamond earrings during the 18th and early 19th centuries as technology and science progressed, many historic traditions fell by the wayside.
  • Practiseot all the men up an hour early to practice throwing their berets in the air in delight at meeting the chief.
  • In early years, the commonest occurrence was the development of severe opportunistic infections with death a likely outcome.
  • Exists for backward binary compatibility with earlier versions of the swing library.
  • Thursday 19 january an early breakfast was followed by our first pelagic of the trip, from valparaiso, on board the karina masiel.
  • Perhaps i was blessed to be sent so early to so plentiful a land as uganda.
  • Some tissues may have higher titres earlier than brain tissue eg gut, hence these are best avoided from british sources.
  • Aspirin effects on the development of cataract in patients with diabetes mellitus: early treatment diabetic retinopathy study report 16.
  • Jessica had rhinoplasty early in her career ( 2000 ), the eye lid surgery would happen later.
  • With a smattering of snow in the air, charlton were in the early ascendancy.
  • The proconsul is an early ape, which was once considered to be a distinct genus.
  • Excavation would be necessary to find out if any of the platforms date from the early historic or medieval periods.
  • Up to now i havent mentioned the royal society, whose early history is intimately connected with gresham college.
  • Intense desert heat, except for arriving a week early to the death valley start area.
  • The greatest fusarium patch infection occurs from early fall to early winter when the potassium level of tissue is approaching its lowest level.
  • Road schemes which had been judged essential were only at the early planning stages, with no identified routes.
  • The authors conclude that the outcome of childhood epilepsy is closely related to its early course.
  • There are also some saxon remains on the site; the relics of an early saxon church and a baptismal font.
  • It has an earlier season than marsh samphire, and is in season during spring, rather than summer.
  • We had a big debate in this country in the early 1980s about the chrysler corp. and giving federal bailouts for a billion dollars.
  • With early dreams of pop stardom lily was signed to warner bros in 2002 thanks, in no small part, to her father.
  • Perennial sow-thistle is susceptible to repeated tillage in the early part of the growing season.
  • I strongly oppose these proposed timetable alterations for the following reasons; we have alreday lost the 06.09 service earlier this year.
  • Dugout canoes made from tree trunks were probably the earliest boats that were built along the banks of the thames.
  • Single color lithographs make their appearance which include the early use of photographs in their designs.
  • The great majority of tumors are potentially curable in their early stages.
  • Two samples of seminal fluid should be produced no earlier than 10 or 12 weeks following vasectomy.
  • An early outstanding feature of the hospital was the nursing care provided by the protestant deaconesses from the kaiserswerth institute near wessendorf.
  • The church is famous for its wonderful early tudor collection of just over fifty early 16th century carved oak bench ends.
  • Chas started buying real estate in his early teens and seemed to have an almost preternatural understanding of international finance.
  • This can become inaccurate in the earlier censuses due to illiteracy.
  • From a very early stage in the design process a range of hues was agreed, all reflecting the cold stark almost polar environment.
  • I am trying to grow chrysanthemums this next year for showing, can anyone help with stools or cuttings early next year.
  • On the brilliant june evenings which seemed so frequent in these early years the whole atmosphere had an almost elegiac quality.
  • In 1987, wrote his international bestseller The Fatal Shore, examining the harsh life of convicts during early European settlement of Australia.
  • Said to be the spirit of the daughter of an early norman lord, who raped her and then strangled her to death.
  • Some angels invest in only one early round of funding, strategizing that the early rounds provide the highest returns. Investing in later rounds only reduces the total return from any single portfolio company.
  • Also, any number of these errors were repeated without question from the earlier quartos.
  • Canopycanopied niches either side of the east window are stonework from an earlier church.
  • In a series of early self-portraits, courbet explored a whole repertoire of artistic identities.
  • For example, the early stages of cement hydration and the surface mineralogy of reservoir rocks are currently under investigation.
  • At the time of the early prophets, since mans classes were very distant from one another, and their characters both somewhat coarse, and violent, and their minds, primitive and close to nomadism, the Laws at that time came all in different forms in ways appropriate to their conditions.
  • Root greenwood cuttings in late spring or early summer, or semi-ripe cuttings in late summer.
  • In early spring they turn yellow as the native perennial wallflowers come into bloom.
  • A broken window had been boarded up earlier in the week following a break-in.
  • The research is at an early stage, so it cannot guarantee that eating more spicy curries containing turmeric will prevent prostate cancer.
  • The mainstay of treatment for early stage cancer is surgical removal of the tumor.
  • Sometimes a useful bootstrapping tactic is to offer non-cash incentives to employees and suppliers. Options (or warrants) to purchase stock in the company can be offered to employees, vendors (including landlords), customers and partners. Additionally, permanent or temporary exclusive relationships instead of full cash payments might be of interest to vendors or motivate customers and partners to become early adopters of your products.
  • In so doing, he founded the earliest european settlement in the interior of what is now the united states.
  • Whiting, dabs, dogfish, plus the odd monkfish make up the early season catches.
  • The development of upright walking in early hominids is still an area of some debate.
  • Corfe earliest improvement was the windlass, a hand-wound rope to haul up baskets, called corves, of coal.
  • Mom brought me a uriah heep album she acquired from somewhere called firefly but it is not as good as their earlier stuff.
  • This double bladed penknife was made by e.a. cantrell & sons of sheffield during the late 19th or early 20th century.
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