Modern Folkestone is already, by effluxion of time, becoming sharply divided into modern and more modern.
Very little history, too, relating to this interesting period has survived the effluxion of time.
To reproduce the names of his horses now would not be worth while, as from the effluxion of time the interest in them has ceased.
So we must call this constant and intended act of Nature, a slip or effluxion .
The council is elected for three years and is not subject to dissolution save by effluxion of time.
Longer experience shows this to be a difficult subject, which increases in difficulty with the effluxion of time.