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1854, Elias Darnell, Journal of the Campaign, page 74.
Allen said, "If we were of an age, and on an equal footing, you would not give me the lie so often."
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2001, Jacqueline Carey, Kushiel's Dart, ISBN 0312872380, page 73.
When she turned to kiss Alcuin, they were of a height.
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(idiomatic, dialectal) Indicates a more or less habitual activity during the given part of the day.
Of an evening, I like to play chess. i.e., On some evenings, I like to play chess.
Of a morning, they would work in their garden. i.e., They generally worked in their garden in the morning.
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