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some little

Definition of some little in English:

A considerable amount of: she lingered for some little time
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  • There were many eights of them, gathered together some little distance from Kopporu.
  • My consequent lack of concern was therefore, a source of some little friction between self and fire-breather.
  • For some little time now, the newspapers… have been handing it to the hockey player.
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