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earliest known

This is the earliest known woolly rhino in Europe.

That arms's earliest known member was Csák Lukács.

The earliest known copy of the text is in Arabic.

earliest surviving

It is the earliest surviving brick residence in Erie.

Salieri's earliest surviving work is a Mass in C major.

The Sumerians produced the earliest surviving written codes.

earliest days

Bates had a rhyming talent from her earliest days.

A program for Junior Knights existed from the Order's earliest days.

Abbreviations in English were frequently used from its earliest days.

earliest recorded

Vinall is the earliest recorded cricketing fatality.

The earliest recorded pregnancy was at 38 days.

The earliest recorded use of this name dates back to 1850.

among the earliest

They are among the earliest settlers of Barbour.

They were among the earliest Catholics to locate here.

They were among the earliest settlers of Lawrence County.

earliest examples

The earliest examples of pewter come from ancient Egypt, around 1450 BC.

It provides one of the earliest examples of Persian anthropomorphic calligraphy.

The Shwezigon Pagoda and the Shwesandaw Pagoda are the earliest examples of this type.

earliest evidence   (最古の証拠)

The earliest evidence of civilisation thus far dates to 11,000 BCE.

It represents some of the earliest evidence of an artificial water supply in Gibraltar.

The earliest evidence for acupuncture in this sense dates to the second or first century BCE.

earliest years

His earliest years coincided with the Russian Civil War.

He was an outcast from his earliest years, dismissed as an unwanted child.

In the earliest years, children are "completely dependent on the care of others."

earliest extant

The earliest extant Priapic poem in Latin (no.

The earliest extant documentary record of the place dates to 997.

The earliest extant account was written by a Spanish Dominican in 1674.

earliest record   (最古の記録)

The earliest record of the Old Town Hall was in 1575.

The earliest record of myth of Adapa is from the 14th century.

The earliest record of the Old Tub custom comes from circa 1845.

earliest reference

This is the earliest reference to the impostor's end.

This is the earliest reference to cricket in Derbyshire.

The earliest reference to the name appears as "Gallistoun".

earliest mention

The earliest mention of Moys dates back to 1309.

The earliest mention of "Tapas" is in the Vedic texts.

Its earliest mention is from 1431 in an Ottoman tax register.

earliest settlers

They are among the earliest settlers of Barbour.

They were among the earliest settlers of Lawrence County.

The earliest settlers came from the British Isles, Eastern Canada, and the US.

earliest works

This work was one of the earliest works on Egyptology.

Among his earliest works were: He continued produce plays until 1828.

Among the earliest works by the group was a suite of six songs of "Negro" music.

earliest and most   (最も早く、最も)

One of the earliest and most widely known systems of cataloguing books is the Dewey Decimal System.

James L. Reid was one of the earliest and most successful developing Reid's Yellow Dent in the 1860s.

Richard Wagner became one of the earliest and most famous adherents of the Schopenhauerian philosophy.

earliest written

The earliest written reference dates back to 1474.

This is one of the earliest written evidences for Baku.

The earliest written form of "teng" is a (ca.

earliest work   (最古の仕事)

It is considered to be his best film since his earliest work.

Skepticism about Loomis' ideas date back to his earliest work.

Nassar's earliest work involved copying embroidery patterns from books.

earliest times

The family was already noble from earliest times ("Uradel").

"Ollae" were used for funerary purposes from earliest times.

earliest example

In the case of "interpreting allegorically," Theagenes appears to be our earliest example.

A version acquired by the National Gallery, London in 1963 is perhaps the earliest example.

This was likely the earliest example of an online, multi-player, interterminal computer game.

earliest form

This earliest form of modern boxing was very different.

This ensemble in its earliest form steadily grew over the years.

The earliest form of Khmer traditional wrestling was called Maloyuth.

earliest records

ð was not found in the earliest records of Old English.

The earliest records of the church are from the 11th century.

There can be found the earliest records engraved on a rock in Vocanh.

earliest documented

The earliest documented quartets all began in barber shops.

The earliest documented hostile exploitation of a buffer overflow was in 1988.

His earliest documented work is the courthouse of Sussex County, Virginia, dated to 1825.

earliest stages

Within it are stars at the earliest stages of their lifespan.

The earliest stages within the renal organ are 10 µm in diameter.

The earliest stages may appear in the kidney any time between March and June.

earliest possible

The earliest possible date is May 29, as in 1818 and 2285.

The earliest possible date for the first performance is 12 May 1726.

He also asked to be re-booked for the earliest possible flight out of Mactan.

earliest version

Older scholarship proposed a Gothic song as the earliest version.

The earliest version was that exhibited in 1784 and bought by the Tate Gallery in 1871.

The earliest version was known as Revision 0, and the first 6,000 units shipped used it.

very earliest

Steamships played an important part in the history of CP from the very earliest days.

It is very earliest site of Indus Valley Civilization dates back to 4000 to 6000 years.

All but the very earliest non-II model 1541s can use either the Alps or Newtronics mechanism.

earliest forms

One of the earliest forms of defense against assassins was employing bodyguards.

This is one of the earliest forms of ASCII art, dating back to the early days of the 1960s minicomputers and teletypes.

The earliest forms of drum and bass clocked in at around 130 bpm in 1990/1991, speeding up to around 155–165 BPM by 1993.

earliest use

The earliest use of pottery appears around 2,000 to 3,000 BCE.

The earliest use documented by the Oxford English Dictionary was in 1650.

The earliest use of the name "Camel Case" occurs in 1995, in a post by Newton Love.

earliest references

It is one of the earliest references to a soul as a separate entity from the body.

The earliest references to a gunpowder engine appear to be those of Samuel Morland in 1661.

The earliest references to Anah are probably found in letters of the period of Zimri-Lim of Mari.

earliest period   (最も早い時期)

The tradition of Tamil music goes back to the earliest period of Tamil history.

Its subject matter clearly indicates that it belongs to the earliest period at Makkah.

Its subject matter bears full evidence that it was revealed in the earliest period at Makkah.

earliest published

As such, the book offered one of the earliest published versions of the stab-in-the-back legend.

The earliest published reports dated 1993 were performed by Network Wizards owner Mark K. Lottor.

His earliest published poem was in Thomas Bedingfield's translation of Cardano's "Comforte" (1573).

earliest members

In 1961, Abella became one of the earliest members of the Nova Cançó group Els Setze Jutges.

Ceratopsia appears to have originated in Asia, as all of the earliest members are found there.

He and his wife Ann were among the earliest members of the Boston church, having joined in the autumn of 1630.

earliest inhabitants

The earliest inhabitants of the area were Pygmy peoples.

The ancient history of the area includes some of North America's earliest inhabitants.

History of Cameroon The earliest inhabitants of Cameroon were probably the Baka (Pygmies).

earliest recordings

Capri released some of Steve Tyrell's earliest recordings.

Some of these compilations featured the earliest recordings by No Doubt.

One of his earliest recordings was on Mark O'Connor's 1988 album "Elysian Forest".

earliest part

The earliest part is the 13th-century choir.

Space launch Space launch is the earliest part of a flight that reaches space.

The chancel is the earliest part of the present building, and was built in the 13th century.

earliest date

"Listed by earliest date of production or performance."

The earliest date from the Lower Jurassic and Cretaceous.

Fermi became an American citizen in July 1944, the earliest date the law allowed.