Then he introduced me to Mr. Martinez as the grateful result of a well-lined stomach applied at the proper time.
Yet books are valuable at the proper time and in the proper place.
But they did not ask, knowing that, whatever it was, it would be better to wait and find out at the proper time.
If one of the players forgets to say "Buzz" at the proper time, he is out.
He went to the vault and opened it at the proper time and examined its contents casually.
I told him this was not the proper time, but he was so insistent that I promised to bring you his card.
The fat would be in the fire months, perhaps, before the proper time.
We will reserve this awful record for its proper time and place.
You promise, however, when the proper time comes, to make me acquainted with it?
He forced himself to dress for dinner and to go down at the proper time.