One well-spent hour, In such a tender circumstance for friends, Is better than an age of common time!
A month of tears Is more than many, many years Of common time.
In the second Sonata, the final Presto in common time is built on the subject of the Andante in 3-4, slightly modified.
The first movement is in common time, but the composer gave it no heading.
From common time, they have passed to quick time—now they march at the double-quick.
Hours now were worth months of common time, and on the following morning Cranor's column began to move.
Therefore various lives cannot be dated in a common time, but have no temporal relations to one another.
The mere fact that, save two numbers, it is all written in common time counts for absolutely nothing against its endless variety.
Planting is done any time from November to April, but the middle of February is perhaps the most common time.
The courtesy was accorded, but their toilets were not made in either slow or common time.